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Watch the World’s Largest Electric Plane Take to the Skies

By Jason Freely / a few hours ago

Clear Skies The world’s largest all-electric plane passed a short test flight with flying colors last week. The plane, a Cessna Grand Caravan 208, was retrofitted with an electric motor and flew for a half hour after its first-ever takeoff, Tech Xplore reports. While there’s a long way to go before the aviation industry stops […]

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How to Run a Successful Virtual Event

By Jason Freely / 7 hours ago

The events industry is massive and you know the value of business events. Yet in today’s world where more and more Americans are working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, knowing how to run a virtual event is crucial.  Many people are wondering whether working from home will be more normal after the pandemic. Twitter has […]

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Why Traveling Doesn’t Have To Mean Slumming It

By Jason Freely / 7 hours ago

If you are an ardent traveler and love nothing better than scratching that wanderlust itch, you need to think about taking a sabbatical from your career. While travel may be off the cards at the moment with the pandemic sweeping across the globe, there is no better time to start planning a mammoth trip. The […]

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How White People Can Be Better Allies to the Black Community

By Jason Freely / 19 hours ago

Photo by Wengang Zhai @wgzhai on Unsplash The last Friday of the month is typically one where our team puts together a post sharing meaningful articles, videos, and other links we’ve found on the Internet lately. Things shifted for us as this week progressed, and it didn’t feel right to stick to the original schedule […]

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Master The Tech That Changed Music With This $30 Ableton Live Training

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Music production has come a long way in recent years. With the rise and accessibility of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs), both aspiring artists and established musicians are able to create hit songs right at home. As such, practically anyone can unleash their passion for music without even leaving the house. And, considering most of us […]

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On Becoming Anti-Racist

By Jason Freely / yesterday

The recent tragedies — Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Christian Cooper — have been devastating and consuming. So, what can we do next? How do we strive to be more conscious and try to combat racism? I’m not an expert in any way, but I’d love to talk together about steps we can take…. 1. […]

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Expecting the Unexpected: Insuring for an unplanned change of plans

By Jason Freely / yesterday

Before March, life for most people was “normal.” Normalcy, of course, is measured by a level of predictability in life assessing one’s current status, living according to it, and planning for the future inasmuch as it’s possible to do so. Graduations, weddings, family vacations, real estate closings and the like were in the works complete […]

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Kate’s Picks: 8 of My Favorite Loungewear Items

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Photo by Chelsey Werth I had a realization a few weeks ago as I was getting dressed. I’d been holding onto clothing that fit me before I had two kids, before I had a C-section scar, before my body changed in the way bodies do after childbirth. I wondered why I was saving jeans and […]

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7 Best Ways to Prevent a Data Breach for Remote Teams

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Securing your company’s data means you need to protect the network of your remote team. If there is a failure in preventing a data breach, it can compromise your brand’s reputation. If this occurs, it can be very challenging to come back from, repair, or rebuild. Businesses must know the latest cybersecurity best practices. Leaders […]

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