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[Stuart Henshall] Jim McGee writes that Thought Leadership risks becoming an empty marketing phrase just when it is becoming essential to longer term success. He concludes that organizations need to rely on a steady stream of new ideas, and need a foundation of explicit reflection to continuously build and test mini-theories on how their actions lead to outcomes.

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[The Oil Drum - Discussions about Energy and Our Future] The Oil Drum: Campfire | Fibber McGee, Molly, and Your Energy Future: During the 1973 and later in the 1979 energy crisis, there were still many men who were still relatively young that served in WWII, both in the coast guard, the U.S. Navy, and other branches of the U.S. military (and by relatively young, I mean still working, about the age the last baby boomers are now.) The war effort did indeed consume a considerable amount of oil, but not nearly as much as could be saved by rationing of the entire civilian population. The rationing allowed for the average user to have the 4 gallons per week discussed in the radio program (the so called "A" stamp) The "B" stamp allowed 8 gallons, and was for people critical to the war effort, war plant workers, Red 'C' stickers indicated physicians, ministers, mail carriers and railroad workers, "T" for truckers, and a rare set of "X" stickers went to members of Congress and "other VIP" persons needing to travel, and was the absolute status item of the day.

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