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Vote: Is Amazon Doing Enough? – Last year, amid a troubled economy, United Way of King County said it received record donations from some of the area’s largest companies. Microsoft made a corporate donation of $4 million. Boeing gave $3.1 million. Nordstrom, nearly $320,000. And Amazon.com? Zero.
Gladstone City Council seeks new member – Applicants must deliver paperwork to City Hall by Tuesday, April 3, to be considered for appointment to a vacant seat on Gladstone City Council.
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The Empowered Employee is Coming; Is The World Ready? – Forbes – But as the special issue illustrated, the new face of America was largely a composite view, so the face on the cover had to be a composite, too. It was Time’s first cover to use a computer-generated image of a human being.
Employees, Measure Yourselves – Encouraging workers to keep track of what they’re doing can make them healthier and more productive. New tools are making it easier for them to do that.
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Olympia to expand media presence socially – Olympia is ramping up its use of social media this year, including Facebook and Twitter. But the city is taking a slow, cautious approach over concerns about maintaining public records as required under state law, city spokeswoman Cathie Butler said. That’s a common concern for other South Sound governments considering using social media.
A plea for beauty: a manifesto for a new urbanism – Our culture is a culture of cities, and without cities we could not conceivably have enjoyed the enormous scientific, economic, and political advances of the Enlightenment.
Reading List: 10 Insightful Books for Career Changers – With the economy improving, you might be considering a career change. Maybe you’d like to quit your present profession and do something completely different, even start a business. You could be primed for a change but unsure what change to make.
Five hot collaboration trends – Here are five important trends in collaboration solutions. Think carefully about how the solution you are using (or considering) reflects this rapidly changing dynamic.
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