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#65 Complying with GDPR legislation

In recent weeks, the self-publishing world has been getting itself very excited about the new GDPR regulations due to come into effect tomorrow, May 25, 2018. 381 more words

Email: Axiom Verge

You want impressions about Axiom Verge?

I bought Axiom Verge for the Switch, played it for 30 minutes, and never touched it again.

The music is bad, the controls feel stiff, and the weapons feel awkward to use.

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Email

District Leader (Week 24)

Hello All

This week has been pretty good overall. I am well settled into Clareview now and the work is progressing. It is hard going in this area but things are always coming along.

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Mission

Twitter, Toll-free or Email : Where do I SpeakUp?

Recently, I wanted to lodge a complaint against this horrible service I received at one of the multiplexes I visited.

I being that “Impatient Me” wanted to get to them ASAP and that got me into thinking: What do I do first? 312 more words

Twitter

I Did It Instead of Just Telling Myself...

How’s it going?

Do you ever have something in mind you know you should do…and then actually do it?

For me, that’s been some of the time this week–with one particular example in mind, of course. 158 more words

Fiction

Globe Newswire: Computer History Museum Makes the Eudora Email Client Source Code Available to the Public (PRESS RELEASE)

Globe Newswire: Computer History Museum Makes the Eudora Email Client Source Code Available to the Public (PRESS RELEASE). “Computer History Museum (CHM), the world’s leading institution exploring the history of computing and its impact on the human experience, today announced the public release and long-term preservation of the Eudora source code, one of the early successful email clients, as part of its Center for Software History’s Historical Source Code. 63 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Why you should cut “just” out of your emails

By Liz Fletcher of Pomegranite

Have you noticed how often you use the word “just” in a professional context, particularly emails? I’ve been thinking about why I use it so much in tricky situations and if it’s something that women use more than men. 439 more words

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