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Social Media for Dummies: Part III

In Social Media for Dummies: Part I and Part II, I broke down how various social media sites function and what their overall purpose is in terms of usage and function. 758 more words

Generation Y

If the suit doesn't fit . . .

A little while ago I read a rather concerning article. It surrounded a new subject that was creeping its way into school curriculums – workplace behaviour. 524 more words

Little Pink Book

In the world of rom-coms, we know that a little black book is bad news. Case in point, the 2004 film Little Black Book. The book itself is re-imagined as a palm pilot, and although it’s a piece of technology that belongs in a museum for 2000s relics better left behind, it still manages to cause the same romantic mishaps that would be expected of an actual little black book. 437 more words

Career

New Beginnings

In the wise words of Semisonic, “Every beginning comes from some other beginning’s end”

It took me a while to truly understand the meaning behind this. 402 more words

Passing Thoughts

Millennial activist swims with sharks

You wouldn’t think that sharks need to be protected, but 29-year-old marine activist Ocean Ramsey is setting out to change that notion. Millennial magazine profiles Ramsey’s efforts to protect sharks and give their their image as savage killers a much-needed overhaul: 234 more words

Twenties

Book Report: Not Everyone Gets a Trophy


“Yes, Generation Y will be more difficult to recruit, retain, motivate, and manage than any other new generation to enter the workforce. But this will also be the most high-performing workforce in history for those who know how to manage them properly.” (Not Everyone Gets a Trophy – p4

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Leadership

The need for less usage of the Internet (for things we used to be able to do)

The irony of this title does not escape me. I am writing on the internet about how we should all use the internet less!

Statistics show that 36 hours 49 minutes is spent by each adult per month online, which is an increase from the previous figures by over 6 hours a month (Ofcom, March 2014). 753 more words