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March 11, 2008

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Compound
Think

FMF- Just a thought...
I love reading these March Madness articles, however, once I get into the other blogs I get distracted and then lose where I was on your blog. Is there a way you could make these links open up to a new window? That way you aren't directing people away from your own site.

Health Care Crisis
Think

1. Health
2. Habits

compound
think

Compound
Habits

Game 11 - Compound
Game 12 - Think

Compound
Habits

11 Health
12 Habits

Compound
Think

Game 11: Health
Game 12: Think

Game 11 - Compound!! Health was good, but Compound was directed to the audience better and a nicely simple way of putting the information in user-friendly form. Health made a good stab at it but still had a bit loss-of-focus in my eyes. Yet, very timely and worth the read. Both are aces!
Game 12 - Habits!!! Very simplified down to focusing your goal on one line basically; "Think" was good, but the list on the wallet card holder was too long; both had essentially the same idea, yet I think "Habits" will be the simplest at allowing follow-through and real action.

Compound
Think

11: Compound
12: Habits

Health
Think

Voting for this round is over. The winners are:

11 - Compound
12 - Think

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