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Five Ways Award Entries Can Stand Out from the Rest

by David Gallagher| November 30, 2011

If great work were the only requirement for winning industry awards, we would all have more trophies on our shelves and plaques on our walls than you could shake a stick at. We do great work just about every single day, after all. But actually winning recognition from our competitors and clients as the architects […]

Five Email Career-Damaging Moves and Four Email Do’s to Remember

by Gianni Catalfamo| November 23, 2011

In my Lotus days, CDM was lingo for “career-damaging move” and sparked endless humorous office literature about this or that mistake costing dearly to its author. We all have had more years of experience using email than any other computer application, so in a way, we’re all experts. It’s therefore remarkable how easy it is […]

HTAR (How to Abbreviate Right)

by Calmetta Coleman| November 11, 2011

Texting language like LOL, OMG and ROTFL is popular for a reason: It offers a faster way to write much longer words. As such “letter words” increasingly become part of our everyday language, it’s worth noting that such writing shortcuts are nothing new. If all of today’s common texting terms disappeared overnight, the English language […]