And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why you must be very careful when using Wikipedia as a primary source of information.
(Not gonna lie, we kind of want that hot dog radio.)
If anyone were to send us one (or all) of these, we wouldn’t complain.
Whoa. I remember a lot of this stuff!
I’m a bit puzzled by the “showrooming” thing and really not sure which way to lean regarding its effectiveness as a business tool. The other day, my wife and I were at a Barnes & Noble store, browsing books. My wife found one she wanted. I used my handy-dandy Red Laser app on my iPhone to do a comparison price search. It found the exact same book at BN.com - for half the price. So she went to the counter and asked if she could get that price on the book there. The answer? ”No” - even though the web site said she could get in-store pickup.
I guess there are some companies that still haven’t figured out this e-commerce thing.
If you want to have a pet goldfish, park in your own driveway, or die, here are some places you probably shouldn’t live.
I must admit, I am fond of the idea of banning dying…
|—||From yet another great article by David Linthicum, in Infoworld.|
This doesn’t surprise me in the slightest. I’ve maintained for years that reading improves vocabulary and writing skill. The other observations here are almost common sense.
Even if you aren’t “in sales”, the key skills needed in sales are critical to a job search or to many situations in one’s job - whether or not it’s a “sales job”