Knowing what to say can be a challenge
Tony Gruben What to say, when there are no words? What to do, when nothing seems to suffice? What to think, when you don’t know how to think? That is where I am. I have been pressed for words, that do not come easy. Yet, in the midst of all the darkness, sadness, grief, anger,uvaldeleadernews.com
What you should and shouldn’t write in an email
SAN ANTONIO – Here are some things to think about when you write a work email. There are some important things to know to make sure you don’t write something you regret. Third, don’t say “does this make sense?” While you may have good intentions, it could come off as condescending or it suggests your email was confusing to follow. We get that you want to come off as nice, but sometimes it can come off as overly friendly. It’s best to keep the email as concise.
What does COVID-19 stand for, anyway? A complete coronavirus glossary
Does anyone else feel like we’re in the midst of some pretty unsettling times? Even if you’re trying to keep a level head about where things stand with the coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy to turn on the TV or open social media and start to feel pretty overwhelmed, pretty quickly. For some, you can’t go out to eat, you’re now working from home and your kids aren’t even going to school. And with that, we thought we’d provide the following playbook. Yes, there is some science jargon involved here, but we tried to break it down for you in a way that’s easy to read and digestible.
Dispensing with words
Don't have time to read any more? Residents in a town in southern France don't have that problem. Thanks to the startup website short-editions-dot-com 10,000 short story authors have been matched with a community of 150,000 regular readers with time to kill while waiting on line. David Turecamo explains an innovative technology.cbsnews.com
Could four words bring down Obamacare?
Could four words bring down Obamacare? CBS chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins CBSN to discuss arguments before the Supreme Court over Obamacare and how the emphasis being placed on four words in the bill's language could lead to the revocation of the entire law.cbsnews.com