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- Kristen Wiig may have just left a downright hilarious legacy on Saturday Night Live, but she's not the only funny lady giving us the giggles. From veteran acts like Joan Rivers and Lucille Ball, to modern jesters like Amy Poehler and Chelsea Handler, our roundup features the silliest lady comics who tickle our fancy, not to mention our funny bones. By Jessica Velez
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This Post mentions a review on a revolutionary plugin for the WordPress blog. Glad to know that MaxBlogPress is releasing this wonder plugin ThienTruongJV.
So after a long hang around the plugin is finally released officially and I am here to detail its features and magnificence or it won't be wrong if I say that I am here to review this plugin for my fellow bloggers.
The Plugin I am talking about is 'MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitor Back'. Before proceeding with the review I would like to ask you a few questions -
- Is your blog having a good number of RSS subscribers?
- Are your RSS subscribers coming back to your blog regularly or are reading your blog posts on Feed Reader?
- Are you doing something to bring your RSS blog subscribers back to your blog?
I am asking these questions because I have often seen the most of the RSS feed subscribers usually don't come back toRead More »from MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back Review
- Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo! blogger | Work + Money – Wed, Jul 18, 2012 1:19 PM EDT
Steven Mann, PhD
Shine's spotlight of the most jaw-dropping photo from today's news.
Looking through news headlines on the Internet this morning, I thought a pack of scary clowns was going to jump out from behind my computer and scream, "July Fools!" when I saw this beauty. I actually blinked a few times and then an did extensive search to make sure the story wasn't a hoax, and apparently, its real. According to reports, University of Toronto professor, inventor, and resident steam punk freakazoid Steve Mann walked into a Paris McDonald's with his wife and two children and was assaulted by employees because he wouldn't remove his cyborg specs…something about "not allowing cameras." Problem was, the virtual reality glasses, are surgically attached. This image/story leaves me with so many unanswered questions, most of all, why would anyone go to a McDonald's in Paris?Read More »from So This Happened: Man Assaulted for Wearing Cyborg Glasses
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- Astrology.com FinanceScopes | Work + Money – Wed, Jul 18, 2012 12:21 PM EDT
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
You're responding to numbers in emotional ways today, and that's not such a bad thing. Nervous energy can clean your house or cook you and your family a fabulous meal if channeled correctly! On the other hand, it can get you in serious debt if you're not careful -- so be careful.
Today's Aries Reading: Free Sample Personal Astrology Profile
Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
You're usually on fire to get out there and conquer the world, but today you are too busy focusing on the home front. Things around the house need your attention, and the squeaky wheel could be literal or figurative.
Today's Taurus Reading: Free Sample Friends and Lovers Reading
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
Someone less adaptable than you would have gone under long ago. You're getting used to making due -- in fact, you're
Be More Creative Every DayWe've all been there, and maybe more often than we care to admit. Whether it's at the computer, in front of the classroom, or standing before a blank canvas, we've all had that feeling that we have absolutely nothing more to say. Worse, we may feel that we have nothing fresh or original to contribute, as though the well of inspiration has dried up, with nothing more to follow. And although we may have been in this place before-and successfully overcome it-it's a disconcerting feeling. It's a problem that can be easily overcome, however, with five simple techniques that will energize your life with fresh inspiration.
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The first and most important technique is also the simplest: allocate time for inspiration in your calendar every day. If the workday is already wall-to-wall with commitments, be creative in keeping this appointment with your muse. Take a half-hour from your lunch break, or get up half-an-hour earlier in the morning.Read More »from 5 Simple Techniques to Be More Creative Every Day
Have you gone on a job interview recently and found yourself perplexed by a weird question or two? In today’s competitive world, companies are putting you to the test before you even get your foot in the door. Employers want to see your cognitive skills, how you think on your feet, and, in this “sound byte world” we’re living in, how you stand out. Shine’s Senior Editor Lylah Alphonse talks about the latest trends in (what seem to be) wacky interview questions and how to best approach answering them.
What is the weirdest question you’ve been asked on a job interview? Let us know in the comments below.
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Learn these strategies to make your employees happy, and extravagantly execute them. You'll create a better business.
Simple Ways to Make People Happy at Work
Most CEOs know that, if their workers are happy, they're also more productive. But how to make them happy is the challenge. Many take the goal too personally and try to build staff contentment through personal relationships. They get exhausted and find the strategy simply won't scale.
So what can you realistically pull off to make people happy at work?
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People want to stretch, to develop their natural talents, feel their life has a narrative and is going somewhere. When they feel that they are growing, they may be exhausted but they're also inspired, energetic, and willing to take on a great deal. (That's one reason why investing in people can deliver a higher return that investing in new technology.) Anyone who reports to you (and anyone who reports to them) should have a
Tips for Handling a Migraine at WorkAlthough more people in the U.S. suffer from Migraine than from asthma and diabetes combined, Migraine remains one of the most under diagnosed, misunderstood, and under-treated of diseases. A recent poll found that 61 percent of Migraine-sufferers took over-the-counter medications or nothing at all for Migraines. Here are some tips for handling your Migraine in the workplace.
Understand Migraines are a Disease, Not Just a Bad Headache
Don't minimize your Migraine to "just a headache." Migraine is =a real medical condition like diabetes or asthma. It is a disease with a range of symptoms that are as debilitating as the pain itself.
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Be Your Best Advocate
Talk to a doctor about your Migraines and how best to manage them. There are many effective new treatments for Migraines, the newest of which are called triptans. They stop the migrainous process in the brain Read More »from 6 Tips for Handling Migraines at Work
- Jeremi Hotkins | Work + Money – Tue, Jul 17, 2012 9:37 PM EDT
One Minute Commissions reviews have been released by Mike Auton for his new product. Mike Auton's new product One Minute Commissions has already been a hit and people are flocking to the product like crazy and for good reason. People are having One Minute Commissions's methods.
Just take Herbert, Irvin and John. Here's what they did in just a few days.
Herbert earned $1,587.24 in 3 days. Irvin earned 1,695.36 in 3 days. John earned $2,521.37 in 3 days.
And that's just the beginning of the One Minute Commissions reviews.
After a quick One Minute Commissions Review, believes this is something that can really help people to start earning money online. Not only can it help them earn money online it can help them do it quickly and without having to have any super advanced technical skills.
Mike Auton is limiting the number of people he is allowing to purchase One Minute Commissions. HeRead More »from One Minute Commissions Reviews by Mike Auton & Rebecca Roberts
Remember the good old days when resumes were postmarked and resignation letters were handed over in person? Technology has sped up the way we land, keep and lose our jobs but it's also given birth to some wildly famous cautionary tales. For what not to do in work's 2.0 era, take a lesson from the world's biggest job fails. -- By Piper Weiss, Shine staff
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