For a variety of reasons, which I probably shouldn’t go into, I think this is awesome: usb-typewriter-pc The video at the end shows a mash-up between an iPad and what looks like an old Smith Corona typewriter. Although, how do you “undo”?
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Haley’s Facebook Makeover Contest Ends Today! That’s right–you have a few hours left to kick it into high gear and enter our Facebook Makeover Contest. Tomorrow, we’ll pick one lucky staffing firm to receive a FREE company Facebook page. There are already over 50 great entries and more coming in every minute. Check out a… Continue reading
To celebrate back to school time (and because we know you’re going to be busy), we’re giving you a heads up on the next two Lunch with Haley webinars that you won’t want to miss! Here’s the schedule: HaleyMail LIVE Thursday, September 9th at 2pm EDT Take a tour of the ONLY educational marketing system… Continue reading
Q: Should my staffing firm be on Facebook? A: Hands down, yes! And here are 10 great reasons why: If Facebook was a country, it would be the third largest by population! Yes that’s right, there are over 500 million active users of Facebook. According to the company, 50% of users log on to Facebook … Continue reading
Our Creative Director, Keith Cassidy, went “over the hill” Sunday, and we’re celebrating his 40th birthday in, and around, the office. Happy Birthday, Keith!
Here’s a link to a blog post from leading graphic designer I follow: Chinese Proverbs for Designers While Mr. Airey has added commentary to these for a designer’s point of view, I was struck by how relevant these are, still, to other industries and disciplines. My favorite is “Customers are jade; merchandise is grass.”
Q: I found pictures on Google Images that I like. Can I use them on my website? A: In short, no. Before you use any image on your website (or for any other purpose), you must have the right to do so. If you use an image without paying for it, you could be sued… Continue reading
Congratulations to Brad, Nicole, and big brother Connor who welcomed Reese Marion Smith into the world Thursday night. Reese was born at 7 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 19 3/4 inches long. Both Mom and baby are doing great!