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Arighty gang, I have too many tabs for Chrome to display again. Must be time to grab a bottle and … #tabageddon!

Like last time, I commit to reporting ALL my open articles, whether they speak to me or not. Here goes nothing:
Wherein @florianbrondel concludes dev teams should learn innovation skills. Will businesses really become Agile bottom-up? Hm.
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I’m pretty sure there’s no such thing as being TOO good as a listener. I’ve kept this tab to keep challenging myself on listening skills, but #tabageddon <shrug> Time for a fond farewell.

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G Venugopal, chairman of Print and Beyond welcomes the delegates to the KMPA full day seminar #PrintAndBeyond
Ravi Joshi, president of AIFMP highlights the importance of the Federation in terms of government representation. Also traces the history of print in Malabar #PrintAndBeyond
In his keynote address, Manipal Technologies' Gautham Pai highlights the new sense of entrepreneurship. "In the previous generation, being an entrepreneur was the last choice."
#PrintAndBeyond
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Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has released the public redacted bids submitted under its 12 TWh/year Zero Carbon Energy RFP. Going to sift through them today and provide some highlights. #procurement #cleanenergy #offshorewind #nuclear #hydro #solar
1/ Background: On July 31, 2018, DEEP issued the final RFP for Zero Carbon Energy, soliciting proposals for up to 12 TWh/year of qualified zero carbon energy and associated environmental attributes. Proposals were due September 14. dpuc.state.ct.us/DEEPEnergy.nsf…
2/ Background: Eligible resources included New England nuclear power generating facilities (i.e., Millstone and Seabrook), existing and incremental hydropower, zero carbon Class I resources (i.e., solar, onshore/offshore wind), and paired & co-located energy storage.
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OK - here goes! My take on the legal issues around #BIM and #winfieldrock...
#BIM has huge potential for improving collaboration, particularly early stage, in #construction and thereby reducing #disputes and #performancegap
Problem is the limited take-up particularly among private sector – reasons include lack of knowledge (of how to use and of benefits), lack of standardisation (in what BIM means and in proprietary programmes used, although moving towards #Revit – barrier for SMES)
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