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Phone Chat - Put down the remote and pick up the phone and dial a chat line now!

Friends - ?Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god.

The Forcing of High Tech Economic Models on Incorrect Regional Areas - Economic development associations would be wise to not force high Tech economic models in regions where they do not fit.

UFO I Long to Again Traipse Around on Mars - From my last Mars article you will remember that I was looking at my choices from the Mars Global Surveyor Mars Orbiter Camera Image Gallery and chose MOC Narrow-Angle Image Gallery: Mars Chart 03: Arcadia.

What Was Your Favorite Day In High School - If you?d like to get to know people, you can do it by asking about their experiences in high school.

The Sins of the Father Shall Be Passed on to the Children - How many times growing up, we swear to ourselves, we will never be like our parents? Too many times to remember, but now here we are all grown up with children of our own, and lo and behold?.


Web Communication

Don't let your business get left behind and learn what's the latest in corporate communication. Harness the power of web communication through technologies like web conferences, web-based seminars, multimedia strategies, and more.

Fiorina's Vindication

The lead sentence in the San Jose Mercury News's report says it all: " Carly Fiorina is back in Wall Street's good graces."


the unified communications

While the concept of unified communications (UC) is quite simple, the drivers for businesses deploying it have until now been a bit arbitrary.


Pharm's way: learn how to protect yourself from the lafrom Interactive Corporate

Your company probably already has detailed, company-wide databases in the form of either an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system or


 web conferences

I have never met Ted Craver, a senior vice president and chief financial officer with Rosemead, Calif.-based Edison International, a multibillion-


How Communication Kept a Company Together
HR in any organization can learn from Aon Corporation's cataclysmic September 11 experience. Evacuation drills and first-aid kits aren't enough anymore. HR also has to prepare a crisis communication plan.