How many failures did it take Thomas Edison before he came up with the light bulb? To be rewarded to failures – what a cool concept, and it would be Google to do such a thing! Their ”moonshot factory” – where inventors and engineers are encouraged to collaborate on audacious ideas.
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Expensify streamlines the process of creating expense reports by allowing you to snap photos of receipts, create expense reports straight from your phone and even tracks mileage with GPS.
AVG Privacy Fix allows you manage your privacy settings on popular social networks like Facebook, Google and LinkedIn. You can easily...Read More »
We spend most of our lives doing what? I would say sleeping unless you are one of those crazy people who can go without much sleep and still be productive! A huge majority of our time as adults, though, we spend at a job or on our career. I have...Read More »
Just a couple weeks ago, Facebook had all of us reminiscing – looking at your Facebook history – and stalking all of your friends’ videos as well. Some have said the videos were cheesy and others were embarrassed about what was most popular on their video – I for one...Read More »
Interesting Article: There Is No More B2B or B2C-There Is Only Human to Human (H2H) via SocialMedia Today
Communication shouldn’t be complicated. It should just be genuine and simple, with the humility and understanding that we’re all multi-dimensional humans, everyone of which has spent time in both the dark and delightful parts of life. What a concept – something we all already know, but in this world of...Read More »
For the past couple weeks, I have been slowly reading The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte. It has been a joy for me to read a few pages every day-the lady has a beautiful way of writing, and has a knack for sound bites and...Read More »
Let me be clear – it’s not the snow or the sub-degree weather I’m missing, it’s those moments I took the time to stop working or putting clothes away or vacuuming – and I just was in the moment with my baby girl. It was Monday, January 6. I worked...Read More »