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Tis March 17, when, no matter your heritage, everyone becomes Irish! And if you're actually Irish; well, how lucky is that? Originally a religious holiday, St. Patrick's Day has become a huge international secular celebration of Irish culture – and, some trivia – one of the biggest days of the year for alcohol consumption. Large, raucous, parades mark St….read more →
With a jackpot estimated to be $201 million, entering the Mega Millions lottery just might be the most entertainment you can buy for a buck. But don't order that yacht just yet: your odds of matching all five numbers and the Mega number is 1 in 175,711,536. With odds of approximately 1 in 750,000 you are about 234 times more…read more →
This week, Austin, Texas is the creative community's place to be – buzzing with stars and innovators from the film, music, and new media communities as the South By Southwest Conferences and Festivals hit town. A fabulous city in which to open a virtual office! Stars, creative heavyweights and industry leaders arrived in Austin this week to showcase, discuss,…read more →
We live in the era of advanced technology. It is quite possible that your small business could be conducted entirely on your smartphone, but there are big reasons why it shouldn't. That's why we recommend using a Virtual Office. There are things that just can't be trusted to a personal cellular device: The difference between "call me" and "call…read more →
An interesting article, 'A Small Business Made to Seem Bigger', was published the other day in The New York Times' Business Day section. It offered ideas on using online technology to make a small business seem larger than it is, with a reach that would appear to match larger rival companies. When a topic becomes worthy of space in the New York Times – and the article…read more →
Just about everyone’s big question of the morning was “How did your Oscar favorites do?” Did your personal scorecard come close to the actual winners, or did you think they got it all wrong? Was the new duo of hosts a thumbs up or down? And, most importantly, what did you think of the fashion sense of the actresses on…read more →