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Can Facebook Graph Search Make You Money? | Infographics : IdleList

A showcase of the best infographics from around the web
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Newspaper Takes The Pulse Of San Diego Coffee Culture - NPR (blog)

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Indeed, free WiFi has changed cafe culture dramatically.
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101 Tweet-Tastic Tools for 2013

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Blog post at Socialable : As much as I love Twitter, I have to admit I haven't seen that familiar blue Twitter home page in quite a while. Why? because although Twi[..]
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9 Questions to Help You Prioritize Content Creation [Template]

9 Questions to Help You Prioritize Content Creation [Template] | The Coffice | Scoop.it
Even if you take the "less is more" approach to content marketing, you still may struggle to keep up with demand. Use this 9-question form throughout your organization to flesh out and prioritize c...
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Skip The Commute for Earth Day! Telecommute for $1 - Good Times

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A local film, inspired by a true story, joins the global movement to shine light on the issue of rape.
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Trends 2013: Mobile, Learning, and Work Infographic | aragonresearch.com

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Trends 2013: Mobile, Learning, and Work Infographic


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CISPA Passes In The House, (Again) But Faces Resistance In Senate And White House (Again) - Forbes

CISPA Passes In The House, (Again) But Faces Resistance In Senate And White House (Again) - Forbes | The Coffice | Scoop.it
Stop me if you've heard this one before.
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To build a neighbourhood it takes - a good coffee shop?

To build a neighbourhood it takes - a good coffee shop? | The Coffice | Scoop.it
Some cafes are the harbingers of real estate progress
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39% of Small Businesses Get a Return On Investment From Social Media

39% of Small Businesses Get a Return On Investment From Social Media | The Coffice | Scoop.it
Small business owners are seeing a return on investment from social media. 81% have increased their time spent on social media or stayed the same.
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Mobile Technology's Role in a Crisis - Mobile Enterprise

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Two IEDs went off near the Boston Marathon finish line on Monday, April 15, but neither could crush the American spirit nor stop the waves of volunteers.
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7 myths about working from home

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Telecommuters watch TV, end the day early, and surf the Web all day, right? Wrong. This telecommuter sets the record straight.

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Juniper Wi-Fi forecast to take over mobile data traffic by 2017

Juniper Wi-Fi forecast to take over mobile data traffic by 2017 | The Coffice | Scoop.it

Data traffic generated by mobile handsets and tablets will reach 90,000 petabytes by 2017. This is equivalent to about 42 quadrillion tweets or seven billion Blu-ray movies.

Although unfathomable amounts of mobile data traffic is expected to be generated by mobile handsets and tablets by 2017, only 40 percent of the data will go over cellular networks.

Growth in data traffic is attributed to the advent of network technologies such as 3G and 4G driving the mobile network operators to monetize this activity by introducing a range of data-centric services allied to data and content bundles, Juniper analysts suggest.

But traffic growth has continued to outpace revenue growth leading to congested and deteriorating networks. This problem can be solved by scaling, optimizing, and offloading.


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Office space on the go: Don’t make Starbucks business meeting hub | Entrepreneur | Financial Post

Office space on the go: Don’t make Starbucks business meeting hub | Entrepreneur | Financial Post | The Coffice | Scoop.it
For road warrior entrepreneurs, there are better options than trying to conduct business in a noisy coffee shop. Camilla Cornell shares the options
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WorldatWork Fact Sheet: Myths and Truths About Telework – Wall ...

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WorldatWork Fact Sheet: Myths and Truths About Telework – Wall Street Journal. “Telework success depends on leaders who manage by objectives, not by observation, and this critical skill needs to be taught and learned.
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Marissa Mayer breaks her silence on Yahoo's telecommuting policy - Fortune

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The invitation for Mayer to speak at yesterday's conference was extended last fall, long before the telecommuting controversy made headlines.
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