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🔍Read Full Article The Gen Y Email Signature

The Gen Y Email Signature

16 Comments 🕔11:58, 31.Aug 2011

While email is so Gen X the fact remains that we all--Gen Y included--still use, and will continue to use for the foreseeable future, email as our main method of electronic communication. Knowing this, how does one--specifically Millennials'--personalize their email signature? Everyone knows how Gen X'ers use email signatures. You know, name, title--usually very large font--company, phone, fax, mobile, home, address, email, mothers maiden name, etc…, but this boring and static signature does not exemplify

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🔍Read Full Article A Millennials Computer

A Millennials Computer

1 Comment 🕔12:21, 28.Nov 2010

My proclivities toward only purchasing Apple equipment aside, the MacBook Air screams Gen Y. Ignoring the fact that studies show Millennials have a greater tendency to remain brand loyal and are therefore willing to pay more for products they feel are ecofriendly and sensible, the MacBook Air is essentially built to meet their discrete requirements. Many will have you believe the MacBook Air is built with the business traveler in mind, and this very well might

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🔍Read Full Article Am I The Only One Not On Facebook?

Am I The Only One Not On Facebook?

0 Comments 🕔17:32, 20.Nov 2010

With all of the social technologies available to us today, Facebook has to be the most frequently used. Young and old use Facebook as a means to connect with old friends, forgotten classmates, and strangers that share common interests. It makes my skin crawl just thinking about it. Like grease on my fingers, I can’t stand having it happen to me nor can I stand witnessing it. One would think--being the Millennial that I am--I would

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🔍Read Full Article Streamline Your Business Systems

Streamline Your Business Systems

0 Comments 🕔22:00, 23.Oct 2010

Over the last few months I have been looking to streamline my business to the absolute necessities. I set out to accomplish two primary goals: (1) reduce expenses and (2) reduce administrative overhead, both constraints must be accomplished or I will not proceed with a given process redesign. My lofty goal; operate on a budget for less than $500 a month and free-up time. In the consulting business there is really only a handful of tools

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🔍Read Full Article Who Are You: Friend or Foe?

Who Are You: Friend or Foe?

0 Comments 🕔21:42, 17.Sep 2010

We have spent a lot of time discussing social media technologies such as twitter. This is due in large part to not only its popularity, but because of its influence over the way in which we communicate. So much so, that some experts suggest—this author included—that twitter has the potential to replace more conventional means of communication such as email. The principle of twitter is basic to begin with, but on an even more basic

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🔍Read Full Article Host Your Own Media, Or Outsource It: Vimeo or YouTube?

Host Your Own Media, Or Outsource It: Vimeo or YouTube?

0 Comments 🕔23:20, 28.Aug 2010

I have been on a recent kick of outsourcing most of the tasks and systems that originally resided in-house. For example, my recent articles on the benefits of Evernote and Dropbox. Well, this mantra has now carried over to media as well. I still keep my iTunes music, financials, copies of my business and personal files, and personal videos onsite—housed on my servers—however media for my websites and public domain, such as for this blog,

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