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Quote: Missing an opportunity

Tweet Opportunity is missed by people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. Thomas Edison

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Facebook Gets a Bit of Privacy Religion

Tweet In my last post I lambasted Facebook for the obfuscation of their privacy settings, not to mention their (intentional?) incompetence at implementing them.  This week was interesting in the Facebook privacy space.  First, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg posts this letter in the Washington Post which was just unapologetic enough to add fuel to the fire.  Later this week, there …

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Organizing your folders never looked this good! Put the rainbow in your folders.

Tweet Tired of looking at the same old folders? Are you craving to see something fresh and new? Your prayers have been answered! In this post, you’ll be learning about Folderico, one of the coolest ways to end the days of looking at the same old boring folders. Presenting Folderico For color-coding junkies out there, Folderico is the freeware you’ve …

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Video: iPad marries Velcro

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Quote: Two coins in business

Tweet In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later. Harold S. Geneen

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Tips and tricks in Windows: don’t be the last to know

Tweet You’re serious with your business and you want to do everything as fast as you can—especially when it comes to using your PC. For a person like you, it pays to know everything on how to make the most out of everything—especially your computer. Who doesn’t know all the stuff about Windows, anyway? I’m sure most of you do, …

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Bring down your expenses!

Tweet In our previous post, “How to raise money for your start up” we discussed the importance of keeping your cash flowing into your bank account to keep your business standing up. But the fact is, it’s a two-way process. sooner or later money is going to flow out of your pockets . It’s part of life. And there’s always …

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Self-discipline: The Difference Between Success and Failure

Tweet You want to be successful in everything you do—especially when you are a freelancer or the owner of a small business. But because the nature of being a freelancer or a business owner opens you to the possibility of becoming comfortable with your time, plus the fact that you are pretty much your own boss, it’s easy to get …

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You’re not a huge company. So stop pretending!

Tweet Have you ever had the dilemma of thinking about what to write in your website so that A-list companies would take notice? Were you ever frustrated about the lack of results even though you’ve used all the fancy words and terms to describe your company and services? Where did you go wrong? In order for your website to yield …

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Where Agile Methodologies Lose Their Agility

Tweet If you’ve heard many people talk about agile development, you’ll quickly find that there are as many versions of what agile is as there are people to talk about it. Some espouse varying versions of Extreme Programming or Scrum. Others simply perform certain practices of agile methodologies and assume that it’s agile. If you start looking for where agile …

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