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Fattest bass I’ve heard from a beat-boxer yet!


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Great perspective on freelancing with advice for those who find themselves in a similar role.

The Good, the Bad and the Freelancer Whenever someone asks what I do and I explain that I'm a freelance designer working out of my own studio, I tend to get the same reaction "You're so lucky! I wish I could work on my own too." But becoming a freelancer wasn't something I really planned in advance. It sorta chose me. Yes, being a freelancer certainly has its perks – I won't lie. I get to wake up at 9 or 10am on most days and head to the studio at my own leisure. You also get the fr … Read More

via Lorena's Epiphany

But seriously fellow Brits, vote for choice and get yourselves out of the 2 party conundrum.Vote YES! For AV

Panch! Panch!


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We’re back with our series of similar songs with a battle between two big uplifting choons. First up is The Cult with their triple S alliteration followed by their modern compatriots, arena rock giants, Foo Fighters.

A highly recommended Top 5 Tips on how to gain virtual commitment amongst a group of people who many not necessarily have met one another face-to-face. Click the hyperlink in the title above to take a look!

5 Keys to Building Real Trust in a Virtual Group Dear Dr. Scott, I’m working in one of the virtual groups in your online Masters class. I’m at my wit’s end trying to complete our group tasks for this first week of working together. To be honest, it’s really challenging to “collaborate” with the group when there are only 2 of the 6 of us present online in our virtual group’s wor- space! I have tried to engage our members. I have emailed them. I have posted requests for folks to jump in to the di … Read More

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