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One Degree Thursday April 30 2020

Tales of the original Industrial Revolution

Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson came into the world on September 29, 1810, in circumstances that will seem almost inconceivable today. Born in what is now a part of London, she was her parents’ eighth and final child, but one of only two to survive to adulthood. When she was 13 months old, her mother died. In 1827, her last remaining sibling was lost at sea.


Online Local Marketing for Small Businesses

What do I mean by that?

Well, simply put, I mean that you should be making updates that drive local traffic. I know that may sound confusing when your brick and mortar location may be temporarily closed. But it will make more sense as we go along, so stay with me.


Finding and integrating your digital voice

Anybody born after 2007 will only know a life increasingly lived through screens, where streaming and social media are ubiquitous. The rest of us have either embraced the change or gradually softened our resistance to accept this modern way of life.


Financial services companies need small but strategic thinking in a crisis

Financial services companies need to adapt their innovation style during a crisis. Thinking small but strategic will be the way to stay ahead without exposing the business to too much risk.


Zoom Competitor, Google Meet, Is Now Adding 3 Million Users Per Day

As COVID-19 makes video conferencing the “new normal,” on Google’s latest earnings call, CEO Sundar Pichai said the company’s Meet video conferencing service is adding about three million users per day.

Pichai also reported that Meet has about 100 million active participants per day, which represents about a 300 percent growth in usage since January.




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