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Square Yards: How it is changing the landscape and journey within
Being able to change has played a critical role in Square Yards rise to the top. As with like any other start up, the journey has been riddled with ... It is that constant evolution, learning, changin... read more
On the Origin of Science Writers
Every now and then, I get an email from someone who’s keen to get into science writing and wants to know how I started. Whenever I reply, and I always try to, I’m always left with the nagging feeling ... read more
What's the Future of the American Dream?
We're asking our guests and our viewers what is their vision for the future of the American Dream — and how we can achieve those visions. View a sample below and then tell us your vision for the futur... read more
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This Royal Commission witch hunt was unwise
Let's be clear about this: former prime minister Julia Gillard's appearance at the Trade Union Royal Commission today is a witch hunt ... To give an indication of the LNP's motives for chasing Gillard ... read more
Heads And Tales: A short story about Boardroom Decision Making during the Global crisis
Senior managers and senior management teams are often idealized in the business world. They are almost unblemished icons in the views of organizations and societies at large, probably influenced by th... read more
Stories for July 2012
posted: 07/31/2012 5:24 a.m. Stephanie Orman, City Council candidate, believes Bentonville can be ranked one of the top livable cities in the nation within 10 years and will ... on Aug. 2 to account f... read more
“There’s certainly no point in taking us to a country that’s liable to be occupied by the enemy within the next couple of days ... It was about five yards square. The good clean water flower non-stop ... read more
Within ten minutes the field was clear ... The edge of the plain flashed with the brightness of light on water, light across a distant sea. There was no water in those deserts. What was he seeing, the... read more
In memory of: People we lost in 2015
"Doug wasn't scared of labels. He gave his religion as Bush Baptist." When Doug retired from the Friends of the Box-Ironbark Forest committee, he was rightly described by Marie Jones as an "Elder of t... read more
Stories for August 2016
posted: 08/31/2016 5:45 a.m. Austin Allen is secure knowing that in his first start as Arkansas' quarterback, Dan Skipper will protect his blind side. posted: 08/31/2016 5:45 a.m. Rock Region Metro st... read more
What's Your Favorite Poem?
Bill Moyers concluded the JOURNAL this week by mentioning his favorite poem, "Yes To Blue" by Jim Haba long-time director of the Dodge Poetry Festival. It's reproduced below: read more