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Ruth Cuadra

Defining Wellness: Pilates and Pizza - The Health & Wellbeing Issue - Curve - 0 views

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    Health and wellness communications will be more playful as advertisers look to adopt the tonality of the consumers. Fads are out, what's in is intuition as confident consumers mix and match to create a healthy lifestyle.
Lisa Eriksen

Ecosystems of Well-being & Ecosystems of Well-being in 4 Futures | Institute For The Future - 1 views

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    Interesting information that could provide info on how museums can provide for well-being.
Lisa Eriksen

Qatar: new emir, new broom? - Telegraph - 0 views

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    World power shift as small countries have much bigger roles - and new, well-funded museums.  Younger leaders are taking charge as well.  
Ruth Cuadra

Museums: Temples of delight | The Economist - 1 views

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    Museums the world over are doing amazingly well. Can they continue? Lots of interesting charts and diagrams.
Ruth Cuadra

"Stacked" by Michael Harris | The Walrus | April 2012 - 1 views

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    Building a new library building gave designers and librarians a new way to think about what a library can be to a community.  Digital and physical coexist and people are a primary focus. Could a museum do as well?  How can you achieve this level of integration and community involvement without building a new building?
Ruth Cuadra

The Art of Data Visualization | Marvels - WSJ.com - 0 views

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    Data visualizations give rise to new and different ideas in many fields and are now being appreciated for their aesthetics as well.
Ruth Cuadra

iMedicine - The Health & Wellbeing Issue - Curve - 0 views

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    Increasingly people will have access to data about their lifestyles that will shape their behavior Issues of health and wellness will be seen less as an interruption into everyday life and instead a normal part of it
Ruth Cuadra

An economist walks into a restaurant... - 1 views

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    Never eating where there is an enthusiastic young crowd is just one of the guidelines for eating well at reasonable prices.
Lisa Eriksen

Calif. sinks to 41st on kids' well-being - SFGate - 0 views

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    The state now spends more than $1,000 less per student than it did in 2007, according to the California Budget Project, a nonprofit public policy research group. Is this the beginning of the end for K-12?
Lisa Eriksen

Woz on iPhone in 40 years: "I won't want you humans" - SlashGear - 0 views

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    We won't need other humans (or museums?) because your iPhone will know you so well!
Lisa Eriksen

Hawaiians have highest well-being rating for 4th year - 0 views

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    Normally don't pay too much attention to these "contests" or these polls, but this it was interesting to think about how museums play a role in the community life in these states.......
Ruth Cuadra

Right at Home: Personal Libraries Are Retreats - 0 views

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    With the advent of tablets, cellphones and e-readers, could the book-lined home library go the way of the formal dining room? According to this article, books are a gold mine for designers as well as retailers.
Karen Wade

Volunteering Continues Upward Trend In Hours, Value | The NonProfit Times - 0 views

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    Volunteering seems to be alive and well across the generational boards.
Ruth Cuadra

How wearable tech goes from geek fad to mega-trend - 0 views

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    Google is releasing Android for the wearable tech industry to use. What we'll need soon is not just in getting all these devices to interact with one another using a common operating system but getting these devices to interact with the human body as well.
Karen Wade

For millennials, leaving the nest is hard to do - latimes.com - 0 views

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    Well, it looks like an improved economy isn't changing the trend of millennials staying or returning home. Pew isn't even certain why. What do you think?
Karen Wade

Google Glass sees all -- and that raises privacy concerns - latimes.com - 0 views

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    Well, it looks like one more "invention from the future" is about to invade the market. Let's just hope Big Brother isn't watching. The real question however is how can something like Google Glasses be used by the museum field. Actually, the possibilities are endless.
Karen Wade

Southland libraries turn a page and embrace the digital age - 1 views

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    Well, the transformation of the public library may not be breaking news, but it certainly is a reminder that the library of yesterday is outdated. If changes like those seen in Cerritos occur in communities throughout the country, the American Library will not only survive but thrive.
Lisa Eriksen

'Memory Cafes' For Dementia Patients Gain Ground | Here & Now - 0 views

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    Can museums offer "memory cafe" experiences, as well as "programs"? Third places for people with memory loss?
Ruth Cuadra

How A Grown-Up Field Trip To A Museum Can Improve Your Work (And Life) | Fast Company | Business + Innovation - 1 views

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    Museums improve well-being similar to playing a sport! That's it...from now on I can answer all sport/exercise-related questions with "I go to museums!"
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