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Easter Lazy Sunday.. A relaxing day at home in my cosy clothes (& today also my laptop) :) And that brought me to the idea of this blogpost!
As i am surrounded by innovation & IT everyday -i also carry my laptop with me most of the time, i think it's important to include the fashion-side for these products also into my daily life.
Excellent article regarding Gamification.
I’m fan of this subject and I’m sure this will be the major trend in the coming years.
•Only 10% of consumers trust advertising.
•Between 85% and 90% of consumers don’t trust posts by companies or brands on social networking sites.
•Branded mobile apps are almost worthless in terms of consumer engagement with only 10% to 12% of consumers saying they trust the information given there.
•Emails from companies and brands are only trusted by 11% of Europeans and 18% of Americans.
•Europeans trust all brand communications less than Americans.
How low are U.S. taxes compared to other countries? When taxes are measured as a share of the economy, we’re 25 percent below the average. (Graph: Tax Policy Center). Belgium, the country where I’m born is N°3 worldwide after Denmark and Sweden.
This is a great image of a city that seems designed to bring great images into being. Sergey Semonov, a Russian photographer, submitted the image to the Epson International Photographic Pano Awards, and took first prize in the amateur category.
Moving recently from Belgium to the US, I realize now how people love Belgian beers. And you ?
Getting a job is no easy feat, and we all know we're supposed to seriously prepare for the interviews. All you have to do is google to find myriad lists with practice interview questions and tips on how to answer them. And while certain industries have specific additions to the interview process (e.g. case questions or take home tests), it's true that there's a pretty standard set of questions that tend to float up.
Once again, Marissa Mayer disappoints me. Yahoo just announced that employees would no longer be permitted to work from home as of June.
This signals a major step backwards for working parents. If a typical male technology CEO made this decision, there would be outrage, of course. But to come from a new mother who is a CEO? It feels like a sucker punch – and hardly believable.