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How to edit Google Docs files offline, on a desktop computer or mobile app by http://bit.ly/2Vzks0t

“Google Docs are great — until you lose your internet connection and suddenly that tiny-but-vital addition that just popped into your head has to stay unwritten until you reconnect.”

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This is how to know if an employee is thinking of quitting by http://bit.ly/2PVeDo4

“If an employee at IBM is thinking of quitting, their manager likely knows. The company recently announced it’s developed an AI program that can predict with 95% accuracy employees who are flight risks, providing steps for managers to reengage them.”

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Indians have already been following Jack Ma’s advice on working hours by http://bit.ly/2UEoXGq

“China’s richest man faced severe backlash this week for praising something that’s almost a way of life in India.”

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Hansel and Gretel and Big Data Analytics With Graphs by http://bit.ly/2Z1mEMg

“My daughter, a high schooler, heard me chatting with a client last week and asked me, “Why do you keep going on and on about GSQL and something called the accumulators? What’s the big deal?” As I thought about the best way to explain accumulators, a key feature in TigerGraph’s graph query language -“

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Being Wrong Is Actually Great by https://ift.tt/2FAjHcv

“How many of you like being proven wrong? As much as I have seen this, I am not sure I understand why.”

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Six easy ways to manage your time better by https://ift.tt/2U8sOua

“Scientists are often passionate about their research, and frequently work long hours. However, it is not necessary to become a workaholic to be a good scientist.”

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How to Manage Remote Employees: Best Practices from Doist’s Head of Marketing by https://ift.tt/2IIG2to

“This is a question you get a lot when you’re a team lead at a remote company. Implied in the question is the assumption that if you can see people are physically in the office, then they’re working. Butt in chair = work.”

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