Enable Tab Browsing In Windows Explorer with Clover If you have to work with many opened folders, your desktop can get a little messy. Finding the folder you want from one open window to the next will be a nightmare. It’s no surprise that some of us prefer the tab setup like how it is on the Chrome browser. It’s easier to navigate through, locating, opening and closing tabs as required. Actually, you can have that feature with a little help from Clover. It helps you work faster by integrating the tab feature into Windows Explorer so you can manage your folders like how you manage your browser tabs.
A Startup Coworking Tour of Asia For some, the entrepreneurial dream is raising millions of dollars in funding and working tirelessly towards that $100 million exit scenario. For others, the dream is building something sustainable that you and a small team can be proud of while having fun at work and answering to nobody except yourselves. This post is for the latter group. How to Ethically Volunteer Anywhere in the World I’m frequently asked about volunteering overseas and unfortunately, I don’t know much about it. So today, I’m turning the blog over to friend and volunteer tourism expert Shannon O’Donnell from the blog A Little Adrift. She’s been volunteering around the world for years and recently published a book on the subject. She’s the expert, so without further ado, here’s Shannon’s advice on finding good volunteer opportunities. A foundational motivation underpinning the past four years I’ve been traveling around the world has been the idea that serving others would help me find clearer direction for my life.
How to Find a Cheap Flight The era of dirt-cheap travel is over, and, when the flight can represent the biggest part of your trip expenses, finding that hidden cheap deal can be just as important as finding the right location, the right tour company, the right backpack, or the right place to stay. Rising oil costs, increased personnel costs, and material costs have all added to rising ticket fares. Bankruptcy has also meant that airlines, which are under pressure to make a profit, can’t reduce fares as much and limited competition has given them less incentive to do so. Moreover, since airlines have slashed routes and capacity, they are flying full planes. wenceslas square Wenceslas Square, viewed from the southeast end The upper part of Wenceslas Square at night Wenceslas Monument and National Museum, at night Stallion Ardo, the work of Myslbek exhibited in Košice, Slovakia – a model for the Wenceslas Monument Hotel Evropa
Education Industry Campaign Finance & Lobbying Trends A 10-Year Trend in Spending by the Education Industry Since 1989, spending by the education industry to fund election campaigns and lobbying activities has continuously increased. Also of note is the large disproportional level of spendings on campaigning versus lobbying efforts. The chart below tracks spending reported through 2011. Campaign Contribution Breakdown: 1989 - Current Election Cycle By Level of Office Here are 5 co-working spaces in Bali Indonesia Bali is a widely-known paradise for tourists, treating them to its beautiful beaches, volcanoes, scenic rice fields, great spicy food, and an abundance of adventurous island activities. What you may not know is that Bali has a fast growing startup scene. There are many entrepreneurs, tech talent, initiatives, events, and startups based on the island. As the ecosystem emerges, co-working spaces are popping up across Bali to facilitate startups’ growth and development. If you’re looking for a nice place to work, interact, and collaborate on this island of Gods, here are five co-working spaces in Bali to consider: 1.
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The thing you can’t find in a guidebook. That thing is you. At the risk of waxing too personal (but not that kind of waxing), I want to tell you about the person you see in this picture. She is terrified. She is uninformed, ill-prepared, and, not speaking the language, practically mute. And in this picture, she is taking a boat from the town of Livingston, Guatemala through the Bahía de Amatique, to Punta Gorda, Belize in November of 1992. It’s a small boat, and there are five of them, the captain, a friend of his, a guy going with his and his wife’s passports to get them stamped, the woman you see in the picture, and a friend of hers who she traveled with for several weeks.
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