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Travelers sues NFL over ex-players' brain injury lawsuits | Reuters

Travelers sues NFL over ex-players' brain injury lawsuits | Reuters | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
* Seeks to avoid paying to defend lawsuits* NFL facing claims from thousands of ex-players* Dozens of insurers, NFL at odds over costsBy Joseph AxNEW YORK, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Several subsidiaries ofTravelers...
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Issues that should have been or could be explored with Joel Barker's Implications Wheel
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Marijuana stock scams: Don't let your money go up in smoke

Marijuana stock scams: Don't let your money go up in smoke | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Marijuana stock scams: Don't let your money go up in smoke
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Definitely an implication not immediately seen but definitely one of the unintended consequences of marijuana becoming legal.

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'Are You Having Fun at Camp?'



Parents Scrutinize Photos for Clues

'Are You Having Fun at Camp?'<br/>		<br/>			<br/>		<br/>	Parents Scrutinize Photos for Clues | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Stalking the camp photo gallery has become a rite of summer for parents. Most residential camps upload images and videos shot by staff photographers to secure websites every day.
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The Ability To Edit Tweets Would Have Huge Implications For How Brands Use Twitter

The Ability To Edit Tweets Would Have Huge Implications For How Brands Use Twitter | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it

Twitter is reportedly working on a feature that will let users edit their tweets after they've been published, according to industry blogger Matthew Keys. 

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The implications for being able to edit tweets after they have been published?

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Pediatricians See Risk—to Kids and Themselves—in Drug Store Clinics

Pediatricians See Risk—to Kids and Themselves—in Drug Store Clinics | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
The American Academy of Pediatrics warns parents to be wary of “retail-based” child health clinics found in Walgreens and CVS stores
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Implications of drug store clinics raising concerns?

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Y! SPORTS

Y! SPORTS | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
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MLB should really do an Implications Wheel based on the increase number of pitchers needing Tommy John Surgery.

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Study: Wind farms killed 67 eagles in 5 years

Study: Wind farms killed 67 eagles in 5 years | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
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The introduction and rise of wind farms has led to an alarming rate of eagles being killed.

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Elmbrook School District considers breathalyzer tests

Elmbrook School District considers breathalyzer tests | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
The Elmbrook School District is considering the idea of breathalyzer tests for suspected drunk students.
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What are the possible implications of Elmbrook School District administering breathalyzer tests?  This can be an easily wheel to set up with details and assumptions.  However; the implications may be difficult to grade if the school doesn't explore this issue.

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NYPD's 'stop-and-frisk' practice is unconstitutional, judge rules

NYPD's 'stop-and-frisk' practice is unconstitutional, judge rules | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
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NYPD should have done a wheel on implementing a "stop and frisk" practice.  This would have definitely been identified.

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Tablets in Dutch Schools Usher in a New Era

Tablets in Dutch Schools Usher in a New Era | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
At least 1,000 students in schools in the Netherlands will get iPads, in a teaching model developed by a foundation called O4NT.
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Dutch schools should have done a wheel about implementing a very "tablet use" program.

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Robots Could Take Over Fast Food Jobs

Robots Could Take Over Fast Food Jobs | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Robots are now cooking food at fast food restaurants overseas -- it's only a matter of time before they come to the US.
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What are the possible implications of having robots as the workforce in fast food resturants?  What would costumers think? Employees? Owners? FDA?

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More Kids Accidentally Ingesting Marijuana Following New Drug Policies | TIME.com

More Kids Accidentally Ingesting Marijuana Following New Drug Policies | TIME.com | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Thanks to more relaxed laws for medical marijuana users — and with the first states legalizing recreational pot — Junior may be more likely to ingest marijuana in dangerously high doses.
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This is an example of a negative implication of legalizing marijuana that could have been identified using an implications wheel.

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WISN 12 News investigates retailer marking up prices, advertising sale

WISN 12 News investigates retailer marking up prices, advertising sale | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
WISN 12 News goes undercover to investigate suspicious department store markups.
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Department stores should have thought of the implications of marking up their prices.

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NYC Proposes New Minimum Age for Cigarette Sales

NYC Proposes New Minimum Age for Cigarette Sales | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
From 18 to 21.
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What are the possible implications of raising the age of cigarette purchase to 21?

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Commission recommends using 'ransomware' against IP thieves

Commission recommends using 'ransomware' against IP thieves | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
'What the hell are these guys thinking?' asks one critic, after panel suggests that enterprises cripple PCs with extortion-style lock-outs
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Seems like the commission should have done an Implications Wheel before recommending 'ransomware' against IP thieves.

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OMG! Teens On LinkedIn?

OMG! Teens On LinkedIn? | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Career coaches and social media experts are upset about LinkedIn's decision to allow teenagers to join. Will young teens ruin the site?
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Seems like LinkedIn should have done an implications wheel on allowed teens to join.

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The Growing Business of Marijuana

The Growing Business of Marijuana | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
How long till there's a marijuana chain like Starbucks or a cannabis-infused beverage brand like Coke?
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The implications of the growing business of marijuana?

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Medical marijuana research for PTSD clears major hurdle

Medical marijuana research for PTSD clears major hurdle | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
A researcher at the University of Arizona has gotten approval from two major federal agencies to study how medical marijuana affects veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Federal approval leads to medical marijuana research for PTSD.

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Legal Cash-Only Pot Sellers Supermarkets for Crooks

Legal Cash-Only Pot Sellers Supermarkets for Crooks | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
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Definitely an interesting "unintended consequence" of legalizing marijuana.  Shop owners may have been able to identify some of the issues if they completed an Implications Wheel.

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Ark. school district arms staff for fall term

Ark. school district arms staff for fall term | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
A small Arkansas school district is arming and training 20 volunteer teachers and staff with guns under a little-known state law that allows licensed, armed security guards on campus.
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This is an implication as a result of the tragedy that occured in Newton.  Arkansas school district now arming staff for the new fall term.

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Fukushima's Radioactive Puddles Are More Serious Than Anticipated

Fukushima's Radioactive Puddles Are More Serious Than Anticipated | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Japan's nuclear agency wants to raise the severity level of the new radioactive water leak at the Fukushima because the problem is more serious than initially expected.
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We explored a "simulation" type i. wheel as a response to this disaster.  Implications are becoming more serious than anticipated - still can be explored!

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Students' Hair Tested for Alcohol Use

Students' Hair Tested for Alcohol Use | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
One Arlington Heights high school is amending its illegal substances policy. Saint Viator's High School has been conducting drug tests since 2007, but starting this fall, students will be tested for alcohol as well.
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This school should have explored this issue prior to implementing this new drug testing policy.

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ADHD drugs don't boost kids' grades whether they're ADHD or not, studies find.

ADHD drugs don't boost kids' grades whether they're ADHD or not, studies find. | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
Analysis of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder has found surprisingly little change in their academic performance while on medication for the condition.
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What might happen as a direct result of studies indicating that ADHD drugs are not helping boost kids' grades?

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Dwight Howard wraps up final meeting, setting up coming decision

Dwight Howard wraps up final meeting, setting up coming decision | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
The Dwight Howard meetings have finally wrapped. Which means it's time for him to make a decision. Who's the leader in the clubhouse?
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Dwight Howard should be doing an implications wheel based on every team he can accept offers from.

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3D-printed 'Liberator' gun fires first successful shot

3D-printed 'Liberator' gun fires first successful shot | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
The gun debate expands to include plastic firearms that can be printed at home, with lawmakers expressing concerns about new technology. Read this article by Chenda Ngak on CNET.
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3D printing should have thought of the implications of being able to create plastic firearms that can be printed at home.

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MDs warn teens: Don't take the cinnamon challenge

MDs warn teens: Don't take the cinnamon challenge | Shoulda, Coulda Explored This | Scoop.it
The fad involves daring someone to swallow a spoonful of ground cinnamon in 60 seconds without water.
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The cinnamon challenge is raising multiple concerns and implications among users.

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