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Content curation, on the other hand, is much like museum curation. The objects in a museum have value, for whatever reason – historical and artistic beauty are just two I can think of off the top of my head.
Harold S. Geneen was CEO of ITT from 1959 to 1977. While CEO, Geneen grew the company from $765 million in sales in 1961 into a multinational conglomerate with $17 billion sales in 1970. One of the fundamental principles that governed Geneen’s remarkable leadership was this: “Performance is everything. Forget everything else.”
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation, it was a foggy, still morning in November 1936 when Sir Winston Churchill walked into the House of Commons to warn its members about the perils of Adolf Hitler’s three-year rearmament program.
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In December, MIT announced the launch of an online learning initiative called “MITx.” Starting this week, interested learners can now enroll for free in the initiative’s prototype course — 6.002x: Circuits and Electronics.
Students can sign up for the course at mitx.mit.edu. The course will officially begin on March 5 and run through June 8.