We may be living in a digital world where you can hold thousands of albums in the palm of your hand, but an ever-increasing portion of the listening public is eschewing the convenience of MP3s for a seemingly anachronistic format:…
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Richard Florida, urban studies theorist and author of best-selling The Rise of the Creative Class, was giving a commencement speech in 2014 at his alma mater, Rutgers, for the Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy. In his speech he issued the following challenge to the graduates: "Fixing the existing cities of the world and building new ones in the developing world is the grandest of all the grand challenges that are before us in the next century." 1 Florida is not alone…
Clevelander Randi Zubin is among those featured in a Wall Street Journal piece about creative uses for those ties you no longer have to wear. Plus, a Weatherhead School of Management associate professor talks with National Geographic about fun new uses for abandoned Midwestern factories, The New York Times profiles a Cleveland Institute of Art grad who's doing big things in New York, and an artist currently featured at moCa Cleveland wins a major prize in the world of painting.
Thanks to Alexa, starting a job application is as simple as saying, “Alexa, help me get a job at McDonald’s.” McDonald’s says that this is the world’s first voice-initiated application process that seeks to drive applications worldwide.
Six local governments will limit the use of natural gas in buildings and encourage the use of electric appliances, in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But many are concerned that it will just increase costs.