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1. End User Holds the Keys -

Last week we had Shekhar Mitra, the former head of global research and development for Procter & Gamble in Memphis for a strategy working session with our Southern Growth Ventures portfolio company, Dermaflage. We are very fortunate to have Mr. Mitra on the board, and we asked him to share his innovation model with the team over lunch.

2. ‘Keep the Keyhole Clean’ -

In a Paul Greenberg column I met the word “mitteleuropaish” for the first time. Greenberg (winner of a Pulitzer in 1969) was discussing a recently released book, “Kafka: The Office Writings.” He wrote, “A combination attorney, actuary and all-around bureaucrat, (Kafka) seems to have carried out his duties with a combination of mitteleuropaisch flair and German efficiency.”

3. To Snag the Best Airfares, Flexibility is Key -

NEW YORK (AP) – To snag the best airfares, travelers need to be adventurous and willing to pick up at a moment's notice.

OK, now let's be realistic. Most people making summer travel plans need just that: plans. They get a week off, maybe two, and aren't going to spend hard-earned cash on a last-second whim.

4. The Busy Monkey Trap -

When you read the following story about how hunters trap monkeys, you may think monkeys are incredibly stupid! However, read on before you judge monkeys too harshly.

There are several versions of the monkey trap story, but they all have one thing in common. The monkey gets his hand in a tight place, such as a jar, vase or coconut and can’t seem to figure out how to get it out. He gets trapped!