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What can a virtual office possibly have to do with a celebrity's outrageous antics? If you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you may not have heard of the world-class meltdown of the actor Charlie Sheen, but it's a rare soul that hasn't followed his story just a little – even by occasional peeks. The…read more →
What does a Virtual Office in Houston and the Final Four have in common? March Madness moves into April with the excitement surrounding both the event itself and the surprising teams that battled their way there reaching a fever pitch. $100 million dollars is projected to impact the local economy of Houston, Texas over the long weekend, as the…read more →
What’s the first thing you notice when you step into a Starbucks or Panera location? Well, ‘after’ the intoxicating aromas of freshly brewed coffee or freshly baked bread. These days, it’s the people taking up space typing away on their laptops or tablets, headphones in place, utterly engrossed, latte or sandwich nearby. Maybe that’s why you’ve stepped into Starbucks…read more →
The mainstream media treated us to a rare look at a most unique and rather fascinating photo and article the other day. The photo was of President Obama and two top officials sitting in what most certainly appeared to be a modest-sized blue tent. While it almost seemed comical – lo-tech science fiction – it was anything but lo-tech or…read more →
What does a Virtual Office has to do with the latest AT&T / T-Mobile deal? Some business decisions are bigger than others, and none come close this year to the March 20, 2011 bombshell that is shaking the telecom industry. Atlanta-based AT&T, the second largest wireless communications provider in the United States, announced its intention to purchase Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile…read more →
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 →