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Be in the Know

Know, comprehend, understand imply being aware of meanings. To know is to be aware of something as a fact or truth: He knows the basic facts of the subject. I know that he agrees with me. To comprehend is to know something thoroughly and to perceive its relationships to certain other ideas, facts, etc.

20 years of iMac: Behind the scenes of Apple’s ‘Simplicity Shootout’ video

Twenty years ago this Sunday, Apple introduced the first iMac to the world, a radically inventive computer that reshaped the consumer market and helped re-establish Apple as the industry leader in design and usability. Yesterday, we documented the iMac’s design evolution from 1998 through today. Samsung Gear 360 Wanting to …

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iQor Celebrates Sustainable, Circular Economy Ahead of Earth Day 2018

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–iQor, the only global managed services provider embedded in the flow between product, people and services, has joined sustainability-focused companies across the globe to celebrate Earth Day 2018 with its ‘Earth Week at iQor’ initiative. iQor works with top brands around the globe to implement a sustainable …

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Only revolutionary new laws can stop Brexit harming the environment | Michael Jacobs | Opinion

As the EU withdrawal bill inches its way through parliament, the environmental implications of Brexit are being revealed. Leaving the European Union could be the single most environmentally damaging act taken by government in the past half-century. Almost all of the UK’s environmental policy derives from our membership of the …

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EU Commission unveils action plan for a greener, cleaner economy – New Europe

New Europe EU Commission unveils action plan for a greener, cleaner economyNew Europe“As our planet increasingly faces the unpredictable consequences of climate change and resource depletion, urgent action is needed to adapt to a more sustainable model,” the Commission said in a press release, adding that around €180 billion of …

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New evidence of systemic impoverishment of Africa – Green Left Weekly

Green Left Weekly New evidence of systemic impoverishment of AfricaGreen Left WeeklyAs commodity prices peaked in the 2007-14 super-cycle period, resource depletion was the major factor for Africa's wealth shrinkage. What can be done? There are really only two ways to address TNC capture of African wealth: bottom-up through direct …

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