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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-06-11

In this issue:  China taking action on the environment,
Clickhole, and the CIA on Twitter.

With publisher Hachette and Amazon fighting, Stephen Colbert
has a message for Amazon in Fast Company.

The problem, says Bill George, is that the way we design
work stifles engagement.  HBS Working Knowledge provides the

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

Amid worsening soil, water and air pollution, China has
announced what it is calling the strictest environmental
laws to date, according to Chemistry World.

AskMen says a fake nurse profile on Tinder, the
location-based app used to meet women, is being used to
promote men's health month.

Fast Company says the Onion's brand-new site, Clickhole,
skewers the clickbait economy while providing sharp,
incisive social commentary.

Fast Company says the Central Intelligence Agency made its
Twitter debut Friday with a cheeky tweet that was shared
more than 50,000 times in its first hour.

Sports Central thinks the Kings are just too feisty for the
Rangers, and says the Stanley Cup is the Kings' to Lose.
AskMen looks at the man who made the Belgium Devils a World
Cup force to be reckoned with.

Chemistry World says an end to carrying a plastic bag filled
with tiny bottles of liquids through airport security could
be in sight, thanks to new analytical equipment being rolled
out around the world.