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Virtual conferences significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions
A new study in the journal Nature Communications says going virtual can reduce an event's carbon footprint by 94%.
The perils and pleasures of video game voice-over
The video game industry poses a particular challenge to voice actors.
Middle class, but "asset poor"
Nearly half of households in major U.S. cities are “liquid asset poor."
Milking the conference cash cow
Conferences are notoriously expensive to put on, but several media organizations use them to make serious money. Tina Brown is just the latest media brand to make the leap.
March Madness and the big business of college sports
Commissioner Bob Bowlsby runs the Big 12 and sees major changes in college sports ahead.
On green one-upmanship at the DNC and RNC
Both the Democrats and Republicans appear to be scrambling in a game of one-upmanship to host "the greenest national convention ever." While that...