I am a recent college graduate trying to figure out my next step in life. Until then, I’m living life day by day. I’m enjoying spending time with my friends and family, doing some traveling and relaxing, and finally reading a book for fun for the first time in years.
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Last year, Google’s in-flight WiFi (GoGo) was limited to those flying Virgin America from select airports. This year, service has been extended to AirTran and Delta as well, and will run for free from Nov. 20 to Jan. 2, 2011. Hopefully, we can all be a little bit more cheery come the holidays, courtesy of Google.
If you’re not already addicted to your smart-phone, you soon will be. Seriously. Your smart-phone is or will soon be your best friend, your life support, and your go-to source for everything.
Your initial presentation of yourself can be what makes or breaks you when it comes to your resume landing in the “yes” pile. Here’s what you need to know.
Social media is rapidly becoming the platform from which we get a large portion (most) of the news. I found out that Michael Jackson died on Facebook, Brittany Murphy on Twitter, and that Randy Moss was traded via breaking news updates on my iPhone. The news literally comes to me. I no longer have to go to CNN’s website or watch news broadcasts on TV. I can just log into my social media news generator of choice.
Being the baby is a bittersweet, fine line. There are sad times, like being too short to ride the roller coaster, being forced to wear hand-me-downs, and being left out by the “older kids.” But, generally, the babying and coddling and special treatment aspects of being the youngest make it pretty good in the end.