Posted by crystina brooks at 11:18 AM
A recent government study of car accidents put cameras in cars to see what happens right before an accident. They found that in 80% of crashes the driver was distracted during the three seconds preceding the incident. In other words, the driver lost focus — maybe they wrote a text, glanced at a tweet, changed the radio station, liked a facebook update, snacked on cereal, or fiddled with their Bluetooth. Regardless of which trivial task the driver was distracted by, they ultimately lost focus and crashed.
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Posted by ali manton at 4:12 PM
In the world today – where everything is connected through social media
; technology and marketing tactics are changing so quickly that hiring managers cannot possibly know what new technology is going to disrupt their marketing plans and strategies in the not too distant future....
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Posted by crystina brooks at 10:40 AM
Social media - we all have different reasons for using it. Some want to stay connected to loved ones and friends; others use it as a vehicle for promotion - self, B2C or B2B; it’s even used to connect with strangers, offer advice, rant, rave - anything, really. But there is also a group of individuals who don't like social media, whether it's because they don't understand the depth of its capabilities, think it's too invasive or think it's just a plain 'ole waste of their time. I happen to fall into the latter group - social media is a huge time sucker.
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Posted by katie collins at 10:18 AM