Thursday, August 6, 2020

Survival Guide

Advice you can use in your business and career

Starfish Global’s Oscar Moreno Offers Tips for Measuring Online Success

Ask Oscar Moreno what it takes for a small business owner to succeed, and he’ll tell you, “It’s all about the hustle.” And the hustle is all about making sure people know your business exists.

OPRAMachine Makes Requesting Records Easy for Everyone

An Ocean County journalist has created a powerful tool to simplify the process of requesting government records.

Dennis Kilfeather Brings Business Sense to Nonprofits

Dennis Kilfeather, an accountant and supervisor at Lear & Pannepacker, will present “Show Me the Money: Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Best Practices” on September 24, at the Nassau Club of Princeton.

Finding Strength When ALS Weakens Your Body

Sara Cooper will receive the 2019 Impact Award at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Women of Achievement Awards Breakfast on Thursday, June 20.

Ten Arguments In Favor Of Quitting Social Media

Jaron Lanier is a Silicon Valley visionary who coined the term “virtual reality.” Now he is arguing against Silicon Valley’s most all-consuming creation: social media.

Redeveloping Trenton Without the G-Word

Architect John Hatch will be a speaker and panelist in the next installment of the Trenton Economic Development series on Friday, November 8, at the Trenton Country Club.

Breaking into the Marijuana Business

Not since the end of prohibition has there been such an opportunity for an entire new industry to appear out of nowhere.

Encore! World’s Oldest Computer Festival Returns

Cyber security is the theme of the 44th annual Trenton Computer Festival on March 23.

Census 2020 Is About Who Counts and Who Doesn’t

The Princeton Area Community Foundation is hosting a workshop on the census — and how nonprofit groups can help ensure that everyone is counted — on Wednesday, July 17

Does Einstein’s Brain — and His Mind — Have Anything to Teach Us?

Einstein encountered more than a few bumps in the road, but he most certainly made his way to Scientific Valhalla.

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Mercer’s Voting Machines: Old, Hackable, and Not Going Anywhere

Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.

The Fall of Icarus