Kids can send and receive messages, have access to a contact list and see notifications of new emails. Since it’s targeted toward a younger demographic (mainly ages 4 to 9), Maily has a very visual feel — bright colors, options to add stamps and stickers to messages, or use markers to draw pictures in the email. It also lets kids handwrite words instead of typing using a pencil icon. It even incorporates a camera tool so kids can take pictures and add them directly into the message.
Is this too young for email?
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I hope this move doesn't disrupt the email address I'm known by or the service I've come to appreciate!
The revamped service promises "less cluttered" inboxes and will allow users to make Skype calls. Microsoft says Hotmail has become a "chore" for users, many of whom have switched to rival Gmail.
Will Outlook.com tempt you back to Microsoft?
I can't wait for things to get started and for the excuse to wear my national pride on my sleeve! Go team Canada!
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4 building blocks to help us all better understand how to create and foster the kinds of brands we all strive for... the main point I got from this article is the importance of relationship-building - within the company and with customer...
Insightful and easy to understand!
The "fifth advantage" outlines something I've experienced myself along my own musical path - the benefits of team work. There's nothing like being able to share success with others!
What an incredible experience: going to Labrador, flying by bush plane and landing on gravel runways in the dead of winter, participating in winter games complete with dogsled races, travelling everywhere by snowmobile, singing in the middle of an ice sheet and meeting so many wonderful people and musicians! We most definitely had a cultural experience right in our own backyard!
One of my favourite videos from TedX... fascinating discussion of human behaviour and how it relates to business decision-making... "people don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it"... I particularly liked the example of TiVo (around 14 mins).
Worth the 18 minutes!
- Innismara Vocal EnsembleProfessional Vocalist, 2010 - present
- Lady Cove Women's ChoirMarketing & Media Committee, 2007 - present
- Memorial University of Newfoundland/Faculty of Business AdministrationMarketing Communications Consultant, 2012 - 2012
- Memorial University of Newfoundland/Faculty of Business AdministrationInternet Marketing Consultant, 2012 - 2012
- Smart SetSales Associate, 2007 - 2011
- Festival 500 Sharing the VoicesAdministrative Assistant, 2008 - 2010
- Festival 500 Sharing the VoicesMarketing Assistant, 2007 - 2007
- Festival 500 Sharing the VoicesYouth Project Coordinator, 2003 - 2007
- Memorial University of Newfoundland/School of MusicChamber Choir Manager, 2005 - 2007
- Memorial University of Newfoundland/Faculty of Arts & School of MusicAssistant to the Development Office, 2006 - 2007
- Shallaway - Newfoundland & Labrador Youth in ChorusAdministrative Assistant - Rehearsal Support, 2003 - 2004
Jennifer has a diverse background in the arts as well as business. Having completed her Bachelor of Music at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), she gathered a wealth of experience in marketing and project management working as part of the team at the international music festival, Festival 500 Sharing the Voices. Wishing to further pursue her interest in business and marketing, Jennifer returned to MUN to complete a Master of Business Administration, which she will receive in October 2012. As a key member of the Marketing and Media Committee for Lady Cove Women’s Choir, Jennifer has a particular interest in marketing communications, social media marketing and creative strategy.
- Memorial University of NewfoundlandMaster of Business Administration, 2010 - 2012
- Memorial University of NewfoundlandBachelor of Music, 2003 - 2007