I am no expert in economics theory but I wonder if there is anything that can be done to prevent recessions in an open-market kind of economy. Here is my understanding of how this works.
The Good Times
Let’s say that we are in a period of relatively low unemployment. This means that almost everyone has a job, . . . → Read More: Aren't Recessions Inevitable?
I am guessing that most people who have been using any form of email — personal emails with Yahoo, Hotmail, Google, etc, or work emails — have at least a couple of thousand emails in their Inbox or other folders. Many of us just leave it all in the Inbox and SentMail folders and use search . . . → Read More: What??? Gmail Doesn't Support Folders?!!
Reading about the free coffee, ice cream, doughnuts and other goodies that some companies are giving away on this election day, I was reminded of the “lure of free” discussed in Dan Ariely’s book “Predictably Irrational”.
Prof. Ariely describes some experiments where a leading brand and an average brand of chocolate are given either at a big . . . → Read More: "The Power of Free" (Coffee, Ice Cream…) For Great Publicity
Working on a hot idea with a friend? Co-authoring an article with a business client? Researching on something? Just want to store your idea and thoughts for later?
Google Docs is a cool app that lets you do all that an more.
This is a preview of a detailed article on the various features of Google Docs. Watch . . . → Read More: Google Docs: A Cool Way To Collaborate
No time to read?
If you are like me, you have a long list of books that you want to read — may be you have already bought them and put them on your bookshelf — but can never get to read them. Juggling your time between your job, family, myriad things to take care of at . . . → Read More: Audible Books Can Make Your Commute A Pleasure