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Do You Embrace Change?

It was astonishing to learn that a previously successful speaker could not easily transition to the newer way of doing business. Ironically, the newer way includes being social online, and we all know that is no longer new. You can guess he is rapidly moving backward and doesn’t know what to do. “Recognizing a problem … Read the Rest ?

Facebook's Resume Feature - Should LinkedIn be worried? My take

Yesterday it was all over the tech websites, Facebook is reportedly testing a new resume feature called "work histories" that can help users share them privately. Here are my thoughts about how this can play out: Facebook is making an enterprise play. Show More Summary

Art Break: Hubbell

Art Contrarian looks at the work of Henry Salem Hubbell.

Flip Phone: The New Version

FutureLawyer, once a mocker of flip phones, has found one that he likes. Coming soon to a beach in Florida.

How to Present a PowerPoint Slideshow With Presenter View

Giving a presentation can be intimidating, even to seasoned speakers. You can use Microsoft PowerPoint to supplement your slideshow and help you stay on pace with your presentation. In this tutorial, I'm going to focus on an underused...Show More Summary

Quick Look

The trailer for the 1979 version of "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy." Far superior to the recent version.

Want to Do Something Important? Stop Procrastinating

At the New York Times, I had the privilege of working with Phyllis Korkki, an assignment editor for the business section. In addition to her new role as executive editor of Hooked, an app that tells fictional stories in the...

Alan Brunacini, R.I.P.

Alan Brunacini, the former chief of the Phoenix Fire Department and a legend in the fire service, passed away the other day. Chief Brunacini, who had a down-to-earth demeanor and a love for Hawaiian shirts, was a major innovator in the fire service. Show More Summary

How Branded Vehicles Can Boost Business

Any business, no matter how big or small depends on its marketing ability and advertising. You can have the greatest product, but it’s worthless if people do not know how to find your business. The necessity of brand recognition and expansion plays a major role in successful advertising. The most successful marketing plans and strategies … Read the Rest ?

Nothing to See Here. Move Along.

Two versions: The Naked Gun provides the first. The Hill provides the second.

Officers Fired For Dragging Doctor Off United Airlines Plane

It only took six months, but the law enforcement officers who were caught on viral video dragging a Kentucky doctor off a United Airlines flight have been terminated by the airline for the highly publicized snafu. Two officers, one of … More » The post Officers Fired For Dragging Doctor Off United Airlines Plane appeared first on EveryJoe.

Man Lived In Woods For Years To Escape Angry Wife

Ever wish you could just get away from it all? A 62-year-old British man grew so tired of his wife’s incessant nagging that he decided to up and leave everything behind, ditching his on-the-grid lifestyle and his unhappy marriage for … More » The post Man Lived In Woods For Years To Escape Angry Wife appeared first on EveryJoe.

Hawaii Judge Blocks Latest Version Of Trump Travel Ban

The same federal judge in Hawaii who has proven himself a thorn in the side of President Donald Trump and his repeated attempts to enforce a travel restriction from multiple countries deemed prone to terror has once again temporarily halted … More » The post Hawaii Judge Blocks Latest Version Of Trump Travel Ban appeared first on EveryJoe.

FBI: Obama Admin Knew Of Russian Corruption Before Uranium Deal

A new bombshell report has revealed that the Obama administration was fully aware of the extent of the Russian nuclear industry’s culture of corruption – which included questionable ties to prominent American officials – when it approved a 2010 deal … More » The post FBI: Obama Admin Knew Of Russian Corruption Before Uranium Deal appeared first on EveryJoe.

Politicizing Late Night Comedy

It is important to note that these shows are competing for numbers that once would have been considered catastrophic. Carson could pull in 9 million viewers when one of his shows popped; he averaged 19 million viewers a night his final week on air in 1992. Show More Summary

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