CEE Review: Seinfeld and procrastination, Faster blood tests, Trader Joe’s withdraws, and more

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At Entrepreneur magazine: How the ‘Seinfeld Strategy’ Can Help You Stop Procrastinating.

Stanford dropout Elizabeth Holmes invented a new testing method that requires only a drop of blood. “With that they can perform hundreds of tests, from standard cholesterol checks to sophisticated genetic analyses. The results are faster, more accurate, and far cheaper than conventional methods.” Feature in Wired magazine.

Like working in your pajamas? “6 gigs that let you roll out of bed and into your job”.

The Kaizen interview with software entrepreneur Zol Cendes is now up at the Kaizen site.

Trader Joe’s drops plan to open store in distressed neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. The Orange Country Register explains.


Southern Illinois University professor Larry Hickman will speak at Rockford University: “Teaching About Religion in a Globalizing Culture.” Time and place: Thursday, April 10, at 4 p.m. at Fisher Chapel, Rockford University campus. Here is a PDF flyer. The talk is free and open to the public. All interested parties welcome.

A blast from the past: When CEE won its Templeton Award for Excellence in a University-Based Institute.

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