Email: Everlasting Mail

Email: Everlasting Mail

It wasn’t long after email’s increase in popularity in the 90s that people began referring to traditional mail as “snail mail.” Fast forward to 2014, where everyone and their mother has a Facebook or other social media account (hi Mom!). The rapid surge in social media’s popularity has seen email quickly going the way of traditional mail for many people, being used only when necessary. While it’s often thought that social media is more useful for communication, email, like traditional post, will always have its place – a place that it can never lose.

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Call to Action

Call to Action

Non-profit organization, I’m In: Coaching Best, teamed up with Leonard-McDowell to create a mobile application that will revolutionize how you see community service. This mobile application is called “Greater Than Me”, and will solve several problems that are currently found in the realm of volunteering. No longer will the search for volunteering opportunities be difficult; no longer will high school and college students spend hours gathering paperwork to prove completed community service hours; and no longer will organizations needing volunteers be left lonely.

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Tech Speed Dating

Tech Speed Dating

In today’s technology-obsessed world, we seem to hear and utter words like cloud, infrastructure and interoperability at least once a day. They’ve become so ingrained in our lexicon that we sometimes lose the unique characteristics that differentiate the companies that provide these services.

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500 Mini Marathon

500 Mini Marathon

The OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon is the nation’s largest half-marathon, having sold out with 35,000 participants for the past 12 years. This 500 Festival tradition will commence May 3 and will mark the 38th running of the race.

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Haiti with >ME

Haiti with >ME

A week ago today, 36 Indianapolis-area youth, from Zionsville Community High School who participate in >me service projects set out for a life altering experience in Haiti. >me partners with Nehemiah Vision Ministries.

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