Noted.

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Noted. In all the years that my father signed my report card, he would simply put this one word down and sign.  No matter how lengthy the report from the teachers.  Sometimes complimentary, and sometimes pointing my weaknesses. In all the years of dealing with a world full of friendship, betrayal, love, undermining, he had probably realized that most of what is said has little meaning.  Worse, his silence and expression that was pithy at best, suggested his contempt for speaking out … [Read more...]

Gender Bias in Job postings turn women off from applying

A recent study by Gaucher, Friesen, & Kay published in American Psychological Association has suggested that gender-biased words used in advertising create significant issues for women psychologically when applying for jobs.  That, job descriptions that lack feminine-gender words actually repel female applicants! The hypothesis the team started with was that "to women, masculine-themed words alerts them to the possibility that they will not fit or do not belong". To test the team created … [Read more...]

History of Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office has largely defined the work-space of the modern workers in the last 25 years.  Everything that we have done in the Corporate world has used MS Office in every way.  The Excel, the power-points the Word, and now even the MS OneNote.  Here is a history of this App Suite, probably the most successful business product every which has remained on top of its game for so long.  (click on the image for larger view) … [Read more...]


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