Organizing Cords While Working

>> Friday, July 3, 2015

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Experienced having too much cords on your table while working? I have and it's such a mess. It affects me so much that most of the times I can't work seeing them in a not-so-orderly condition. So what will you do if you're into this messy situation? It's as simple as getting those big binder clips and clamping them on the table and voila you'll be able to hold your cords for phones, USB and other gadgets that you usually use while working.

Keep them organized like the ones in picture above. No costs! Just be creative and you'll get an orderly and clear table in a flash. Got some tips for you - you can use colored binder clips for some style and colors.

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Finding Your Dream Job and Career

>> Monday, June 29, 2015

Getting the best personnel to be employed in a company is not an easy task to do when you’re in recruitment or human resource department. It takes skills and expertise to be able to assess and pick the right person that will suit job requirements and qualification. This is the reason why companies commonly hires professionals with psychology and human resources background to do the screening and examinations in the best possible way they can. They usually have the expertise in knowing not just the applicant’s background and knowledge but their psychological condition as well. 

When employers are having problems with hiring the best personnel like  Biostatistician jobs or when they don’t have enough resource to do the job they will find it hard to run their business efficiently. We should remember that people is the company’s most important asset that’s why failure to hire the best employees will have bad effects on the performance of the business. It’s vital to have the best manpower resources to reach not just the company’s goal but to assure the success of the business also. 

Nowadays this should not be a problem anymore as there are companies that specialize in getting the best manpower for your business needs. They provide employment resource and tools to get the right and qualified personnel that have the education, experience and skills to do what the job requires of them. These employment resource companies can both help employers and job seekers as well. If you have the right degree and work experience that will qualify you for one of the jobs in those employment resource sites you can easily go to their sites and be part of their network. It’s your chance to find the right company, your dream job, your desired career and best opportunities in your life.

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Dreams, Career and Music

>> Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Now that my two daughters are on their way to fulfilling their dreams and working their way into their desired careers I’m always by their side to support whenever they need my help. Of course their Dad is also hands-on on assisting them on their projects and providing whatever materials they need. Aside from academics we also try to give them training on learning to play various musical instruments which they love to do. 

All three of them have one or two instruments they love to study. Gen has the most number of musical instruments tried and we found her so gifted with playing. She has no professional studies on music but she plays skillfully with grace and passion. I guess it’s because of genes as my grandfather plays alpha and other string instruments so well. 

We love seeing them offer song in our church with Ruth and Josh singing while Gen playing keyboards or guitar. In the following months I know that Josh can play keyboards as good as her elder sister as he’s so keen on mastering his music craft. They’re so fond of instruments and accessories that I saw them browsing through digitech jamman last weekend. Gen told me that she’ll collect more when she has the money to buy her favorites.

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Looking at Work in a Different Perspective

>> Friday, June 5, 2015


After long years of leaving technical proposal works in which I was given the opportunity of administering minor telecoms and doing some human resource plus administrative works in an Israeli equipment firm I was back in a company which I started counting endless hours of overtime. Well I'm now a project employee with more responsibilities of overseeing project's progress but less the stress of head-office headaches. It takes another employee of the same company to understand what I'm saying. Anyway the old ‘Me’ has matured enough to handle bigger responsibilities with better understanding and I hope best decision to arrive at productive results.

Now I'm assisting the H.O. group in finishing bidding proposals but it feels as different as it's less stressful than the old days considering that clients are very strict now with regards to guidelines and rules. Well people change and when they do it's either better or worse than ever. As for me I see things in a different perspective and I’m more focused with my goal which is the reason why I treat my job as precious as the butter on my bread. Those years away from DSI has helped me grow up and harness my abilities especially in writing when I decided to leave the office work and work at home. 

Writing online has made my dreams of being a writer come true in a way. It also taught me that there’s no stability on anything in this world but on God only. It helped me learned so many things and how to make the most of my talents to the best of my advantage. God has taken care of all those things and I can never be as grateful for all the things I learned in life.

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Gifts, Skills and Practice

>> Friday, April 24, 2015

Kids have their own inclination to various aspects of life, sports, hobbies and learning. Some have amazing gifts that comes to them naturally whether they study or not. Others have it in their genes but most makes it through enthusiasm, thorough study and perseverance. Well when it comes to music it takes more than just genes and gifts as you have to refine your skills through study and practice. I’m sure ernie isley would say the same thing if he will be interviewed by reporters and he’ll advise to practice hard with good discipline. Success in playing musical instruments will follow then.

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2015 M&As: A Look at What's Coming

>> Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Mergers and acquisitions were among the stars of the global financial stage in 2014. By the end of September, there had been more closed M&A deals during the year than there had been over the last five years. Financial players handled billions of dollars in mergers and acquisitions transactions by the year's end.

The reason behind the boom is simple: natural outcome of business strategies. With the need to consolidate and cut costs to stay alive, many businesses turned to mergers and acquisitions in the wake of the recession. But even with the recovering economy, it looks as if the uptick in M&A deals may be here to stay for the upcoming financial year.

Media Trends

According to a CNBC report, the shift to digital advertising may spark record M&A activity in the media sector. With more people watching television and movies on the Internet, digital advertising is becoming more important. As a result, several media providers, such as movie and original programming network Starz, have reportedly been in talks with other businesses as the advertising model continues to evolve.

Telecom Sector

Telecom is another hot area for potential mergers and acquisitions. With competition becoming fierce in the telecom market, many companies are looking for surefire ways to retain and expand their customer bases. By being able to offer multiple services, such as Internet and television, telecom providers stand a better chance at keeping their markets. Since M&A deals are a common way for telecom companies to expand service offerings quickly and efficiently, expect a lot of consolidation activity in the telecom sector this coming year.

Oil and Commodities Watch

The price of crude oil has recently dropped even lower than the bottom point over the last five years. If the price of this commodity remains stagnant, the M&A deals may just start flying. Lack of growth is often a trigger for mergers and acquisition activity, and despite the long-standing value of crude oil, this sector is not immune to the effects of stagnation in the market. Smaller companies with less-than-stellar balance sheets are at risk of a takeover in this sort of climate, and even big players in the industry are not safe. London-based BP, for example, has already had to cut jobs because of the market price slump.

Mining companies have already seen some early M&A activity. Glencore, a Switzerland-based mining conglomerate, approached London-based Rio Tinto Group toward the end of 2014 about a merger, surprising the commodity sector watchers. Rio rejected the proposal, which would have created an industry giant worth around $150 billion dollars. Analysts believe, however, that the deal may happen in 2015 because Rio has been hobbled by a slump in iron ore prices and Glencore needs an acquisition to supplement its declining base of assets.

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Ukrainian Startup Company Viewdle Will Define Facial Recognition Software

>> Monday, January 26, 2015

Facial recognition software is becoming a big deal in social networking and mobile apps. It helps sites like Facebook tag the right people in posts, it’s making virtual reality a plausible thing and is pushing the limits of what video games can do.

Cutting Edge Facial Recognition Software

One of the biggest upcoming names in facial recognition software, Viewdle has been making waves over the past few years. The Ukrainian startup company that specializes in facial recognition and augmented reality was purchased by Google in 2012 for around $30 to $45 million USD. Initially, Motorola made a bid to purchase Viewdle, but once Google bought Motorola out, it decided to make the bid instead.

Viewdle began in 2006 in the Ukraine. The company is now based out of Silicon Valley, with operations in Europe, South America and the Ukraine. In 2008, it won the LeWeb startup competition, and in the past, it received funding from other big names, such as Best Buy Capital, Blackberry and more technology-based firms. An anonymous donor also gave Viewdle between $250k and $500k to get it going.

SocialCamera, ThirdEye and More

The company has multiple apps out already for Android and iOS, like SocialCamera, ThirdEye and others. Viewdle has acquired multiple patents relating to facial recognition not only to play it safe but also to make its mark on the industry. In addition to its focus on facial recognition, Google and Motorola have interest in the company and its “pattern recognition” software, as well. This technology can identify details such as gestures, age, smiles and other human characteristics. For example, it could easily distinguish between an adult and a child.

After Google purchased Viewdle in 2012, the CEO of Viewdle, Laurent Gil, left the company with rumors pointing to him taking on an executive role at an unknown company. After Gil left, another long-time senior member of Viewdle took over, Jason Mitura.

Will Viewdle Succeed?

Some people are calling facial recognition software a potential breach of privacy, but Mitura explained that Viewdle’s algorithms are only carried out within the device, thus never being transported to a server for processing. He pointed out that computer-based processing such as Apple’s iCloud, or cloud-based ones like Facebook are the ones that people should have concerns over.

One can assume that Google is looking to utilize Viewdle’s facial and pattern recognition software for its Android lines, or even Google+. Viewdle put in roughly 15 years of research and three years of production to make this technology come to life, which is capable of near-instant visual analysis. At face value, Google could use Viewdle to do what Facebook has done—photo tagging—but it’s always possible that the tech giant has more planned for this innovative technology.

Since 2012, the volume of venture capital put into Ukrainian tech startups has decreased dramatically. Time will tell if luck gave Viewdle a chance or if its amazing technology is what made it shine and catch the eye of major companies. Not much has been mentioned of Viewdle in the past few years, but with a company as secretive as Google, it usually means that something big is in the works.

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Prioritizing Plans for our Church Place

>> Thursday, January 22, 2015

As one of our plans this year is to maximize our finances for all our expenses we also applies it to our church when the idea of replacing the old drum set was discussed. The new set is so expensive so we suggested that we look for replacement drum parts instead of buying the whole set. There are things to prioritize and we plan to list our most needed projects and needs. 

We also have to save finances to look for a lot for lease for our church because we’re moving out in few months. We’re considering new ideas on buying a lot or having a lease instead of renting a space on expensive buildings. Hope we’ll be able to settle for something stable as it’s tasking to move places and location.

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Ideas on Starting Up a Coffee Plantation Business

>> Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Start of the year and since online job is not at its peak these days I’m thinking of starting a small business to earn extra income. I have a full-time corporate job but I still have to earn more for few months before my husband graduates and gets a slot in the teaching profession, well at least for a quarter of a year or so.

I’m thinking of venturing into a food delivery or accessory business like I saw in joyjewelers.com but the prospect of starting a coffee plantation is beginning to excite me. As we already have a vast land to plant trees maybe we could use up some great ideas on reviving the old plantation but instead of coconut I’m more apt to coffee and cocoa planting. Well everything is good for now but I still have to study the business before I invest.

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Doing the Job You Love To Do

>> Tuesday, December 16, 2014


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We all have our ups and downs on our jobs but we must admit that beyond all these our love for our work stands out and no matter what happens we like the feeling that we’re financially stable.  Our jobs give us provision for the things we need and support our family as well; as such we give our best to show our capabilities to reach our goal of career advancement.   Some are lucky to be promoted; others are not and most try their best through their years of service hoping that their good fortune will come next. 


These are all for our financial needs and career dreams but when we talk of happiness it’s finding a job that excites you every day-something that you look forward every morning that you go to work.  This is also the time when you care more about the people that you work with rather than the amount you get from your work.  Well if you really love the things you’re doing sometimes the salary is not the first to consider because after all if you hate your job you wouldn’t be your best ever.

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