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  • verb Present participle of innovate.


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  • And I just want to mention that for people who are not aware, one of the things you're known for is in innovating a style of programming that was quite new in China and also was quite new in its time in the U.S.

    China's Oprah: Yang Lan

  • I think that's why Child sniffed at the experiment -- chaining yourself to a recipe and never innovating is not an art, it's paint by numbers, and kind of boring.

    Peter Straub's A Dark Matter

  • One thing that struck me when I was at Nike was the time and energy they spent in innovating and coming up with completely new, yet always utilitarian, products.

    Innovating always – Nike’s Radical Equestrian Boots « One Size Fits One

  • Obama would surely be careful in innovating his plan since the opposition will be attacking him even if he is successful.

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  • Our approach is called "innovating the adjacent possible" and it's fast, messy, and for long-timers it will be counterintuitive. News

  • Genuine technological innovators, the conventional wisdom goes, must enjoy at least a temporary monopoly over their inventions, or they’ll lack the ability to recoup their costs or the incentive to invest time and energy in innovating in the first place.

    Two Kinds of Innovation

  • Still, it's an example of people innovating, which is always welcome despite its looks and girly safety harness.


  • Clearly, the first step on the path to intelligent innovation in the mobile space is to acknowledge that we need to start innovating, which is pretty much the polar opposite of dragging every desktop idea we've had since 1979 along and trying to squeeze the mindgrapes out of it until it fits on a two inch screen.

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  • - This is the idea of innovating online service for individual users which has no analogs over the Internet.

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  • What†™ s provocative to me in the idea of innovating and marketing multi-benefit complete or total products ... and what comes next.

    Marketing Profs Daily Fix


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