18 Recipes That Make The Paleo Diet Look (Almost) Easy BuzzFeed 18 Recipes That Make The Paleo Diet Look (Almost) Easy. Blueberry French Toast Casserole? Enough said. posted on July 11, 2013 at 5:27pm EDT.
FB's glistening new search engine makes finding interesting things about yourself, your past, and all of your friends excitingly easy. It also makes it a cinch to find strangers who are openly racist, sexist, and generally embarrassing.
Best recipes of 2012 Minneapolis Star Tribune Note: "When I was a kid and my mom made tomato soup, she would cut buttered toast into squares and float them on top of each bowl," writes Tom Douglas in "The Dahlia Bakery Cookbook." "My twist on Mom's...
In holticulture, people marked their cattle with a hot iron stamp to denote ownership and identity, that is, to set them apart from other similar packs of species a cattle might mix themselves in so that at the end of the day, these grazing animals can go back home to their rightful owners. Identification and ownership is deeply rooted in the human psyche and have been manifested throughout different human languages and cultures.
“Human civilization is dependent upon signs and systems of signs, and the human mind is inseparable from the functioning of signs…” – Charles Morris,Foundations of the Theory of Signs
The practice of branding has found its way to business and marketing too and branding takes on an extended definition to include a much larger field. The American Marketing Association Dictionary defines brand as the “name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller’s good or service as distinct from those of other sellers.”
Families living in poor neighborhoods lost almost everything during the Great Recession, potentially making it more difficult for them to gain a better life in the future, according to a recent report.
The site What Would I Say has quickly risen to popularity since its creation during last weekend’s Princeton Hackathon. WWIS connects to your Facebook account and generates new status updates based on words and phrases you’ve used in the past.
Many people are in the unenviable position of being mistreated by (someone they consider to be) a friend. You know the type of toxic character I'm talking about. The one who doesn't seem to mind overwhelming you with all ...
Part 3 of 4. About Our Guest: Jim Kouzes is the Dean's Executive Fellow of Leadership at Santa Clara University and coauthor with Barry Posner of the internationally award-winning and bestselling book, The Leadership ...
The doors we choose to open and close each day decide the lives we live. As experts at gifting we, at GiftBasketVillas, we invite you to open our doors to gifting that will help you build relationships, client loyalty and a successful business We ...
"I recently saw a picture that was posted on twitter by George Couros. I sent it to my principal because it sums up what we have been talking about for weeks about Apps that we are using with the iPads. "
They do say you should never judge a book by it’s cover, but that doesn’t always apply when it comes to business cards. They’re designed to make a statement, generate impact and leave you with an impression.
Some would say that Zuckerberg’s first attempt left a lot to be desired, but as you’re about to see, there’s no doubting the retro cool of Bill Gates’s card or the bling bling of Donald Trump faux gold foil business cards.
Our personal favourite though has to go to Kevin Mitnick – a convicted criminal and serial hacker, who’s business card (it’s actually a lock pick tool set) is just as startling as the illegal feats he accomplished. Way back in 1995 he single-handily hijacked and broke into the servers of the likes of Motorla, Fujitsu and even Nokia stealing vital information and data.
We've all had those moments. You know, the ones when you do something completely careless or idiotic, and then quickly follow up with a Ron Burgundy-esque thought like, "I immediately regret this decision" ... or a more classic example, the Homer Simpson "D'OH!"
But how much worse is it when that "D'OH!" moment comes right after you hit "send" on that really, really important marketing email, only to realize there's a big, glaring typo in the subject line? And there's nothing you can do about it. That email is already getting delivered, whether you like it or not. To all 5,000 people.
Read through 30 careless, but totally preventable mistakes, that often make marketers look like schmucks.