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Cooking up global goodness over Skype

What makes each culture different, but brings us all together like nothing else can? Food! The scents, stories, and sharing a homemade meal around the table together—few things are quite so satisfying or make us feel more connected. 992 more words

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Keeping it fresh – a long distance romance thrives thanks to Skype

For Public Relations professional Erin Key, Skype video calling was something her family had been using for years. Her facility with it came in handy when she and her boyfriend Tyler, both from Kansas City, Missouri, became separated by school and work. 780 more words

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Wedding planners say "I do" to Skype

There’s no shortage of ways for today’s brides and grooms to go online to research, plan and commemorate their big day. From DIY wedding planners to wedding photo books, it’s all available 24/7. 738 more words

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Shortening the distance between home and traveling abroad

Tara Cappel has a passion for travel.

So much so that she started her own travel company called For The Love Of Travel to make it easier for busy, career-oriented young people to experience the mind-opening benefits of travel while still having a full-time job. 994 more words

Garage & Updates

On trend and always online. Skype meets a virtual fashion stylist

“A girl should be two things… classy and fabulous.” — Coco Chanel

Founder of Mia Collins Design, Mia is a personal stylist and interior designer who has a passion for all things to do with fashion. 695 more words

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Build better user stories

I previously wrote a post called THE POWER OF RUXD -REAL USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN (DONE WELL) which you can find here within my blog. Today’s entry will expand further on the 10 steps to creating efficient and impactful user stories. 1,487 more words

Efficiency

INVEST on your user stories :)

Invest: Independent, the story should not depend on other stories

iNvest: Negotiable, the story could be changed before and during the sprint

inVest: Valuable, it should deliver value to stackholders… 27 more words

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