New from the Obama Campaign.
From the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce):
As innovation becomes an ever more pressing imperative, how can businesses re-establish the internal relationships and cross-team trust necessary to fuel collaboration, and improve idea generation and quality?
The RSA and CEB convene a senior business panel to address these critical challenges, and to explore new ways of accelerating innovation -- and growth - globally.
Panel: Atul Dighe, senior director, Corporate Executive Board; Richard Palmer, innovation consultant, o2 Entrepreneur of the Year 2007 and inventor of d30, a bullet-proof putty used by everyone from Puma to the British Ministry of Defence; Kevin Yapp, chief strategy & marketing officer, Premier Farnell; Scott Edington, head of research and development, Visa.
Obama to Jon Stewart: Congress needs to rein in the presidency (via Raw Story )
During an appearance on The Daily Show, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his belief that Guantanamo Bay should be shut down and said Congress needed to “rein in” presidential power. “There’s some things that we haven’t gotten done, I still want to close Guantanamo, we haven’t been able…
Yes, Pat, we do. And guess who'll be first to the guillotine? Chop, chop.
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Stephen Colbert had some fun with Paul Ryan's photo op at an Ohio soup kitchen earlier this week where he showed up and washed a few dishes for the cameras after most of the homeless people had already gone home. And he wrapped the segment up with this PSA for Ryan.