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Wrangling the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – Moseys on Back to Las Vegas

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Wrangling the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – Moseys on Back to Las Vegas

By Jake Conlee Two months ago, I posted a sad, speculative story that the National Finals Rodeo was leaving, due to disagreements between Las Vegas Events and the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association Board of Directors. However, in a great turn of events for Las Vegas, an agreement based on increased contingency and development within the […]

NATEL Family Salutes Community Resilience during the 20th Anniversary of the Northridge Earthquake

NATEL Family Salutes Community Resilience during the 20th Anniversary of the Northridge Earthquake

Turning the unimaginable into triumph, NATEL ensured the future of employees and their families through determination, courage, and blind faith. When the Northridge earthquake struck the San Fernando Valley on January 17, 1994, NATEL suffered major damage. The microelectronics manufacturer’s headquarters was devastated by the 6.7 magnitude earthquake, one of the worst earthquakes in U.S. […]

REVIEW: SnapStream Version 6.1

REVIEW: SnapStream Version 6.1

By Andre’ Haynes and Jeff Jorge SnapStream specializes in digitally recording, storing and searching content broadcasted on television networks including cable, satellite and the direct feed that a typical broadcast station uses. You can search recorded shows via keywords and do just about anything with the results you find.  SnapStream is an integrated highly flexible […]

SCORE San Diego’s upcoming January 2014 events

SCORE San Diego’s upcoming January 2014 events

SCORE San Diego offers low-cost workshops on business development. The subjects range from writing a business plan to social media marketing and doing business with the government.   1/6/14 Title: “Doing Business with the Government and Prime Contractors” Cost: $49 National University 3678 Aero Court San Diego, CA 92123 1/10/14 “How to Start a Non-Profit […]

Heaven on Earth? The SEMA Show 2013 Comes to Las Vegas

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Heaven on Earth? The SEMA Show 2013 Comes to Las Vegas

Written and photography by Jake Conlee Every year, the nation comes together, dresses up, adorns masks and takes our kids trick-or-treating… And this means one thing: SEMA is here. As you already know my love of all things automotive; this time of year is a glorious, magical time for celebration and revelry. What a relief, […]

Thinking Vs. Having Thoughts

Thinking Vs. Having Thoughts

By Don Cote Las Vegas Informer Albert Einstein was quoted as having said, “Thinking is the hardest work you’ll ever do, that’s why most people never engage in it.” Is there a difference between thinking and just having thoughts? Have you ever noticed that maybe you’re not even having thoughts?  Maybe the thoughts are having […]

SCORE San Diego to offer workshops in December

SCORE San Diego to offer workshops in December

  Dec.4 Kearny Mesa SCORE Workshop 9 a.m.-3 p.m. University of Phoenix, Kearny Mesa 9645 Granite Ridge Dr. San Diego, CA 92123 Business Plan 1: How to Develop Your Best Competitive Advantage Times are tough, and you’ll need to use every marketing penny wisely to beat your competition! This fun, interesting, and very personalized class […]

REVIEW: Collins iPad Folio

REVIEW: Collins iPad Folio

By Andre’ Haynes Las Vegas Informer Recently I purchased an iPad 3.  According to About.com Apple has sold approximately 83,950,000 iPads.  If you have ever purchased something valuable than you know that protecting it is very important. I have been testing the Collins iPad Folio by Brenthaven, an accessory manufacturer that produces cases for cameras, […]

Constructive Criticism vs. Passing Judgment

Constructive Criticism vs. Passing Judgment

By Don Cote Las Vegas Informer I’m often asked, “How can I give someone constructive criticism without it occurring like I’m passing judgment”? First, it is often in the “Set up” of the conversation.  My dad would always remind me growing up, “Unfulfilled expectations are what cause disappointment.” If the person you want to give […]

Commitment vs. Intention

Commitment vs. Intention

By Don Cote Las Vegas Informer If you have ever made a New Year’s resolution and didn’t follow through with it, you have experienced the difference between “Commitment” and “Intention.” For our purposes, we will define Commitment as; doing what you said you would do, long after the emotion you said it in wears off […]

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