Archive for May 2013

Make Your Ghostwriting Ghostly with Stephen King

May 29th, 2013 | By
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When we think of ghostwriters, we often think of “nobodies” whose names will never get the recognition they deserve. This isn’t always the case though – some of the biggest names in publishing started off as ghostwriters. In 1997, when he first began publishing novels, Stephen King was annoyed with the industry stereotype that successful
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8 Content and Blogging Tips from Kurt Vonnegut

May 23rd, 2013 | By
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Kurt Vonnegut is the mastermind of seamlessly weaving satire, science fiction, and snappy lines into his writing. His brilliant use of language and ideas made him one of the most celebrated modern authors. In fact, aspiring authors everywhere use Vonnegut’s eight tips for creative writing as their creative bible. Okay, so you’re probably thinking, how
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Track Your Truck GPS Logistics System Recovers Stolen Vehicle

May 21st, 2013 | By
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Editor’s Note: Here’s an interesting case study in logistics from one of our regular contributors. GPS Recovers Stolen Truck Recently the Track Your Truck GPS fleet tracking system paid for itself in an unusual way when a truck was stolen from the DMZ Trucking fleet yard in Mokena, IL. owned by Dean Zolner. “We’d only
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Top 10 Grammar Tips for Every Business

May 16th, 2013 | By
HAPPY HOUR

We’ve all gone through those boring English classes in school. While some grammar lessons stick with us and others don’t, it’s important for businesses to remember that all it takes is one wrong letter or word to step into a public relations gaffe. Consider the two following statements. Our business is proud to lend an
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The Future of Lean Manufacturing

May 13th, 2013 | By
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It’s fun to imagine the industrial world in the next century. Will we take our cues from the environmental world and focus on sustainability? Or will we look inward for future best practices? Larry Pederson from the Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership offered his cautionary view on the future of lean manufacturing. “Lean manufacturing doesn’t really
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The Digital Age: Allowing More People to Work from Home

May 7th, 2013 | By
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Because of the advanced state of technology, more people can work from home than ever before. All of the tools a person would need in an office to work and communicate effectively with customers are actually now readily available at one’s fingertips in a home office environment. Here, we’ll cite a number of those tools.
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