There are two main types of questions we ask on Google. One is the “instant-gratification” question… “Who was that actor?” “How do I hide a post on my Facebook timeline?” “Where’s the nearest Starbucks?” Google finds the answer, and you’re done. The other is the broader, “life” question. These questions aren’t answered just by reading [...]
When was the last time you got a voicemail message? In fact, when was the last time you even checked your voicemail? USA TODAY study shows that texting and even voice transcription apps are preferred over voicemail communication.
THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) Let me start by saying, I’m a big fan of blogging, and bloggers as a community, in general. I like them for the same reason I have an inexplicable soft spot for the Cubs, despite being from New York. I think it has something to do with [...]
THE BOOZE BIN By Pia Mara Finkell (@piamara) Millennials have been called a lot of things, some nicer than others. Let’s get the negative ones out there first: unfocused, fickle, coddled…all entitlement, no drive. As for the nicer stereotypes (likely coming from our ever-adoring helicopter parents), we’ve been called confident, upbeat, experimental and open [...]
Guest post by: Charlotte Evans It is true. The HWS Labor Market Pulse® Index shows hospitals in the San Francisco Bay, Philadelphia and Tampa areas are ramping up recruitment, even though just last month other hospitals across the U.S. were laying off employees. As the economy continues to recover and health care reform shakes out, [...]
by Wyatt Wood As a semi-pro photographer I encounter unique situations everyday involving photography, rights management and social media. Note: every locality has their own laws that any person taking pictures should abide by – this post is not about the legality or rights of taking photos as a photographer (while it may touch on [...]