Some stuff I'm reading this week...

opencities.ca

opencities.ca

Open Cities Toronto 2007 is a weekend-long web of conversation and celebration that asks: how do we collaboratively add more open to the urban landscape we share? What happens when people working on open source, public space, open content, mash up art, and open business work together? How do we make Toronto a magnet for people playing with the open meme?

The Price of a Four-Star Rating - WSJ.com

The Price of a Four-Star Rating - WSJ.com

As online food sites become increasingly influential in the restaurant business, chefs and owners are plying bloggers with free meals to get good write-ups. Some are also posting favorable reviews about themselves on popular Web sites or becoming Internet scribes.

Right Brain v Left Brain | Herald Sun

Right Brain v Left Brain | Herald Sun

THE Right Brain vs Left Brain test ... do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise? If clockwise, then you use more of the right side of the brain and vice versa.

Most of us would see the dancer turning anti-clockwise though you can try to focus and change the direction; see if you can do it.

Forrester Research - FirstLook Archive

Forrester Research - FirstLook Archive

Exactly 50% of US consumers state that price is more important than brand, a number that has consistently increased one percentage point per year both in Europe and the US. But it's only one point, so who cares? Big brands like Coca-Cola care, because it means that revenues will decline 10% every five years.

NoodleScar Daily

NoodleScar Daily

In the end you just have to LOL....LOOOOOOOL...LOL it all out! This is awesome. Thanks Ryanne!

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