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XLR plugs from CPC UK

Most of the time, when we are fixing or terminating XLR plugs, the brand in question is almost always Neutrik. That is why while I was at a customer’s place a couple of days back, and they asked me to terminate a new XLR plug for them, they gave me this packet, with a new XLR plug inside it. 91 more words

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Working From Home During Summertime

Summertime is in full swing. Our children may be on vacation for weeks however work-from-home moms are not so lucky.

Working from home has its challenges year round. 327 more words

Lifestyle

Anticipated Difference Between VII CPC Pensions Of Lt Col And Col(TS) Pensioners With Equal Service

In spite of many web-based discussions, blog posts and references to the subject, there appears to be no record of a serious attempt at solving the matter of armed forces pensioners with equal amount of qualifying service getting different pensions due to changes made in policy related to time-bound promotions and also introduction of new time-bound ranks. 763 more words

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Alberta doesn’t need Jason Kenney, Jason Kenney needs Alberta

By Mary Medinsky.
Featured image via Jeff McIntosh, CP.

Jason Kenney took the stage yesterday at Calgary’s Clarion Hotel to break the worst kept secret in Canada: Jason Kenney, former Harper ‘lieutenant’, will be jumping from his life (and his seat) in federal politics back to Alberta to run for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives in a bid to merge the Wildroses and the PCs together under a united ticket. 756 more words

Op-ed

What are the open rates and click-throughs of your mail pieces?

It sounds like a non-sensical question.  And it highlights another major difference between offline and online direct marketing — trackability.

Those who live in the digital marketing space are used to being able to track what happens with their emails and campaigns down to the user level.   491 more words

Online

Fake Conservatism

With the leadership race for the Conservative Party of Canada underway to replace former prime minister Stephen Harper, a selection of less than stellar candidates have entered the race.   174 more words

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