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November 2011

3 Online Resources Every Biz Owner Should Tap

Are you one of those fanatical list-making people? You have a grocery list (aka a “Chopin Liszt”), a wish list and a to-do list. A “bucket list”. You even organize your spice jars in alphabetical order and put a list of which letters are missing in your collection inside the cupboard door. Sheesh… I know [...]

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E-Book ‘em, Dano! Here’s How and Why

Don’t you love the look, feel and smell of a book? The crinkling sound of its spine when you crack open a hardcover for the first time? The subtle, pleasant smell of paper and ink working together to create an escape or experience? Reading a book on a computer screen, mobile phone or e-reader just [...]

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My War on Errorism

Isn’t this a great poster? One of my American Facebook Friends shared it this week and it seemed wildly appropriate for yours truly to blog about. Typos and malapropisms abound these days. Here are three troublesome pairs I’ve spotted or have been asked about. Complimentary vs Complementary Complimentary means there’s no cost. It’s free. With [...]

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May We Always Remember, Never Forget

“Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone?” In 1970, Canadian folk singer, Joni Mitchell, wrote those lyrics to her environmental protest song, Big Yellow Taxi. This week, as Canadians prepare to observe Remembrance Day on November 11, her words could also apply to freedom. The veterans [...]

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On a Hope and a Prayer

This post is a day late because I just returned from the Deep South, where there’s a reminder of Civil War, slavery and segregation at every turn. Having grown up safely in Canada, but looking across the Niagara River at Buffalo, New York every day, I recall the race riots, civil unrest and the Viet [...]

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