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    Greats Reads – July 15, 2009


    Here’s an Idea – Bring Back the Suggestion Box
    The New York Times
    For all those small-business owners looking for additional sources of profitable revenue — and who isn’t? — one option may be to go back to something old-fashioned: the suggestion box.

    Hi-tech doing well despite the crisis
    Australian IT
    AMID the continued gloom on the financial markets, soon-to-be-released figures from the ACS trade update show continued strong trade in technology products and services.

    Twitter is for old people, work experience whiz-kid tells bankers
    The Times (UK)
    A 15-year-old prodigy on work experience at Morgan Stanley has set the business and media worlds a flutter after penning a report, “How Teenagers Consume Media”.

    The Time Has Come To Regulate Search Engine Marketing And SEO
    An interesting guest post on the need for greater transparency and regulation of search engine marketing and optimisation.

    AI-powered customer support robots bring human touch to virtual world – AI, MyCyberTwin, NAB, NASA – CIO
    You may have heard Liesl Capper share her views on innovation at the Anthill SMART100. Now her company, MyCyberTwin, is providing virtual humans to NASA.

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