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Building: Northern Virginia

The Green Outdoors

Outdoor trends aren’t as sexy as bamboo flooring or concrete counters, but they’re just as important in reducing environmental footprints.

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Communications Crossroads

Get Smart

As consumer devices evolve, what can we expect from the technology, the regulators and the gadgetry itself?

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Meetings & Conventions

Beating Burnout

Whatever the cause, on-the-job burnout happens. Stop it before it stops you.

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SexIs Magazine

Women Undercover

More people may know Pussy Galore than Mata Hari, but is Hari’s lasting legacy even based on fact?

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Communications Crossroads

Will Going Green Be Enough?

Can eco-conscious telecoms can benefit themselves, and the environment, without compromising service?

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New Floridian

Nostalgia with Fries

It’s Friday night in St. Petersburg, and in a parking lot off 49th Street folks are drinking beer and talking cars.

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Interval World

Dissecting Margaritaville

Built by pirates, enjoyed by presidents, few places wear fame and infamy as comfortably as legendary Key West.

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Gays With Kids

Gay Dads Coming Out

Neither break-ups nor parenting are easy, but few things worth doing are.

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USA Today’s

The Sci-Fi-Hotel: Where Geeks Check In…

No holosuites. No replicators. (Not yet, anyway.) But this visionary developer’s project is a nanobot shy of shovel-readiness.