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JERUSALEM - Israeli forces killed a leader of Islamic Jihad's military wing and two of his sons early Friday with an airstrike on their home in the southern Gaza Strip, as the Palestinian death toll topped 800 in the battle's 18th day. A 36-year-old reservist also fell in combat in Gaza's north, the military said, bringing the number of Israeli soldiers killed over the past week to 33. A statement from Islamic Jihad, which has been fighting Israel alongside the Islamist Hamas movement, said that Salah Abu Hassanein, 45 - a spokesman for its militia, Al-Quds Brigades - and his sons, aged 15 and 12, were killed in the entrance to their home in the southern city of Rafah.   more...
 
 
... via john@johnlandry.com on 2014-07-25 08:51:30 in Journals / Advertising
Here on Copyblogger, you've seen us talk many times about how to tell a terrific marketing story. Why? Because stories are fundamental to how we communicate as human beings. Tell the right story and you can capture attention, entertain, enlighten, and persuade ... all in the course of just a few minutes. Stories are memorable and shareable - and those are two of the most important aspects of the very best content. So we can all agree that stories matter ... but how do you tell them? What, specifically, makes for a good marketing story?   more...
 
 
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There has been much discussion in the past few years of the changing structure of the venture capital industry. On the surface the narratives have been The rise of "micro VCs" or seed-stage funds The rise of alternative sources of capital (crowd funding and the like) The poor performance of the asset class (this analysis has largely been wrong as I pointed out here -> most analyses were clumsy rear-view mirror looks at the data) We are in a bubble (with so many private $1bn+ valuations) 15 years ago we were at the peak of Internet hype with the launch of many over-capitalized businesses with a market size & opportunity was limited.   more...
 
 
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Featuring UPF 50 to block out 98% of harmful UVA and UVB rays and carrying the Skin Cancer Foundation's seal of recommendation, the Bora Bora Booney is definitely more than your average fishing hat. An Omni-Wick™ sweatband combines with a mesh vent panel (which is non UPF) to keep you cool and the sweat from dripping in your eyes. Quick-dry properties mean that even if this hat takes a dunk with you, it'll be dry in no time. An adjustable toggle customizes the hat's fit to your head. An adjustable chinstrap adds further security.   more...
 
 
 
... via john@johnlandry.com on 2014-07-25 08:00:31 in Journals / Investments
Axiom analyst Gordon Johnson was out today with some bearish comments on Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF), reiterating his [...]   more...
 
 
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Amazon.com: Ray-Ban Men's Clubmaster Square Sunglasses,Sand Havana & Gold,49 mm: Ray Ban: Clothing   more...
 
 
 
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WASHINGTON - President Obama will urge the presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to do everything they can to stem the flow of migrant children toward the United States when he meets with them on Friday at the White House, officials said. The president called the meeting with Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras, Otto Pérez Molina of Guatemala and Salvador Sánchez Cerén of El Salvador to emphasize the importance of striking at the root causes of what he has called a humanitarian crisis on the border between Mexico and the United States.   more...
 
 
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Berns kicks off this thought-provoking exploration with a simple question, "What do humans want?" He challenges the belief that we are driven primarily to pursue pleasure and avoid pain. Rather, Berns finds that "satisfaction comes less from the attainment of a goal and more in what you must do to get there." With a series of experiments using cutting-edge MRI scanning technology, he sees that the interaction of dopamine, the hormone secreted in the brain in anticipation of pleasure, and cortisol, the chemical released when we are under stress, produces the feelings people associate with satisfaction.   more...
 
 
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Good morning on this cool, clear Friday. It's perfect weather to play hooky. And in about an hour, you could be lying on the sand, without ever going underground. The little-known Rockaway Ferry, which began running on weekdays after Hurricane Sandy, can pick you up from 34th Street, Wall Street and the Brooklyn Army Terminal. Little known - outside the Rockaways. There, passengers know the schedule by heart. Bartenders on board know their regulars by name. "Jack orders three Heinekens every trip, Cathy gets Coors, and Rich usually gets a Miller Lite," said Alex Cameron, 21, who also collects tickets.   more...
 
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