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What’s FOB Shipping Point?

This post was originally published on this siteThere’s a huge difference between ordering a couch and ordering a pizza. Hi, I’m Captain Obvious. Here’s a less-obvious statement: the difference between a couch and a pizza isn’t just that you can eat one of them … It’s the point at which …

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How to Track Changes in Google Docs [FAQ]

This post was originally published on this siteSince it’s accessible to anyone with WiFi and a Gmail account, Google Docs is a popular option for editing and collaborating on content. But things can get messy — when you’ve got a bunch of people making suggestions, changing sentences, or deleting paragraphs, …

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How to Use Google Docs Offline [FAQ]

This post was originally published on this siteIf you’re anything like me, you probably do most of your work online. Google Docs in particular is a fantastic tool for writing, editing, and sharing content with colleagues, enabling collaboration and teamwork on creative projects. But there’s a downside to doing all …

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Facebook Will Require Issue-Based Ads to Be Labeled

This post was originally published on this siteFor the past several months, Facebook has been on a seemingly endless campaign to associate its name with greater transparency: of its terms, its privacy policies, and how it approaches and ranks the content shared on its site. Today, Axios reports that the latest …

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It’s Time to Put SMS Out of Its Misery

This post was originally published on this siteSurprize 🙂 Get it here: That was an actual SMS I received earlier this week. Unidentified number? There’s the first red flag. Followed up by a bit.ly link? Red flag number two. I still have no idea who it was from, what lies beyond that …

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STAR Interview Method: The Ultimate Guide [2018]

This post was originally published on this siteA resume tells you that a candidate has the required skills and background for the open role, and a cover letter confirms their interest in the position. An interview, then, is a critical step for evaluating a candidate’s critical thinking, decision-making, and interpersonal …

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