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With Windows 8, Microsoft completely reimagined the graphical user interface for its operating system, and designed it to run on tablets as well as PCs. It’s a big change that calls for a trustworthy guide—Windows 8: The Missing Manual. New York Times columnist David Pogue provides technical insight, lots of wit, and hardnosed objectivity to help you hit the ground running with Microsoft’s new OS.
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I just updated my cover photo after a lot of trial and error and found these resources to be the most helpful.
For starters,I had no idea that you had to scroll up in order to see the entire cover image. Did you know that? I stole Stephan Hovanian's brilliant solution to that...at least until everyone catches on that this is how covers work.
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Controlling the Human Element of Security
By , William Simon
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The world’s most celebrated hacker delivers the lowdown on today’s most serious security weakness–human nature
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I am an atypical accountant, who has diversified to an extent for support purposes.
To my clients (the very few) I provide internal accounting expertise to supplement their employee staff.
To the community I provide networking and technology support as possible. I participate in current technologies so as to remain current and take part in the important changes taking place.
More relevantly here on Google +, I use this page to support and celebrate community well-being, in the form of local business, community strengthening, positive change, learning, connections, and the fine art of co-existence in all its forms.
And, as I'm beginning to do more Google+'ing, am starting to set circle-parameters for each content item more specifically. When you circle me, I'll put you in circle(s) according to my perception of you and your interests. So the signal-noise ratio for any of you should be relatively good. Ongoing circle negotiation/feedback always welcome!
More detail on my professional practice:
I have over two decades of experience in all things accounting, and related aspects of small business/nonprofit support. I have worked in both for-profit and not for profit, small and large, local, regional and national.
My practice has centered on the highest quality internal accounting processes: instituting them during initial accounting software implementation, ensuring their maintenance during transitions, strengthening them during periods of change. I have helped a number of companies/organizations choose, implement and optimize accounting systems including various software packages.
I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and I have also taken career coursework in computer systems, databases, human resources and benefits management and ongoing accounting and finance topics throughout.
Email: claritysoln at gmail dot com
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Personal Google + at http://gplus.to/CstokesCS
LinkedIN: Claire Stokes Profile
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