Posts in the Category: Inspiration
Women Who Startup Summit Denver Startup Week 2015
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Is more sex good for your Health?
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Sex is not only good for boosting your mood and enhancing your romantic relationship, it is extremely good for your overall health. There are miraculous benefits of sex that promote health and well-being. So, when you are having it, you might as well ponder upon the fact that it …Read More »
How a Big Agency ask like a Startup
Neil Riddell from CP&B talk at Startup Phenomenon how his division inside CP&B acts like a Startup. This is something I have seen a lot of recently, larger less agile companies are starting to fund smaller ventures within their companies to fend off the chance of missing out or being swept under the carpet by more agile startups in the same industry. Similar …Read More »
This Clever Device Keeps Food Fresh Without A Refrigerator
Instead of cold, the Wakati uses hot, humid temperatures, and still keeps produce fresh for a week.
In countries like India or Uganda, where farmers struggle to grow enough food to supply booming populations, around 40% of the crops that are produced never make it to market. Without the money for refrigeration—and in many cases, without power to run a fridge—fruits and vegetables …Read More »
Struggling With Video Marketing? Try These Tips!
If you want to promote your products and services, you can’t beat Video marketing. The key to success with video marketing is proper research. Thankfully, this article will help you get started.
Don’t forget optimization. Whenever you upload videos to different sites, create unique titles and descriptions for each. It is important to include specialized keywords, as well. Contact information is a must, too.
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At some point, professionals in all industries encounter people or organizations that need their professional assistance but cannot afford the necessary services.
I’ve seen my share of these kinds of encounters; having made “Design for Good” initiatives a priority at my design firm over the last 10 years, it is not uncommon for us to receive two to three requests a month from nonprofits or a good causes, asking for our …Read More »
Should Kids learn to Code
THE BIGGEST SUBJECT WE SHOULD BE TEACHING KIDS, BUT AREN’T
By 2020, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings, according to the Department of Labor. There is much debate over whether or not everyone should learn code, but in a time when communicating with a computer seems almost more important than communicating in a second language, it makes sense that computer …Read More »
Learning about just, non-oppressive transitions & working with labor unions
Inspiration & action
A couple weekends ago I (Katie) was invited to California to take part in a leadership convergence of 26 local 350 groups from around the US and Canada. 350.org — in case you haven’t heard of it — is a global climate justice movement that has teams in 180 …Read More »
George Lange who’s photography career has been a whirlwind and the list of who is who in front of George’s camera lens is enough to make anyone in photography wonder how he did what he did and how he got the jobs he did. We were fortunate enough to have meet George in our town of Boulder Colorado and even more fortunate to be able to do work with him …Read More »
We watch a lot of commercial and see a lot of ads living in todays world but there are those that are typical “Budweiser ads” or there are ads like this New Bell’s commercial call The Reader that …Read More »