Dive into the twisted world of 18th century New York City
'Golden Hill' unfolds in 1746, mixing perfect plotting with fascinating history. 'When I finished it, I just wanted to turn it over and start again,' said bookseller Betsy Burton. 'It's the best read of the summer.'
Becoming Proactive With Resident Monitoring Technology
For many years, senior living facilities have used technology to support caregivers in assessing and managing resident care. The technologies have helped address challenges such as fall management, vital sign monitoring, emergency call, and more.
9 Essential Marketing Tips from the Father of Advertising
Ogilvy on Advertising was one of the first books I had on my reading list back when I created my system for reading more. My only regret after finally reading it is having delayed for a year and a ha…
First EDition: Novel Blood Collection System May Reduce Contamination Rates, more
Use of a blood collection system that diverts and sequesters the initial 1.5 to 2 mL of blood was associated with a significant decrease in blood culture contamination compared to standard practice, according to an open-label trial conducted at a single ED.
Beads and Bones: See How Dogs Are Partying for Mardi Gras
Orphaned pups looking for homes were the stars of this festive Mardi Gras parade
The Gospel of Self: How Jesus Joined the GOP
"When a former right-hand man of Pat Robertson and one of the key players of the religious right tells you what he really thinks, you'd better listen."
Brokers: How Can CRE Marketing Tech Improve Your Business? Our Ebook Explains.
Commercial real estate technology improves a brokerage’s client relationships. Why? Any process that helps the brokerage focus on the real work of building personal client relationships is a competitive advantage. We’ve collaborated with CRE marketing leader Buildout, to create an ebook for brokers that explains how to leverage marketing technology to improve client service, win more listings, and maximize success.
Are iBeacons the Future of Retail?
Bluetooth Low Energy and iBeacons are being touted as the hot new multichannel device for retail operations, but will it really take off?
Top Three Tips for Public Relations Planners
By Paxton Mittleman, former intern at AB&C This February, I represented PRSSA-UD at one of the Public Relations Student Society of America’s Delaware Chapter (PRSA-DE) networking events. As I sipped coffee and ate some of the provided refreshments, I listened to Dave Brond...
What the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer Insights Mean for Crisis Communications
Trust declined across the board in business, government, media and NGOs, leaving a sobering reality when it comes to issues and crisis management.