Kids are often told about the dangers of social networking, how posting the wrong thing on Facebook or Twitter can get you into trouble. But adults can easily do the wrong thing too. Just ask Kenrick Monk and Nick D’Arcy. Responsive design is an important design trend that rapidly became a best practice. With 25% or more of visitors viewing law firm websites on mobile devices, beautiful design on the go is essential. 20 of the Global 50 law firms in the 2016 study were not responsive, but 100% of all websites launched in 2016 and later are..
An example we’re all familiar with is the ubiquitous “Back to School” sales retailers have. If you prepare income tax returns, you’ll probably be able to come up with a great idea to get lots of leads at year end and in January so you can February, March and April servicing clients. ..
WRONG! About an hour later I am wide awake pondering why mentors are so darned hard to find! Thanks Jeff for that sleepless night.Have you ever given any serious thought to who your first mentor was? How about your parents, grandparents, an aunt or uncle; perhaps an older sibling.What happened as you started to move from home, spending more time in school especially junior and senior high. Who were your mentors then? A favorite teacher, a coach, perhaps your first employer?And if you headed off to college who were your mentors? Again your professors or coaches or masters or doctorate candidates?And finally the workplace . Perhaps your supervisor or boss saw something in you that they wanted to help you to further develop, so they willingly shared their knowledge and made the right introductions. As you advanced in your career you may have even found yourself on the other side to theequation, where you were now mentoring those who worked for you.As I lay awake thinking through each of these stages of our lives, it dawned on me that when it comes to mentors there is a common thread.
When told that the child they are expecting might have Down Syndrome, the first thing many prospective parents do is get on the internet to look for answers. So the Canadian Down Syndrome Society created a series of videos in which people with Down Syndrome answer some of the most commonly searched questions on Google. The videos, by FCB Canada, address tough topics like how long children Down Syndrome live, when they will talk and whether they will be able to read, play sports or ride a bike.
Critics have taken issue with Americans for having a thin curatorial premise, most notably Philip Kennicott, the Washington Post’s Pulitzer Prize winning art critic and Jeffrey Cudlin at the Washington City Paper. It’s a valid point of view that I share to a degree. By including African American artists in the show while calling it “30 Americans,” the Rubells draw a distinction between racial and national identity and point to the complexities of considering these things either in combination or separately..