Globalization is changing how we work, and knowledge workers in particular need to be prepared. People in post-industrial economies and economies lacking in raw materials owe their prosperity to their high education standards, which are necessary for developing and producing complex products. This is exactly where Internet-based communication technologies can offer new and efficient ways to collaborate. Noticeable trends are the acceleration of work processes, globally dispersed teams and increased outsourcing of knowledge-intensive work.
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The return of the Nike Air Presto — the sneaker designed by Tobie Hatfield, which is sized like T-shirts — has not been completely blown out yet. Instead, Nike has decided to release a few important colorways, including the O.G. “Unholy Cumulus,” or what some are referring to as the “Oriental Poppy.”
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Public health agencies and drug treatment centers nationwide are scrambling to battle an explosive increase in cases of hepatitis C, a scourge they believe stems at least in part from a surge in intravenous heroin use.
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The watermelon, according to Australian chemist James Kennedy, may just possibly be the most unnatural fruit in the world. What Kennedy means is that the watermelon, in the hands of humans, has been changed so significantly that it’s now nothing like the original fruit.
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Some men who use excessive amounts of workout supplements such as protein powders and bars may have eating disorders, new research suggests.
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A Los Angeles County child is recovering from the plague, and public health agencies are searching the wilderness for the source of the infection.
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