Check out this article from USA TODAY: Her son shot his way into an Indiana high school. Now she's facing six felony charges https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/10/20/mom-faces-felony-charges-after-son-brought-gun-school/4046413002/
Credit to - The Hustle What an amazing article by the Hustle. This is a great read, and you need to sign up for their emails. For those who don't want to sign up, you can read the artcile below. The restaurant owner who asked for 1-star Yelp reviews How one small business owner … Continue reading The restaurant owner who asked for 1-star Yelp reviews
Excellent Article by The Hustle. You can subscribe to this daily news email as well. Well worth the time. Published on: Sunday, May 19, 2019 Shark Tank deep dive: A data analysis of all 10 seasons What does the average Shark Tank deal look like? It depends on what you’re pitching — and who … Continue reading Shark Tank deep dive: A data analysis of all 10 seasons
Another great article from "The Hustle" Published: May 23, 2019 The gig economy is just a big, fun game -- but who are the real winners and losers? Hundreds of employees in Amazon’s massive fulfillment factories spend hours playing video games that gamify their monotonous workdays. Using dragons, castles, and sports cars, these … Continue reading The gig economy is just a big, fun game — but who are the real winners and losers?
by Wired Magazine - April 1, 2019 Maja Hitij/Getty Images Science is built, enhanced, and developed through the open and structured sharing of knowledge. Yet some publishers charge so much for subscriptions to their academic journals that even the libraries of the world’s wealthiest universities such as Harvard are no longer able to afford the … Continue reading The Quest to Topple Science-Stymying Academic Paywalls
Home DNA kit company says it’s working with the FBI Lisa Vaas 2 hours ago FamilyTreeDNA – one of the larger makers of at-home genealogy test kits – has disclosed that it’s quietly been giving the FBI access to its database of 1 million DNA profiles to help solve violent crime. Investigators’ use of public … Continue reading Home DNA kit company says it’s working with the FBI
Some think the “fast radio bursts” could be evidence of an extraterrestrial civilization. Sep. 24, 2018 / 12:09 PM CDT (NBC News.com) For the past decade, scientists have been puzzling over powerful, millisecond-long flashes of energy from deep space. Some scientists think these “fast radio bursts,” or FRBs, come from natural sources, such as newborn … Continue reading Is it aliens? Scientists detect more mysterious radio signals from distant galaxy
Jackson Grown: Ngofeen Mputubwele August 20, 2018 Writing by Jon Mark Walls (ourjacksonhome.com) The year was 1984, and a young student from a remote region in the heart of Africa walked out of a small Jesuit mission in what is today the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Makim Mputubwele was leaving a torn country to … Continue reading Jackson Grown: Ngofeen Mputubwele
The 12 Best Jobs for the Future By Robert Half July 24, 2018 at 6:00am When contemplating your career plans, focus not only on the kind of work that fits you well now but also on what offers a path to the best jobs of the future. “Sounds reasonable,” you say, “but what specific positions … Continue reading The 12 Best Jobs for the Future
Kathy writes a good outline for you to consider when understanding SFMC vs Pardot. Thanks Kathy... By Kathy BrownApr 27, 2017 Help & Training I’ve been working with marketing automation tools for a little over 5-years and have had exposure to several tools, each with unique pros and cons. One question I am … Continue reading Salesforce Marketing Cloud or Pardot … How do I pick?
excellent technology provided by Firefox. Long overdue. Firefox support for WebAuthn shows passwords the door 11 MAY 2018 0Firefox, Mozilla Something important happened in the world of passwords this week – Firefox 60 has become the first browser to support a new standard called Web Authentication (WebAuthn). Developed as a joint effort by the … Continue reading Firefox support for WebAuthn shows passwords the door
Not that I've ponder a career change into this area, but I've known a few people who left their professional careers behind to pursue this job; and up until a 2015, they did quite well for themselves. Anyway, I thought you might like to see what this type of professional work pays. Take in … Continue reading Landman Salaries – change your career…
WOW - I had no idea that this was being built. This is an interesting process, and it takes a lot of money to fund such a project, but this is still impressive. I've attached a preview of the webpage for your viewing pleasure. The 10,000 Year Clock The full scale 10,000 Year Clock is … Continue reading The 10,000 Year Clock
Chatbots, AI and serving customers with Salesforce Service Cloud Posted on January 24, 2018 in AI, Guides by: Mikhail Naumov Co-founder & President of DigitalGenius, a practical AI tool for Salesforce Service Cloud. When people think of AI for customer service, they tend to fall into two camps. The first group pictures a hapless … Continue reading Chatbots???
By Yvette Fletcher, Jan 2018 retrieved: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/smart-home-security-systems/article/how-to-buy-the-best-smart-home-security-system - Which? The humble burglar alarm now has a new cutting-edge competitor. A new wave of smart home security systems have hit the market, which combine many of the features of a traditional burglar alarm with the ability to monitor, control and interact with your home from … Continue reading How to buy the best smart home security system – Which?
Mr. Galvin, of Galvin Consulting, a Salesforce Consulting Group, wrote a nice article on an area that is mostly ignored - Field Service users of Salesforce. I thought I'd share this article below. Gary Galvin As technology transforms the world we live in, customers are also demanding the same from their services. For organizations … Continue reading Improving the Service Experience With Field Service Lightning
Stephanie Walden, for Bright Line EatingPublished 10:43 a.m. ET Jan. 11, 2018 Imagine sitting down to a massive dinner spread: a huge pot roast, perhaps, complete with a smorgasbord of side dishes and, for good measure, a pie for dessert. After eating such a meal—let’s call it a 1,200-calorie dinner—you’re stuffed…right? At least, you’re … Continue reading Brain scientists identify a new kind of hunger that makes us overeat
Embedding video into an article allows you to provide or supplement any support content with a video in the framework of a searchable knowledge base. By default, the Salesforce Knowledge Base package PKB2 removes the standard Vidyard embed codes from knowledge base articles. As of Winter '14, a method has been provided to allow all … Continue reading Embed a Vidyard player into a Salesforce Knowledge article
A good read by Ashley Knott Ashley KnottJanuary 12, 2016 https://www.revolutiongroup.com/blog/youve-implemented-salesforce-knowledge-what-now/ NOTE: This is the 2nd blog on Salesforce Knowledge and how to determine if it is right for your company. If you have not read part one, “Is Salesforce Knowledge Right For You,” please click here before continuing. Part two will focus on what … Continue reading You’ve Implemented Salesforce Knowledge – What Now?
I love this article, and I think it is a great resource for those who look to engage employees and their roles. I've attached the article below: FollowFollow Brigette Hyacinth By: Brigette Hyacinth Author: The Future of Leadership: Rise of Automation, Robotics, and AI Published on December 27, 2017 Employees join companies but … Continue reading Employees don’t leave Companies, they leave Managers