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- Fear – by Kong Shiu Loon
- Up Mt. Emei – by Kong Shiu Loon
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- Times and We – by Kong Shiu Loon
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There’s just no substitute for good manners in all of our daily interactions, and they’re certainly appreciated more than ever in workplace meetings. There are some age-old guidelines that comprise good meeting etiquette — being on time, maintaining eye contact, paying attention — and applying those same principles to our video meetings can go a long way toward a productive business environment. It can also help elevate your personal reputation into “great meeting host” territory.
Traditional business meetings are too often considered unproductive because there are so many delays and interruptions. Reliable, easy-to-use video conferencing platforms like Zoom have helped to restore meetings’ reputations, but there are still ways to ensure all of your attendees get the most out of the allotted time.
Some of the most common-sense meeting decorum — avoiding eating and drinking, minding your body language, and being respectful to whoever is speaking — are no-brainers. So here are seven additional etiquette tips to help ensure a focused and effective Zoom Meeting….. (read the whole story)
With end-to-end encryption, messages are scrambled as they leave the sender’s device and can only be decrypted by the recipient’s device. It renders messages unreadable if they are intercepted, for example by criminals or law enforcement.
Whatsapp, which has a billion users worldwide, said file transfers and voice calls would be encrypted too. The Facebook-owned company said protecting private communication was one of its “core beliefs…..(read the whole story)
Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use. It includes an improved Start menu and is designed to startup and resume fast. Plus, it’s packed with new innovations including Microsoft Edge – an all-new browser. Your personal files and apps you’ve installed will all be waiting for you. We’ve designed the upgrade to be easy and compatible with the hardware and software you already use.
Don’t miss out as this free offer won’t last forever. Reserve your upgrade today. Follow steps below to get started……….(read the whole story)
電話號碼是澳洲的，XXX請按1字，YYY請按2字，搞一輪，電腦語音回覆我在排隊與負責人員動話，預計等候時間30分鐘，你要等可以等……（黐線㗎？家中電話是同一網絡的，已經與寬頻一齊跪低，我使用手機打的！）好彩今次服務比上次有進步，「她／它」跟著說，可以按X–選擇先收線，由the next available客戶服務員回電…..當然要啦。 Continue reading
On CBC Radio 1 Ideas program, which is to be broadcast on Thursday, 25 September 2014, after the 9 p.m. news. A podcast will be available online later on the Ideas web site.
2014 Friesen Prize Winner Lap-Chee Tsui talks with IDEAS host Paul Kennedy about how a boy who remembers raising tadpoles in Hong Kong became the scientist who ultimately isolated and identified the gene that causes cystic fibrosis.
Have you thought about what will happen to your digital property if you die or become incapacitated?
Most of us haven’t. Access to digital property has only recently emerged as an important part of will planning. But it’s important to plan ahead so your family can access your data in the future.
Learn more about planning for your digital property in this brief article by Jim Lamm. Jim is an estate planning lawyer who has made a specialty of this new area.
Click this Article by Jim Lamm to read the details.