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Seasons Eatings Contest: Your “Delish Dish” Could Win a Cooking Lesson with a MasterChef Finalist

It’s that time of year, again: delicious meals, scrumptious recipes, office potlucks and sweet treats. This year, though, your “delish dish” could win you a cooking lesson with a MasterChef finalist. MasterChef Ireland finalist Terry Lyons will give five lucky winners a gourmet cooking lesson in January, where they will be inspired by Terry’s unique fusion of global flavors and …

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Study reveals that entrepreneurs think differently


Entrepreneurs are often out-of-the-box thinkers but a new study reveals that they use both sides of their brain in the decision-making process. When you look at an entrepreneur like Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, it would be safe to assume that he thinks differently. It would also be safe to assume that most entrepreneurs, especially the successful ones, also think differently. …

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Answering Your Top 5 Questions About the Facebook IPO and Facebook IPO Price

If you’re anything like me (read: not a Wall Street junkie), you’re scratching your head wondering why the Facebook IPO (NYSE: FB) and Facebook IPO price  are such a big deal. If anything, some of us are moderately concerned that Facebook’s big push into the public spotlight might negatively impact our own little profile pages in the world’s favorite social media …

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The Serious Side of Social Media

Social media has a big impact on (most) of our everyday lives. According to Facebook, they currently have 800 million users worldwide, with about 400 million of those users logging on every day. Though its numbers are significantly smaller, Twitter, with about 56 million active users, is also a force to be reckoned with. For the most part, social media …

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You Can’t Do That on Television! Or Can You?

I’m sure you can relate to an early point in a newfound relationship where you were both still in that phase where you’re not quite sure things will work out. You may ask feeler questions, such as, “What’s your favorite color,” or if they’re OK with watching “rom-coms.” In the past, I’ve asked, “Where do you get your news,” and …

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Facebook unveils energy efficiency secrets

Facebook’s ‘Open Compute’ project promises one-third less energy consumption and a new open standard to help IT companies go green. Facebook it seems has turned ‘quantum leaping’ into a way of life. Having changed the web forever with its open API (which made possible that now ubiquitous little blue “Like” button), the social networking behemoth wants to do the same …

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