As a way of providing better feedback via visual cues, we have modified the color coding system on the tabs on your SFI homepage. Here’s the new system:
- GRAY represents a tab for which no VersaPoints are offered.
- RED represents a tab with a VersaPoint available to be earned.
- GREEN represents a tab for which today’s VersaPoint has already been earned and awarded to you.
We hope you like the new color coding system!
Our previews of the BlackBerry Classic have proven to be quite popular. We’ve shown you what celebrities and fans consider a classic, how navigating is fast and familiar, and some useful keyboard shortcuts to keep you productive. Today, I’ll be showing you a little bit about the browser, which, as you’ll find in the video below, is 3x faster than that of a BlackBerry Bold 9900. I’ll also briefly show you the huge app selection available via BlackBerry World and the Amazon Appstore.
As you can see the browser is fast and renders websites beautifully on the BlackBerry Classic. The reality is that this video doesn’t even begin to touch on all the fantastic elements of this industry leading browser.
HTML5Test.com has rated the BlackBerry 10 browser amongst the top of the mobile industry. I know this may seem like jargon to…
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Several months ago, I heard two interesting reports from NPR’s Planet Money team that focused on college majors and jobs – why people decide to pursue particular tracks of studies and the careers they hold as a result As might be expected from a program entitled “Planet Money,” both of the these reports focused heavily on the economics of such decisions. Specifically, “What’s Your Major” took a look at the relationship between college majors and salaries, and the title of “Why Women Like Me Choose Lower Paying Jobs” pretty much says it all.
One topic that came up often as the various economic experts tried to justify why someone wouldn’t choose a more lucrative college major and career was “passion.” On some level, I think that is absolutely true. Some of us do make such…
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