To show how stories in our April/May 2012 issue of Evansville Business fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of Link Up brings the Internet to you. No Google search required.
Winning While We Sleep
Throughout this issue of Evansville Business, we give readers a look into the heavy demands that come with being a high-ranking professional. In “All in a Day’s Work,” Vanderburgh County Chief Judge Mary Margaret Lloyd tells about her 3 a.m. wake-up calls to sign arrest warrants, and Vanderburgh County Prosecuting Attorney Nicholas Hermann discusses his lack of vacation in “Back Talk.” Although it’s unlikely these busy individuals have time for catnaps, this article proves it’s possible, and beneficial.
What’s On Your Plate?
In our story “Home on the Free-Range,” local farmer Keith Cannon explains the benefits of free-range farming, and why he and his seven-member family take so much pride in their grass-fed farming business. An advocate for local, family farms in his own right, critically acclaimed bestselling writer Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, discusses his latest book, Eating Animals — a heavily researched novel on man’s eating habits — in an interview with Larry King Live. Also, check out this excerpt from the book.
When Evansville’s South Central Media was introduced to the Mondopad last year, the wall-mounted, life-size tablet — combining visual presentation and cloud-based video conferencing equipment into one unit — changed the company’s perspective on conference calls. Our story “Mondo-mania” shows how technological advances can tremendously improve business. This article sheds further light on the seemingly limitless world of technology, as scientists get closer in creating digital contact lenses.