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Publication Date: 05/1/2012
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Calling Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Today's level of personal connectivity never ceases to amaze me, mainly because I watched it all grow from such crude beginnings. Growing up in a small town in Upstate New York, we had a single, desk-type telephone with no rotary dial or pushbuttons. In fact, the Touch-Tone phone was still decades away from being developed. Like Henry Ford's Model T, you could have the phone in any color you wanted, as long as it was black. ...
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Needed: A Concerted Effort

Greece. One small country, yet its economy is dragging down at least two other shaky members of the European Union, and the whole of the Euro Zone is now worried and endangered, and there is the ever-looming potential for an economic domino effect.
Getting the world's staggering economy righted and healthy again is going to take a concerted effort from all of us, but there are a few movers and shakers who can make a big difference...
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