Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 5:30pm by Site Administrator
When Dropping Your Prices is Bad
Even most fans of Apple products will admit that these are often higher priced than competitive products. I could be wrong but I can’t recall a single time when Apple reduce prices on any of their products. Thus, in the eyes of some, they’ve maintained the persona of a company for elitist consumers.
Well whether or not they took to heart these sentiments, they dropped the price of the iPhone by $200 not long after many loyal fans had already paid big money – even bidding online. That made some customers happy and others quite unhappy. And their decision to offer a $100 credit on additional Apple products to previous customers wasn’t that well received either.
Not every entrepeneur has to deal with giving a presentation, but those that do naturally might feel a bit of anxiety. Public speaking isn’t really that well-taught, and most of us probably feel we can’t do it. Mind Petals suggests seven ways to calm your nerves before an important presentation.
Treedolist: A Structured To-Do List Tool
Treedolist is a To-Do list tool that allows for hierarchical, tree-format notes and subnotes. There’s not much for me to say other than that the response time seems fairly quick. However, for whatever reason they felt it necessary, it’s a tool that you can only use if you have an OpenID – something I don’t use and don’t plan to. But if you want to check it out, keep in mind that it’s in beta testing.
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