by Keith Robinson »
Blogger Colin D. Devroe is going on a diet and he's joining with other bloggers for support. He's also making use of technology like blogging and Flickr to help keep the group motivated. If you're looking to lose some weight this summer and you're looking for some friends to do it with, head on over and join the… »
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eHow has some tips that'll help you remember people's names. They key is to trap their name in your memory as early as possible. »
Information overload is commonplace nowadays. It's too darn easy for your message to get lost in the shuffle. Fast Company has a good article on how to get your message through all the noise. Not surprisingly, the first thing to do is choose the right medium. »
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