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Happy Administrative Professionals Day to All the Skilled Assistants Who Keep Offices Running Smoothly!

by Susan Kemph, Senior Administrative Assistant, skemph@stcharlesil.gov

Today, many of us will celebrate Administrative Professionals Day. This recognition day was launched in 1952 by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Charles W. 487 more words

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Do you feel you are an introvert? How to run a brainstorm session for introverts if you believe in it?

Do you feel you are an introvert? Do you believe in Brainstorming session?

Cocktail party trivia: Brainstorming was invented in the 1930s as a practical idea-generation technique for regular use by “creatives” within the ad agency BBDO. 1,002 more words

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REVIEW: Mad Men (Season 1, 2007)

So many critics agree that we are all living in the Golden Age of Television. Just like with most of other great historical eras, there is a disagreement over when such Golden Age began. 1,324 more words

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Are you still stuck with exams? please go back, this post isn’t for you.

When you realise that there are no classes from tomorrow and you need to kill your time wisely this summer, and your wacky friend comes out to you for suggestions on TV shows throw this article on him/her. 1,886 more words

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What Are The Best 'Unbingeable' TV Shows? Our Writers Weigh In

When people ask me if they should watch The Leftovers, I usually give a qualified “yes.” It’s an amazing show, I’ll say. Well-made, thought-provoking, and occasionally — very occasionally — deeply hilarious in very surprising ways. 1,718 more words

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"MAD MEN": The Specter of Intolerance

”MAD MEN”: THE SPECTER OF INTOLERANCE

Matthew Weiner’s acclaimed television series, ”MAD MEN”, had addressed many issues that American society had faced in both the past and today. 1,083 more words

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Hairpin Leg Coffee Table Hack (+ bonus side table!)

My interest in mid-century modern style was sparked while reading a Smithsonian article about Frank Lloyd Wright back in 2009 (the article is pretty ancient now, but still a great read!), and since then my love for the clean lines and nature-inspired elements of the style that defined the 40s and 50s has only grown. 1,040 more words

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