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A roundup of the day’s news that can help you and your business succeed 1. Public Secret In a highly anticipated move, document-sharing company Box has filed for an IPO, according to an unnamed source. Box founder Aaron Levie, Inc.’s 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year, beat rival Dropbox to the punch. —Inc.com 2. Super Showcase […]
Emergencies can and will strike your business without warning. Get prepared by planning ahead. Panic, pandemonium and mayhem tore through the southeast United States this week, leaving in its wake a foul winter storm. Yes, in that order. This past week, the news of winter storm Leon preemptively closed schools and even prompted our South […]
The time is now for business, government, and educational groups to work together to develop qualified candidates for tech jobs. I have good news and bad news. My 15-year-old technology services firm, Tribridge, added 200 positions in 2013, and we are looking to hire even more people in 2014. The problem is not with our […]
Muffled microphones and ghostly vocals, Skiss – meaning sketches in Swedish – is racked with an unplaceable nostalgia Reading on mobile? Click here to watch Released on Swedish label Adrian Recordings, Alice Boman’s debut EP, Skisser (meaning sketches in Swedish), wasn’t meant to come out at all. Not only were the songs themselves not really […]
Californian rockers hail ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ to occupy slot once filled by Hendrix ahead of Super Bowl appearance The Red Hot Chili Peppers will headline this year’s Isle of Wight festival, topping the bill on Saturday night for the band’s only UK gig of 2014. “It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity, following […]
Michael Caine’s early films defined the look of an era, but with scores by John Barry, Quincy Jones and Sonny Rollins they also defined its soundrack There is a kind of music in Michael Caine’s voice: deceptively flat, barely inflected, emitting just the tiniest glints of detached insolence and laconic menace as it maps the […]
Yes, many things and people in life are intensely annoying, and the natural reaction to them is sheer, volcanic hatred. But most of them are also entirely inconsequential, so why bother? Reading on mobile? Click here to watch Kindle Mayday advertI found myself hating the Kindle Mayday button advert the other day. You know, the […]