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Bridges are Safe But Need Work: Report

According to a new report, America's 600,000 bridges are safe, yet one out of every four U.S. bridges needs to be modernized or repaired despite the best efforts of state
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Fun Link Friday: Martha Stewart Visits 3M

Domestic Diva Martha Stewart recently paid a visit to the 3M headquarters in St. Paul, MN. She met with CEO George Buckley, among others, at the Innovation Center, and learned
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American Workers Laboring Longer

A study by the International Labour Organization estimates that one in five workers around the world -- over 600 million people -- are still working more than 48 hours a
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RSS, Explained

Anyone who spends any time on the Internet knows that there is loads of information scattered throughout the web – on websites, blogs and other destinations. While surfing the web
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More Bad News for Flyers

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Modern Censorship? 5 Words the NY Times Banned

Gawker has reported that the New York Times has five (non-dirty) words that it will not print.   While most major publications have some sort of self-censorship editorial policies that
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Friday's Find: "Chemical Reporter" Podcasts

BASF offers on its website a weekly podcast, “The Chemical Reporter.” Each episode answers listeners’ questions on chemistry in our everyday life.   This week, the reporter explains why sugar
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The World is Getting Smaller

The world is getting smaller. The population sure isn’t decreasing – just get on an airplane nowadays and see how many people they can pack on board – but the
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The Four-Day Work Week

They’re doing it in Utah. County governments in Marion County, FL, make it mandatory, and Oakland County, MI, is seeking volunteers.   What is it? The four-day work week. Some
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Town Rebuilds, Goes Green (7/15/08)

Have you caught the Greensburg show on the new Planet Green channel? It’s a fascinating documentary on the town of Greensburg, KS, which was virtually wiped out by a tornado and has made the decision to rebuild the town as a "green" town, taking advantage of their opportunity to rebuild from the ground up.
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Dwight Tozer, vice president of ExxonMobil’s Adhesion Industry business, discusses the company’s latest tackifier expansion project with Editor-in-Chief Susan Sutton.

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