What will you CHANGE this year? From the environment, to the economy, to your health, to brand plans, to the way agencies work, we are due for rapid systemic change. In a time when we face mass unemployment, a war, unrest in the middle east, rapid climate change and an impending economic depression, we have fallen in love with people and products that exuded authenticity and promised radical yet positive change. They have refreshed our outlook..
And so he is dead. We win. More importantly, I win. Now when we go outside he stays inside and will lay on his perch and stare at us out the back window. On any given day he probably spends 80% of his time in that perch, looking out the back window staring at birds and squirrels. He absolutely loves it, and has completely lost his desire to go outside..
Animals Queensland Zoo (or Qatar Zoo, Quebec Zoo, Qingdao Zoo). Type AQZ and say aloud Animals Queensland Zoo. Do this 10 times.. She said she would ask the seniors if there was an interest and get back to me. Since I was sure I had gotten the royal run around, I didn’t really expect her to get back to me. However, two weeks later she called me.
If you think about it that way.Keyboards and Feelings Everyone knows keyboards don’t have feelings, but because it has a hard drive it can sense the good and the bad of what you put on it. If you think about it like that, you don’t feel so bad when you don’t have anything to write about, or at least that is the way that I look at it. Reading at First sight even though I haven’t finished yet is a reality check for me.
If you are riding in a car or on a plane the ZooGue iPad Case has another trick. The elasticized band the works to hold the case shut while traveling flips to the backside to fit over a headrest. The strap is adjustable so I can see it attached to the handles of a roller bag at the airport..
COBA AMA student organization attended the annual AMA International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans on March 19th 21st. The theme for the conference this year was AMAze Yourself, inspiring students to find their passions and discover ways they can use those passions to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. Assistant Professor Jennifer Golden and eight current and new student officers, including Cheyenne Rawlings, Allison Phillips, Neely Borger, Carolyn Heard, Bridgett Fuessel, Noah Bastable, and Josh Maday were able to see other AMA organizations that are active in their universities as well as hear from prominent speakers from across the country.