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Business models and the test of time: Ashley Balls identifies four at-risk industries where the business model and a failure to innovate may suggest a rather uncertain future. Balls, Ashley Oct 1, 2016 847
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Nawaz, Tasleem Jul 31, 2016 592
Health sciences librarians off the radar. Espe, Sue Jul 1, 2016 1754
The case for patients staying connected with technology. Enos, Gary A. Editorial Jun 22, 2016 440
Women the biggest losers from automation: a report commissioned for the World Economic Forum in Davos predicts 7 million jobs could be lost in the next five years in the world's biggest economies with technological advances in robotics, 3-D printing and artificial intelligence. Brief article Mar 1, 2016 240
The great journalism innovation problem: it's time for the industry to focus on long term solutions. Mann, Neal Reprint Feb 1, 2016 1442
Where are we going ... and why? Watkins, Ryan Column Dec 1, 2015 1222
Maestros en Masse: fresh and established artists pack lively race. Chagollan, Steve Brief article Oct 27, 2015 272
Maximizing tech ROI: four tech questions every organization should address. Stephens, Thomas G., Jr. Oct 1, 2015 1143
The evolving corporation: from Model-T to UBER: lessons for managing in changing times. Jumabhoy, Anwar; Vadrevu, Srikrishna Sep 22, 2015 2590
Infomania and its side-effects. Sager, Gene Sep 1, 2015 1173
Best of breed PFP technology: efficiently delivering services to clients. Fox, Deborah Sep 1, 2015 1086
Sweat what counts, even if it is 'small stuff'. Logsdon, Randy K. Column Aug 1, 2015 622
If it ain't broke, break it (before someone else does!). Hardy, Darren Column Aug 1, 2015 462
Tech impact: beware the dark side of technology. Gray, Bruce A. Aug 1, 2015 892
What is the Henkel restriction? Abadin, Ramon A. President's page Jul 1, 2015 842
Is technology reducing the need for CPAs? Nixon, Rob May 1, 2015 482
The new normal. Barry, Joanne S. Mar 1, 2015 392
A search for "what matters": "does it really matter if we are able to probe distant far off galaxies, yet are unable to curb the blind, mindless hatred and disregard for human life, or for those with disabilities and special health care needs right here on our planet?". Valenzano, Joseph M., Jr. Jan 1, 2015 1217
Body doubles: Chamayou, Gregoire. Chamayou, Gregoire; Stevens, Molly Dec 1, 2014 1545
'Robo advisors' and your financial security. Sedoric, Tom Sep 19, 2014 572
Prospects and problems associated with technological change in appellate courts: envisioning the appeal of the future. Magnuson, Eric J.; Thumma, Samuel A. Mar 22, 2014 11246
Beware, The Robots Are Coming. Rafferty, Kevin Jan 30, 2014 1441
Technology's evolution. Wilson, LeAnn Nov 1, 2013 423
Multi-billion dollar opportunities emerge as 'sci-fi' becomes reality. Seymour, Richard Nov 1, 2013 1071
Technology + teaching = engaged students who learn. Shirley, Lindsey Sep 1, 2013 1219
STEM signals: building students' secondary STEM skills through relevant and innovative technology. Sutton, Stephanie L. Sep 1, 2013 2069
Virtual parents raise virtual kids. Devine, Miranda Aug 1, 2013 789
Living better technology's solution. Quam, Gary Jul 1, 2013 1112
The human future: upgrade or replacement? Robinson, Frank S. Jul 1, 2013 1906
2011: Michael Sanchez on art and transmission. Sanchez, Michael Jun 22, 2013 3416
How innovation could save the planet: ideas may be our greatest natural resource, says a computer scientist and futurist. He argues that the world's most critical challenges--including population growth, peak oil, climate change, and limits to growth--could be met by encouraging innovation. Naam, Ramez Mar 1, 2013 5879
Embracing technology in education: considering options and outcomes. Vance, Carol A.; Carlson, Elizabeth; Lively, Heather M.; Mastracchio, Nicholas J., Jr. Jan 1, 2013 1228
Education in the age of the information superhighway: an investigation into initial teacher training in Canada. Illingworth, Martin Report Nov 1, 2012 6783
Advanced screening: technology that allows us to watch our favorite shows at the press of a button also invites us to join a worldwide viewing party. McCormick, Patrick Nov 1, 2012 957
McLuhan among moralists. Dooley, David J. Critical essay Oct 1, 2012 2542
Next-level spleen. Kelsey, John Sep 1, 2012 2397
From smart house to networked home: two foresight specialists describe how tomorrow's integrated, networked, and aware home systems may change your family life. Carbone, Chris; Nauth, Kristin Jul 1, 2012 2916
Reflections on the impact of "the digital revolution" on art and religion. Chodos, Rafael Essay Jun 1, 2012 3861
Stop programming Robots: how to prepare every student for success in any career. Chester, Eric May 1, 2012 1522
Who we are: today's students speak out. Blandford, Ayoka Discussion May 1, 2012 1843
Savio: Sirius aims for new markets for Two-for-one twisters. Feb 29, 2012 826
Reel life in digital world: as filmmakers embrace pixels over celluloid, some feature helmers maintain that film looks better and is no more expensive. Idelson, Karen Cover story Feb 6, 2012 771
Legal professionalism in the twenty-first century: government lawyers as accidental innovators. Murphy, Ronalda; Wilson, Malliha; Wong, Taia Jan 1, 2012 6887
Technologies of control and the future of the First Amendment. Yoo, Christopher S. Nov 1, 2011 11446
A growing time for little media. Funabiki, Jon Sep 22, 2011 1628
Reimagining government in the digital age. Nath, Jay Sep 22, 2011 2942
Amplifying social impact in a connected age: a survey of technology-related philanthropy for social benefit. Perlstein, Jeffrey Sep 22, 2011 2406
An abundance of images: is it leading to a 'trivialization of photography'? Vega, Pablo Corral Mar 22, 2011 959
JS spotlight: growing up digital. Brief article Feb 28, 2011 247
Studying the system: new tools and methods enable life science researchers to understand entire biological systems instead of individual parts. Salem, Gustavo Feb 1, 2011 1393
Effects of New Media Technologies on Political Communication. Riaz, Saqib Essay Dec 31, 2010 5465
The arts & humanities/science & technology: historical bedfellows. Giscombe, Peter A. Report Jun 22, 2010 7922
In the beginning was the word: the book, that fusty old technology, seems rigid and passe as we daily consume a diet of information bytes and digital images. The fault, dear reader, lies not in our books but in ourselves. Rosen, Christine Essay Sep 22, 2009 3302
The battle of the books: in the long history of the book, the mass-produced volumes of our time constitute only a single chapter. More remain to be written. Wright, Alex Essay Sep 22, 2009 2905
The impact of diversifying technologies in related areas on firm's profitability: the case of Canon's copying machines and printers. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 268
E-science and biomedical libraries. Rambo, Neil Editorial Jul 1, 2009 2069
Technology and uncertainty: the shaping effect on copyright law. Depoorter, Ben Jun 1, 2009 16771
Librarians become publishers. Balas, Janet L. Apr 1, 2009 568
Print Culture studies and technological determinism. Mader, Rodney Essay Mar 22, 2009 3864
IT: Intellectually Taxing? At least one professor worries about the intellectual impact of some student-directed uses of technology. Cooper, Kenneth J. Mar 19, 2009 1473
Are we there yet? Mark Eveleigh embarks on a spot of time travel and asks how technology will change the way we travel in the next decade. Just how will we see the world when we're equipped with '2020 vision'? Eveleigh, Mark Dec 1, 2008 1216
Power players brace for autumn's angst. Bart, Peter Sep 1, 2008 713
Learning in the Workplace for Garage Mechanics and Technicians. Jans, Ruben, Bollen, Ria, Report Jul 1, 2008 245
Serving Those Who Don't Read the Print Edition. Essay May 28, 2008 1829
Steam man and airships: technology of the future in the past. Sheffield, Caroline C.; Carano, Kenneth T.; Berson, Michael J. Essay Apr 1, 2008 4372
Introduction. MacLaren, Eli Mar 22, 2008 3104
Thoughts on the future of bibliographical analysis. Vander Meulen, David L. Mar 22, 2008 7209
The post-scientific society: although science and technology will continue to play a vital role in innovation, the critical ingredients for continued U.S. economic success are likely to come from other disciplines. Hill, Christopher T. Sep 22, 2007 4934
Dragons at Your Door: How Chinese Cost Innovation is Disrupting Global Competition. Smith, Roger Sep 1, 2007 701
The Myth of the Bioteeh Revolution: An Assessment of Technological, Clinical and Organisational Change. Brief article Sep 1, 2007 184
Small shop dynamics: time and technology. Baker, Jace; McInturff, Patrick Report Aug 1, 2007 5960
The rise in the highest incomes. Jun 1, 2007 386
Invasion of the iPod people: music and radio: 'it's the invasion of the pod people.' These words from American TV's NewsHour with Jim Lehrer provide just one example of the media excitement that accompanied the appearance of iPod around the globe. ...... Matthews, Kate Jun 1, 2007 3798
A message from a saint about cell phones and life. Sager, Gene May 1, 2007 1381
Science, Technology & Literacy. Kiyici, Fatime Balkan; Kiyici, Mubin Author abstract Apr 1, 2007 197
Fiddling with technology: the effect of media on Newfoundland traditional musicians (1). Osborne, Evelyn Mar 22, 2007 8165
Do we really have to work more creatively? Magee, Paul Mar 22, 2007 8768
Technology and franchise relations: help or hindrance? Communication has been and always will be the foundation to building strong, healthy franchise relationships, relationships that are essential to the success of franchising. Higginson, Don Jul 1, 2006 1772
American Competitiveness Initiative: Leading the World in Innovation. Report Feb 1, 2006 452
The environmental and public health impacts of U.S. patent law: making the case for incorporating a precautionary principle. Kolitch, Shawn Jan 1, 2006 17304
Disruptions of progress: there's no slowing the pace of technological change: engineering practice will have to adapt to keep up. Noor, Ahmed K. Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 2649
Old media reaches for tech tonic. Guider, Elizabeth Oct 10, 2005 349
How Can VET Systems Meet the Challenges of Innovation and New Skill Requirements? An Exploration of State and Territory Initiatives in Australia. Working Paper No. 59. Ferrier, Fran Report Apr 1, 2005 301
Executive roundtable. Panel Discussion Mar 1, 2005 1586
The future of telephony: using computers to ring up your friends. Moody, John Feb 1, 2005 572
The acquisition road: technological changes and new laws and regulations make the acquisition road challenging to travel. Rumbaugh, Marge Feb 1, 2005 2193
Problems of cutting tool design for wooden shaped surfaces. Chladil, J. Jan 1, 2005 1640
The business cycle and earnings and income inequality. Dec 1, 2004 478
High stakes in high technology: high-tech market values as options. Darby, Michael R.; Liu, Qiao; Zucker, Lynne G. Jul 1, 2004 12985
Technological changes contribute to rise in obesity. Variyam, Jayachandran N. Jul 1, 2004 503
Breathing new life into old systems with XBRL-GL. Haseqawa, Morikuni; Sakata, Taiki; Sambuichi, Nobuyuki; Hannon, Neal Mar 1, 2004 2538
The new automotive service technician--this is not your father's mechanic: forget the old "grease monkey" stereotype. It was an unfair and insulting name in the past and is even more of a misnomer for today's automotive professionals. These technicians now work on complex machines that are filled with computers and high-tech equipment--the automobiles of the 21st century. (Automative Service). Reese, Susan Nov 1, 2002 997
"Accountechies?". Milne, Joan L. Brief Article Sep 22, 2000 322
The Appraisal Profession at the Cross Roads. MacCrate, James R.; Peterson, David L. Jul 1, 2000 3824
A Business Transformed by Technology. MURIN, JOSEPH J. Oct 1, 1999 3147
The customer centered enterprise. Donlon, J.P. Panel Discussion Jan 1, 1999 5963
Is everyone a journalist? Sonenshine, Tara Oct 1, 1997 1023
The impact of inventions. Sep 1, 1997 262
The promise of the microchip. Mar 1, 1995 448
The technological revolution in retailing - from mall to cyberspace. Gruen, Nina J. Nov 1, 1994 2437
Media and culture. Marlow, Eugene Sep 22, 1993 4056
Links to the world. Industry Overview May 1, 1993 787
Business 2001. Young, John A. Nov 1, 1992 1252
Computers get their revenge. Rosen, Sheri Column Aug 1, 1992 706
Zowie! One of the great influences on my early life as a human being was Mad magazine. Geddie, Tom Oct 1, 1991 857
Technology. Hershkowitz, Brian Aug 1, 1991 816
Technology, governance, and the year 2000. Mahoney, Ann I. May 1, 1991 2736
Land agglomeration under changing technology: some inferences from Pakistan. Chaudhry, M. Ghaffar Jun 22, 1990 5170
Futures-creative leadership: the futures-creative leader not only imagines the preferred future but works to create it. Nanus, Burt May 1, 1990 3240

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