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  • Dear friends

    HCN Holiday Open House; People’s Choice Awards for HCN stories; thanks to Mark Lellouch and Alison Davis; visitors

  • How to be #1 in the world and still be a loser

    Giles Slade’s new book, Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America, is a fascinating intellectual history of how marketers demolished the American tradition of thrift.

  • Tips for tapping into your wild marketer

    Tips for tapping into your wild marketer

    Tongue-in-cheek suggestions inspire the Western would-be entrepreneur.

  • Dear friends

    Carmella Hensyel joins HCN; Research Fund acknowledgements; visitor; former interns hit the big time; Michelle Nijhuis wins journalism award; Jodi Peterson & the Late Show

  • Dear friends

    HCN takes summer break; new high school intern Abbie Rodriguez and marketing intern Jessica Bellows; spring visitors; online survey; clarifications

  • Sometimes the priceless really is priceless

    Ed Quillen questions the market-driven approach to valuing wilderness.

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