Bradley Beauford, 49, a senior sales executive for a software development company in Athens, GA, recently realized that one of his account managers must have been reading Lean In.
The newest runaway hit from children’s book publisher BookScape is the story of a little boy who is the only one in his class who does not take Ritalin or any other prescription medication to treat an attention-deficit disorder. The book has reached the top of the bestseller list only a week after its highly-anticipated release.
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Search giant Google has introduced a feature which pre-emptively provides users with the phrases they were about to search for, often before they have even typed a single letter. The company claims that these predictions are based on the online behavior of users as they visit other websites, which Google monitors in order to obtain what its CEO Eric Schmidt calls “the most helpfully accurate predictive search analytics ever”.
Conservative Christian researchers have revealed long-buried evidence that Jesus was one of the earliest proponents of requiring that the needy be carefully screened before they are offered any kind of financial assistance.
A growing number of Apian-Americans have come out in favor of a reclamation of the original meaning of the popular business term “buzz”, which many believe has been repurposed and thoroughly abused by users of social media and public relations professionals.
Although he is the creator of the popular entertainment blog “Andy’s Picks”, professional blogger Andrew Casey says that ever since his blog found mainstream success, his life has been a relentlessly miserable grind of sadness and pain.
Search engine giant Google has released a statement confirming that the company’s highly-influential web crawler, Googlebot, has begun ranking websites which include content relating to the giant Arctic mammal known as the Musk Ox at much higher levels than other sites, “pretty much for shits and giggles.”
Businesses are no longer the only ones downsizing these days. A growing number of families in the US, hit by prolonged unemployment and rising costs of living, have been forced to take a hard look at their bottom lines– and in many cases, this has resulted in reduced hours and even lay-offs of some of their less productive children.
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