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Meanwhile, here are some of our old standards
that we recommend.
If you would like to find out more about Body
Language or to view a shortened version of our PowerPoint Presentation
"BODY LANGUAGE - The Four Keys
hoaxes and bugs
- This is the place to check out to
conduct a search and see if the warning you received is valid or
- Another interesting site relates to
Letters - This is a great site to
remind people to ignore (delete) these virus
warnings. The real virus may be the
spread of pointless e-mail messages. Each
well-meaning person tells ten others, who in turn
tell ten others. This site explains that you
cannot get a virus from e-mails. (You may get
something from downloading an e-mail attachment.)
Email may be annoying, but not infectious. This
site is no longer maintained, but it does point
you to a number of other locations.
Systemworks, but I
personally like Dr.
Solomon's page. It
seems a little more user friendly.
Consulting - Looking
for an Executive Coach? Check Doug Jordan's Web Site.
- Center for
Research in Applied Creativity - Danny
Lyonnais and Diane Houle-Rutherford really have a
handle on helping organizations with Applied
Creative Problem Solving.
consultants who dare. Your
computers were Y2K ready but is your business truly ready
for the new millennium? Find out more from Dorothy
Milburn-Smith and her colleagues.
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