Tips and Tools to Manage Your Twitter Time! Posted by Shelly Terrell on Saturday, July 10th 2010 Part of the Cool Sites series Photo from Brad Fitzpatrick a great flash animator and cartoonist! Do your friends or partner accuse you of being a Twitterholic? Do you fear you spend too much time on Twitter?
Beginning Infographics: Information Driven Storytelling Infographics are great—they share ideas and information effectively, work as essential communication tools and let's be honest, they can look pretty cool. Infographics are an amazing way to share new & interesting information with friends & audiences all over. It's the reason why we see them so often—they are a great tool for distilling really complex ideas down into easily digestible stories. Whether you're an experienced designer with a desire to experiment with data, an ambitious student interested in seeing how we work on client projects, or maybe even a non-creative who wants to get some tips on how to better communicate information to their audience—we're here to help you through your own personal journey. What You'll LearnIn this class, we'll take you through the process, start to finish, learning about:
7 Gmail Tips to Save Time and Increase Productivity - A list of tips for users to achieve inbox zero and enjoy an organized Gmail account. Are you the type of person who feels fulfilled when they see Inbox (0), yet you hardly manage to achieve that on a daily basis? Do you have tons of new emails when you open up Gmail in the morning and no matter what you do you never seem to catch up? Create Better Visual Content at Warp Speed with these Shortcuts 146 Flares Twitter 80 Facebook 7 LinkedIn 13 inShare13 Google+ 7 Pin It Share 18 18 Buffer 21 146 Flares × Are you avoiding creating visual content for your social media posts because you don’t feel creative? Not a designer? No time? How to Win in Court - Self-Help How to Win in Court #1 Self-Help Since 1997 Easy-to-Learn ... Step-by-Step Not waving but drowning Coping with social media, professional development and information overload Meet Olga. Olga teaches English several hours a day. Apart from preparing her classes, teaching, and marking assignments, in the course of a normal week she also does the following things:
How to Launch a Startup Without Writing Code Have an idea for a startup, but no technical skills to build it? Did you know that some of the world's greatest tech startups were in fact launched with very little technology? These are companies that were acquired for $50-$540 million, or IPO'd. How did they do it? There are tons of online tools you can put together to create a product without writing any code.
A Mindful Guide to Email in 20 Minutes a Day : zen habits By Leo Babauta I recently did a challenge with my friend Jesse of Samovar Tea: check email just twice a day (at 10am and 4pm) for 30 minutes a session. In addition, we couldn’t check email in the morning unless we did an hour on a specific project that morning. It ended up that on most mornings, I couldn’t do an hour of that project, so I only checked email in the afternoons.
Contract Writing for Freelancers So you've been in business for yourself for a little while. You know you should have a contract, maybe you even have one, but is it really comprehensive? Maybe you can't afford a lawyer and you've cobbled together your own version on a wish and a prayer. It's time to clear up the gray area before you get burned. Is The Inbox Zero Strategy All Hype? It's been over 20 years since email first entered the mainstream. It's hard to believe that after so much time and so many new technologies, email remains one of the most popular forms of business communication. Today, we receive more email messages than ever before, causing many of us to feel as if we are drowning in our inbox. But there are many ways you can enhance your communication without sinking in an ocean of new messages. Getting to Zero is Overrated You may have heard of the concept of Inbox Zero: a technique developed by writer and podcaster Merlin Mann.