5 Ways To Work Remotely & Keep Your Customers Happy by OPEN Forum

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Each week, MSNBC's Your Business features experts to share their secrets for improving your business. Working remotely has its advantages, but if you don't do it well, you risk alienating your customers. Here are five ways you can keep your clients happy and possibly attract customers while working outside the office courtesy of SitePoint.com.


SAS Forum - Local Forums

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I wrote a program that speaks like the collective hive-mind of The Straits Times Forum

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The forum section of The Straits Times -- one of the major news papers in Singapore -- is a national treasure. The forum section specifically serves as a platform for wizened and impassioned Singaporeans to share their views on Singaporean culture and society. Among the many seminal works is "Unsafe to sew on trains" -- in which a concerned citizen calls for the strict regulation of sewing on trains because of the many ways someone sewing on public transport can inflict bodily harm to other passengers. What if someone gets impaled in the eye? How can they seek recourse?


Best DSC Forum Questions - Part 4

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This is a new series, featuring forum questions (new and old) that are still popular today. These questions were selected manually based on popularity, removing outdated material. The entire series consists of about 160 questions -- most with answers, sometimes several answers. We intend to publish a new set every two weeks or so. The previous edition was posted here.


Best DSC Forum Questions - Part 2

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This is a new series, featuring forum questions (new and old) that are still popular today. These questions were selected manually based on popularity, removing outdated material. The entire series consists of about 160 questions -- most with answers, sometimes several answers. We intend to publish a new set every two weeks or so. The previous edition was posted here.