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Golden Days – a Life in Photography

I’ve been sifting through a lifetime of images over the last few weeks, in a myriad of formats – prints, transparencies and digital files. What started out as a simple quest: to find photos of my daughter Erin at various ages in her life, for a bridal shower “game”, quickly turned into a major,  yet […]

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AeroTech

Understanding and Choosing the Right CFL

  By now, our readers and customers may be aware that our famous 20,000 hour Rough-Service light bulb is the longest lasting incandescent bulb on the market; It also happens to be exempt from the recent incandescent ban. But did you also know that our Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (CFL’S) are the best of their […]

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Surface Pro 3

Surface Summer Celebration

Come meet retired football star Brian Urlacher at the Microsoft store at Woodfield Mall store Saturday, June 28.  Get your hands on the all new Surface Pro 3 plus enter to win a trip to Hawaii! http://msft.it/sp3cele    

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Meet the tablet that will replace your laptop this weekend at Microsoft

Surface Pro 3: the tablet that can replace your laptop. It is the most powerful, thinnest, and lightest Surface Pro yet. It is a full PC and a brilliant tablet. Microsoft Surface Blog Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President – Microsoft Surface Edited for length. Surface Pro 3: the tablet that can replace your laptop. It […]

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Timing is Everything

Have you ever looked back at your life and wondered “How would things have turned out differently if…..I hadn’t have moved to a new part of the country when I was 13 years old or if I had stayed at Syracuse University instead of leaving school after completing my sophomore year and traveling around the […]

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Web Conferencing for Training and Education

Using Web Conferencing for Training and Education

Businesses and educational institutions are realizing the cost and time-saving benefits of using web conferencing for training and instruction.

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What are some low-cost ways to market your business?

Monday marks the start of National Small Business week. Every year since 1963, the President of the United States has issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week in recognition of the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business. As […]

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Webinar

Webinar Best Practices – Part 3 – Following-up

Timely and meaningful follow-up with participants after a webinar will allow you to evaluate its effectiveness, track results and improve future events.

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Federal Contractors: Don’t Sit on Your Certs

The Federal Sales Sherpa, Eileen Kent, says, “Businesses which have gone through the trouble of registering at Sam.gov, as well as becoming certified as an 8a contractor, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned business, a HubZone or an Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned business, must have jumped through a lot of hoops to get their certifications.” “And […]

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Digital Manufacturing

Open Forums on the Digital Lab for Manufacturing

Hosted by the City of Chicago, World Business Chicago and the Digital Lab, the upcoming open forums will introduce the new Digital Lab for Manufacturing in multiple regions within the city. By attending the open forums, attendees will learn how small- and medium-enterprise (SME) manufacturers across all industries can capture its benefits. On May 2 and […]

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DoceriBlog

How a Twitter Chat Changed My Social Media Life

You may have read some of my blog posts where I have included AIMS math activities explained with the use of Doceri whiteboard presentations. Because I have been incorporating Doceri in my posts I was contacted by the @teamDoceri social media people asking me if I would consider being the featured guest on their April […]

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Webinar

Webinar Best Practices – Part 1 – Planning Your Event

Webinars or online presentations are a cost-effective event and communication tool for your business that should be planned well in advance.

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2014 NAB Show

2014 NAB Wrap Up

Still photographers and motion shooters love to get a “first”  look at “new gear”. Here are a few interesting items I saw last week at the NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters): Cameras Black Magic Ursa A 4K camera at an affordable price (around $6,500) that will be shipping in July. They’re calling it the […]

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Why does search marketing matter so much?

Bing Ads Express for Small and Midsize Businesses: Quick and Easy Online Advertising You have seen the ads for Bing, but you haven’t tried it yet, right? When invited to take the Bing It On Challenge, participants chose Bing over Google for the web’s top searches. Try it for yourself at www.BingItOne.com Now you know. […]

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Why does Microsoft offer free resources to teachers?

I have recently had the opportunity to talk with school districts about our Educator Workshops and the online resources Microsoft offers to teachers at no cost. Learning is no longer contained within the four walls of a classroom. A virtual learning environment is powerful in supporting the development of a range of 21st Century skills, […]

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Businesses Reap Rewards with Two Rivers’ Affinity Program for Conferencing Services

TRC Online Meeting Blog: Businesses Reap Rewards with Two Rivers’ Affinity Program for Conferencing Services

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