The ten worst cities for dog attacks, as determined by the U.S. Postal Service, are listed below, along with the accompanying number of attacks in 2012:
Los Angeles, CA (69)
San Antonio, TX & Seattle, WA (42)
Chicago, IL (41)
San Francisco, CA (38)
Philadelphia, PA (34)
Detroit, MI (33)
St. Louis, MO (32)
Baltimore, MD & Sacramento, CA (29)
Houston, TX & Minneapolis, MN (27)
Cleveland and Dayton, OH (26)
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We’re getting high on the hog of BB Ranch butcher William von Schneidau, who feeds marijuana to his pigs and sells them at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. SeattleMet reports that Schneidau adds “weed to the feed” — yes, the stems, stalks and seeds — to give his meat a more savory flavor.
In 2013, you get new stuff. You know what I mean: a new calendar, a fresh desk, a new set of books. Label your folders (on line or offline), create more organized to-do lists or assemble a calendaring system you’ll actually use. My resolutions are that I will actually use Evernote (for white papers and in-depth articles) -use Shoeboxed to keep track of my traveling receipts.
Even if you aren’t one of the lucky ducks that received a new phone, computer or tablet this year, you can still take advantage of the new tech 2013 has to offer. In fact, much of it isn’t really new at all. Voice to text apps perfect while on your morning walk or commute to your office. With constant upgrades on software, new consumer and enterprise apps being developed daily and constant must-have lists, there is surely one new tech change you can make to your daily routine… print out and laminate shortcut cheat sheets that have saved a great deal of time. Need some ideas? Check out followup.cc and IFTT to automate like…everything.
Clean, clear desktop. Fresh lines of notebook paper. Even my Facebook timeline somehow seems clearer. Even if you didn’t have a chance to de-clutter before 2012 was over, you can still organize your space and get rid of detritus post haste. The obvious tidying up has to do with “real life” but what about creating a new and organized Dropbox folder or using unroll.me to tidy up your inbox? Is your desktop looking cluttered with screenshots and to-do items? If so, take 15 minutes to de-clutter so that you can start 2013 with a clear mind (and PC). My number one item? Begin syncing my project management tool of choice, Asana with Dropbox folders. They offer the integration now and it’s a no brainer.
I’ll be the first to tell you that the “predictions” lists are kind of “meh” this year. That is, they say the same things as last year, basically. However, there are some gems out there. Jobcast has an interesting one, as do I (yeah like I’m not gonna put mine in here) and Ihrim’s, while long, is good. New ideas are everywhere and as a cutting edge recruiter (which you are right?) you should want to pay attention to these. So call up employee referral vendor Zao or Video Interviewing platform Wowzer or ATS vendor RecruiterBox or RMS provider Skillstream. Don’t get gamification? Call Badgeville. Confused about social sourcing? Check out Entelo. Need CRM tips? Ping Avature; head to Software Advice and Capterra for list after list of HR Tech Products) are interested in educating you.
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“A first-class citizen does not plead to the white power-structure to give him something that the whites have no power to give or take away. Human rights are human rights, not white rights.” Richardson led the Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee (a SNCC affiliate) in Cambridge, Maryland to fight against institutional racism. To learn more, read Richardson’s article in Freedomways, 1964: http://bit.ly/15k0erb Also see, “Civil War on Race Street: The Civil Rights Movement in Cambridge, Maryland” – http://bit.ly/15k0hmU and an overview of the struggle in Cambridge in 1963: http://bit.ly/15k0iqU Photo: Richardson holding back the National Guard in Cambridge, MD. by Fred Ward (c) Corbis, July 21, 1963