The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 3

2011-09-30 / Communication / Comments Off on The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 3Comments

That wouldn’t surprise me — I tend to see a lot of Web sites., and I’ve come to the conclusion that the vast majority of organizations in Canada have not taken the time at a senior level to clearly identify or articulate the business strategy or objectives for use of the Internet, nor have they fully articulated the purpose and content of such a World Wide Web site.

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The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 2

2011-09-30 / Communication / Comments Off on The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 2Comments

There’s something wrong here. We seem to have forgotten about reality – I simply don’t think that there are so many millions of people in Western culture who are so starved for a life that they are willing to throw down everything to rush out to explore the latest greatest cybermall. I simply don’t think that on-line sales are going to explode like anyone suggests. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 1

2011-09-30 / Communication / Comments Off on The Myth of Online Shopping. Part 1Comments

When preparing this column, I thought to myself, “I really should write an article that is more positive in outlook.”

After all, if you have a look at what I’ve written here in the last year, you might have noticed that I seem to spend a lot of time complaining about the approaches that companies take with respect to the Internet. Read the rest of this entry »

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Will my Muscles Turn to Flab

2011-09-23 / Health / Comments Off on Will my Muscles Turn to FlabComments

Dear Expert:

If I build up my muscles through weight training and then stop working out, won’t all those muscles turn to flab? Read the rest of this entry »

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ACL Diary. Part 3

2011-09-16 / Swimming / Comments Off on ACL Diary. Part 3Comments

A long two days later, it is now Friday evening. I am moving around but my step more resembles Quasimoto than Fred Astaire. I am to keep my leg up as much as possible to help reduce the swelling and when it is up, there is now little pain. Read the rest of this entry »

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Identifying Markers for Lung Cancer and Genes for Therapy

2011-09-12 / Cancer / Comments Off on Identifying Markers for Lung Cancer and Genes for TherapyComments

Medical Researchers are working to identify markers that predict cancer risk, target cancer-causing genes for therapy and develop inhaled treatment to prevent cancer.

Lung Cancer is the second most common cancer among both women and men. Read the rest of this entry »

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ACL Diary. Part 2

2011-09-09 / Sports Injury / Comments Off on ACL Diary. Part 2Comments

I first felt it in my toes, ever so faintly and ever so shortly before the rest of my extremities joined in. I did not just fall asleep per se but blurred out. I imagined the outer boundaries of myself disappearing. There was a soundless hum as my atoms dissipated out into the room. Then my torso melted, and finally, slowly from the outer edges in, my eyes. Read the rest of this entry »

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ACL Diary. Part 1

2011-09-01 / Sports Injury / Comments Off on ACL Diary. Part 1Comments

For orthopedic surgeons, the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction has become a routine procedure. However, for the victims… er… patients, the experience is anything but routine. Read the rest of this entry »

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