Librarianship isn’t what you might call a physically demanding profession. Youth librarians do exert quite a bit of energy–I regularly hit 6000 steps during a day of book talks, and if I’m not sweating at the end of my toddler time then I feel like I’ve failed as a presenter–but compared to, say, my stint as a family farm hand or my time as a motel housekeeper (tip your hotel housekeeping staff, please), it’s definitely on the lower end of physically demanding work. 793 more words
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The first step in using a BIG-IQ to manage BIG-IP devices
BIG-IQ enables administrators to centrally manage BIG-IP infrastructure across the IT landscape. BIG-IQ discovers, tracks, manages, and monitors physical and virtual BIG-IP devices – in the cloud, on premise, or co-located at your preferred datacenter. 539 more words
As claimed F1 has appointed 2 former F1 engineers to form a small group who decide on the future direction of the sport.
Former Williams, Toyota and Lotus aerodynamicist Jason Somerville as well as former BAR, Honda, Brawn and Williams engineer Craig Wilson will both join the small group dedicated to making better decisions for F1. 113 more words
Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) is likely to introduce a two-year Masters of Business Administration (MBA) postgraduate degree programme from this year. The course, which is currently pending approval by the university, is expected to have a profile similar to MBA programmes offered by IIMs. 192 more words
Marketing is everything you think it is and everything you don’t think it is…
While that is stirring around in your big beautiful melon.
Obviously, all normal advertising is marketing, training for how company representatives interact with customers is marketing, text, and images on everything from white paper to web pages and business cards is marketing. 525 more words