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influencers...'Good People, Good Business' {Presentation Review}

Influencers ‘Good People – Good Business’


The pressures associated with running and managing a business can be significant. The daily challenge of managing cash flow, client relationships and operational issues are always a challenge; the list of daily tasks can seem endless, but for most owner managers this comes with its own rewards – the enormous satisfaction of building something unique, the financial stability, the opportunities for personal growth are all frequently voiced by those running their own businesses, but things don’t always go to plan. 2,067 more words

Business Management

Guest Post by Rabbi Dr. Stuart Dauermann | Back to the Future, and It *IS* a Shock!

Dr. Emmett Brown and Marty McFly of “Back to the Future” fame are currently recuperating at an undisclosed location from what they term “mega future shock.”  It seems that Brown and McFly, in their most recent adventure, visited a combined MJAA/UMJC Conference in New America city, Bernisopolis, “in the mid-distant future.” Brown said they were stunned to discover something for which no one could have been adequately prepared. 285 more words

Pop Culture

Doing Good with Data - Human-Centered Data Science For Social Good GHC16

Measuring civic life is critical to improving it. This was the core message I got from an enlightening panel of five women in the field of data science, who introduced themselves by their favorite data sets, and Civic Data to the audience – what it is, who owns it and how citizens could leverage it. 496 more words

Big Data

Broadband Communities Conference Day Two Notes: Local matters, voters matter, money matters

Another great day of stories of success and some hardship from people who are willing to share their advice. We heard about how to build a business case to get a community broadband plan off the ground and keep the public engaged and the importance of getting people to use the broadband once it’s there. 150 more words


“Noire is the New Noir” Conference

Saturday November 5th, 2016

Room, C-104, American University of Paris, Combes building,

6, rue du Colonel Combes. 75007 Paris

08h30 – 09h00 – Registration


09h00 – 09h15 – Welcoming remarks (Alice Craven & Russell Williams) 317 more words


Fields, Sherds, and Scholars

It’s been all teaching for me since late August as I manage courses at Messiah College in Latin, Ancient Civilizations, and Historical Archaeology (including a little field component). 303 more words

Archaeological Survey

Frankfurt Book Fair 2016

This week we’re at the Frankfurt Book Fair – the world’s largest trade fair for books.

In 2015, the Book Fair had a whopping 275 791… 36 more words