For most businesses, the first impression clients will have is the reception area, and for new hires, their first impression of what it would be like to work there is found in the office layout.
Archives for May 2015
I no longer wonder what happened to my childhood’s lonesome highway, to the bloodied heroes and the feverishly imagined manhood where the bars are still open at a quarter to three and morning is a distant fire streaked across the sky. Where the neon in the darkness offers a drifting promise …
Peter Legge will be one of the 13 featured speakers at the TEDx StanleyPark event happening on May 23 in Vancouver. I heard him speak in person a few years ago and found him to be funny, engaging and also one of the kindest and most authentic people I’ve ever met.
Although cockfighting has been declared illegal in most countries in the world, it’s still the national Sunday afternoon pastime in the Philippines. My visit to the Limcua Juanay Memorial Cockpit in Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines was an experience that showed me once again how thin our veneer of civilization truly is.
I always found it fascinating that a good 8% of the human genome is made up of viral invaders that have incorporated themselves into our germ cells over the past several million years.
You have paid months’ and months’ worth of rent, dealt with difficult landlords and listened to noisy neighbors fight at two in the morning. You are hoping to become a homeowner, but you may be wondering if you are ready to take the plunge. Here are ten sure signs you may be ready to purchase a home.