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4 Things That Might Change for the Tech Industry Due to the Coronavirus Shutdown

While the tech industry is booming in many areas, Covid-19 presents a unique and unusual situation that could present big challenges. Tech is perhaps one of the best placed industries to survive something like coronavirus, as people will rely on it more and more when there are lockdowns. There will no doubt be lots of …

5 Powerful Tips for Communicating a Vision to Your Employees

5 Powerful Tips for Communicating a Vision to Your Employees

Leadership is predicated on a complex and proprietary fusion of diverse factors. There are certain innate elements, as well as skills that are learned over time. But no matter which way you deconstruct the leadership formula, the ability to develop and cast vision is always necessary. What Makes Up a Vision? According to best selling …

LifeWave Joins Forces with memberTEK

LifeWave, a premier company in the health and wellness area, has announced a new partnership with memberTEK, a leader in mobile-based contact management solutions. This innovative collaboration will enhance LifeWave distribution and sales efforts, while creating more streamlined business practices for its extensive team of distributors. Read on for a look at the two companies …

Hamed Wardak, Valen of Wicked, and Techno Music

Powerful History Incites Powerful Union Techno music took the world by storm in the 1980s in Europe; more specifically in the U.K.’s rave scene as well as the club scene in Berlin. Today’s great techno starts include Hamed Wardak, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kravits, and a host of talented musicians around the world. The Beginning of …

Jonathan Cornelissen Speaks About Data Education

Jonathan Cornelissen Improves Lives Through Continuing Education

Continuing education is an important aspect of career development. Without it, we can often find ourselves in ruts or going down paths that lead to unsatisfactory professional situations. In contrast, people who continually invest in themselves, from an educational standpoint, often find a wide array of opportunities opening up as they move through life. To get …

Get Ready for NaNoWriMo!

It’s never too early to start planning your entry in 2020’s National Writing Month Contest this coming November. Writers tend to put things off until the last moment, and so the first week in January 2020 seems about the right time to begin sketching out that amazing fifty-thousand word novel you’ve been turning over in …

New California Law May Hamper Uber and Lyft Drivers.

The dizzying rise of the technology that has created and fostered such ride-hailing behemoths as Uber and Lyft has left in its wake a continuing frustration and controversy about those who do the heavy lifting in the new ‘gig’ economy — the drivers and other workers who are employed as independent contractors instead of as …

The Updated Dell XPS 13 Debuts Next Week.

The XPS Thirteen from Dell is considered probably the best Windows laptop in the past five years, if not longer. And now that 2020 CES is firing up out in Las Vegas next week it looks like Dell is going to impress consumers and techies once again by updating its star attraction with an amazingly …

How to Stop Smart Home Devices from Snooping on You.

The rise of smart home devices has been nothing but fantastic this year. Home and condo sales, apartment and trailer home rentals — all of them are now offering a basic smart home package as part of the move-in price. The media have had a field day warning consumers that they can’t escape the ever-present, …

Self-Checkout Technology has France in Uproar.

In France Sunday is still considered a day of rest, especially for the laboring class. In fact, it’s a law — after one p.m. on Sunday in France it is illegal for workers to work, whether in a factory or in a store. This puts a bit of a crimp in retail sails, unless, of …