It seems as though people are so busy running here and there doing this and that, meeting him or her, and forgetting to slow down long enough to respond to an email or telephone call. By the time you think of it, an email you should respond to could be down the list 30 deep; hard to find. There are connections and opportunities you could be missing. So, are you practicing proper business etiquitte?
This is the question I have this week. How good is the Quality of the Samsung Galaxy Note II for Shooting Videos for Business? Nick Jones, of the Houston Voice, shared a video he shot of the 2013 Art Car Parade. I viewed it, twice. It was really well done. So I was curious to find out if Nick thought he could have done the job with a smartphone. Here is the interview and the video.
In most metro areas, there’s no lack of forums, local websites or networking meetings where women can share ideas, promote their businesses and tout their accomplishments. But the newly launched Gayle’s List goes a few steps further. Gayle’s List is national. Are you on Gayle’s List for Women Entrepreneurs?
Can I be successful with article marketing without being well known? I just have a fear that I don’t have the credentials to pull this off.
The Spring time in Oregon is the start of many conferences and trade shows.
Today, I was fortunate enough to attend the Portland’s OAME 25th Annual Conference Luncheon & Trade Show, at the invitation of the City of Portland, Office of Procurement.
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Flight attendants may be the friendliest frequent fliers in the atmosphere — but it’s time for some to kiss a glamorous look goodbye. Turkish Airlines announced on Friday that they will ban their crew from wearing red lipstick and nail polish while in-air, Reuters reports.
“As a consequence of our current cabin uniforms not including red, dark pink, et cetera, the use of lipstick and nail polish in these colors by our cabin crew impairs visual integrity,” the aircraft carrier said in a statement. As an alternative, the airline prefers “simple make-up, immaculate and in pastel colours,” the Telegraph reports. Critics have spoken out on social media against the restrictions, which may mark a cultural shift in Turkey.
According to Fox News, this decree reflects a move away from secular styles in Turkey and an attempt to bolster the country’s Islamic values.
Distraction or not, the ban certainly inhibits flight attendants’ ability to conceal dark spots and to try out all the latest nail art trends. What’s your take on this aggressive grooming policy?
If you misplace your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, the Find My iPhone app will let you use another iOS device to find it and protect your data.
I just had to have an iPhone. So I purchased the iPhone 4S. That was 2012. Then I had to have a Galaxy S3. The was 2013. Now I have a Galaxy Note II, and I love it. The biggest difference for me is the screen size. The iPhone 5 screen is so small, I feel like Fred Sanford, always looking for a pair of glasses.
Zoholics is back.
Microsoft Office, at one time, was the most widely used software application suite the world. But for some reason, they have not kept up with moving their beloved software to the cloud. I signed up for Microsoft Outlook in the cloud, but it just could not compete with Google gmail, or Zoho. So for Microsoft to remain behind in the development of Android or iOS could mean a slow death of Microsoft Office. Why Not Put Microsoft Office 365 on Mobile Devices?