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“There are always limits, and there are always opportunities. The ones we rehearse and focus on are the ones that shape our attitude and our actions.”
– Seth Godin
1. Death by PowerPoint? 5 Programs to Bring Your Presentations to Life
Many of us have sat through countless PowerPoint presentations, waiting and wishing for them to end. Why? Honestly, the presentations are mind-numbingly boring! But when you need to give a presentation and want to avoid the blank stares and awkward yawns, here are five programs you can use that can help breathe life into it via @lifehack
2. Seven Apps That Will Make You a Happier Person
You have apps for social media, email, and productivity, but are you using your smartphone to find bliss?
Check out these seven apps that are sure to improve your quality of life. They can make you feel calmer, keep your brain sharp, and just inspire you to be happier.
3. Companies We Respect:
Great company that we admire. They are called ” One Day Graphics” . All your graphic needs under one roof done in a day at competitive prices. No bull, just no-frills quality service.
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Both an email newsletter and a website, Media In Canada is a key resource for media buyers and planners, marketers and media sellers, providing a heads-up on property launches and changes in all media, including TV network programming and schedules.
4. Ten Best Google Drive Add-Ons You Should Be Using
Google Drive is a great alternative for individuals who don’t have a word processor or any form of an office suite. It allows them to make documents, powerpoint presentations, excel documents and more without the added memory being eaten up or having to load a software on your computer. For those who do have a word processing suite, Google Drive is a great way to have collaborative documents on your computer. For example, it is the office software that I make use of whenever I have a group presentation that needs a couple of extra hands. While it is already a great service, add-ons make it even better. Here are ten Google Drive add-ons that we love via @lifehack
5. Eleven Most Stunning Architectural Projects in America Right Now
Remember that mild economic downturn we had a few years ago? Yeah, that was not good. Not good at all. But somehow, “too big to fail” failed to stop some big, beautiful architectural masterpieces from coming to fruition. Thrillist rounded up 11 of the most innovative structures to rise from the ground or undergo massive renovation over the past six years, from the biggest construction project in US history, to a not-so-lowly scout hut, to an airport so sweet you’ll pray for delays. here
6. RVLLR Finds of the Week: J.CREW A2 LIGHTWEIGHT BOMBER JACKET
This blue jacket by Wallace & Barnes, J.Crew’s vintage-inspired division, takes its design cues from the military bombers worn in World War II. Updated with a soft nylon and cotton blend rather than leather, it’s a casual, versatile piece. Try wearing it with workwear-style boots for a utilitarian look via @MrPorter
7. The Best Burger in Every State in America
Over the last three months, we researched, ate, and fought over everything from pork belly pastrami-covered burgers in Pennsylvania to griddled patties in Indiana. And now we think we’ve got a case for a burger you’re going to love in every single state in the Union. Get in there.