WordPress is the most popular website platform and content management system in the world. Did you know that over 30% of all websites in the world are powered by WordPress? It’s an impressive market share. But WordPress doesn’t come without headaches.
Let’s admit: We all walk around with ready-to-go formulas in our heads to communicate with others. We learn this because we need openers and closers for conversations, acknowledgments that events have occurred, and reflexive formalities to keep communication moving.
Here are some things we’re doing at Office Divvy to operate responsibly during Covid 19 while at the same time keeping optimism up.
Office Divvy is celebrating 10 years in business in 2018! When we launched Office Divvy back on January the 2nd, 2008, there was so much we did not know…
Google Calendar 2017 Update, Hallelujah! Yes it was time to get a New Look for Google Calendar!
Move just one match to fix this equation… That is what I saw in my facebook timeline from a post shared by a friend. After a few seconds looking at the equation, I was able to move one match and correct the equation.
Every Easter at Office Divvy, we hold an annual Jelly Bean Guessing Contest. This is how it works: We stuff a glass jar with jellybeans, and count them one by one as we put them in. Don’t worry, no hands touch the jellybeans, we are hygiene-freaks.
Will you take a few minutes to read through and support a Startup that was born in Palm Coast? Perhaps you’ve already experienced the app launched by this Startup: TALKiT. And perhaps you’ve even met the founder of this Startup, Curtis Ceballos.
HipChat’s “Lumbergh Returns” commercials are truly brilliant. Inspired by the cult movie Office Space, the Group and Private Chat and File Sharing tool HipChat released a bunch of commercials that are “breaking the internet.”
Roll back a few years…. June 15, 2010. At Neilsen’s Consumer 360 Conference, Facebook’s then new, and relatively unknown Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg delivers the keynote speech and says “email is going away.”