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You may not get fired for having a visible tattoo, but it is likely you won’t get hired.
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When Tim Berners-Lee invited newsgroup users to the World Wide Web with the invitation “collaborators welcome,” he never could have expected how completely that concept would fundamentally transform work.
Drawing on my fine command of the English language, I said nothing.
- Robert Benchley.
A friend was waiting to hear about the results of a job interview. He hadn't heard in a while and he asked me, "how long before I should start worrying?" Of course, the answer is, "you should never start worrying."...
Siri, the sweet talking assistant of iPhone 4S owners, is now starring in its first TV ad. It’s one of the most important features of the new iPhone, so it’s no wonder Apple has devoted an entire 30-second TV ad to Siri.
Editor’s Note: This is a contribution by Julie Hoyle “The real measure of your wealth is how much you'd be worth if you lost all your money." ~Unknown A wonderful story from the yogic tradition highlighting the true meaning of wealth goes something...
As the old Zen saying goes, "If not now, when?" There is no better time to start or revive a practice to nourish your body, heart and spirit, actively shaping your vital life.
"My dad and I have created a tradition around hiking across the Grand Canyon in one day during the second weekend in October."
Short and sweet - this one shows you why each point they make is important to implement. Great concept!
On October 23rd, 2001, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod at a special event, showing off a design destined to become iconic. Ten years later, the brand is as strong as ever, though sadly, we have lost its inventor.
“The dog has seldom been successful in pulling man up to its level of sagacity, but man has frequently dragged a dog down to his.” – James Thurber
Whether it began 15,000 years ago when dogs scavenged for refuse at campsites of Paleolithic man, at some point in this long relationship with humans, dogs decided that being near us was an advantage.
Clearly, most of us felt the same way.
What is rather amusing, though, is that we spend a great deal of time and money training our dogs when I suspect we could learn far more from our dogs than they could ever learn from us.
Editor’s Note: This is a contribution by Kathryn Britt "Until you value yourself, you won't value your time. Until you value your time, you won't do anything with it." ~ M. Scott Peck Ten years ago, I stopped procrastinating.
Watch arriving passengers be given a welcome home to remember at Heathrow Terminal 5. Big thanks to all our talented singers who feature in the ad. For upda...
Your career success depends a lot on what you know, who you know and who likes you, according to this author.
A study examines the differences in reading from an electronic device versus traditional printed text.
Giving advice is fraught with potential pitfalls. Mostly, people don’t want your unvarnished take on a given situation, they want you to help them confirm their bias in the most soothing way possible.