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From ads that dance or sing to MTV-like commercials, online advertisers are now using a new type of technology called “rich media” to attract consumers.U.S. Internet advertising revenue will have reached about $12 billion last year, up $3 billion from 2004. Of this, advertisers spent about $1 billion on rich media, up from $800 million in 2003, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
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From ads that dance or sing to MTV-like commercials, online advertisers are now using a new type of technology called “rich media” to attract consumers.U.S. Internet advertising revenue will have reached about $12 billion last year, up $3 billion from 2004. Of this, advertisers spent about $1 billion on rich media, up from $800 million in 2003, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
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Being More Productive

Allen is a productivity consultant and the author of the best seller Getting Things Done, which outlines the list-driven efficiency system adherents call by its acronym: GTD.  BR: Let’s start with something simple. How does each of you define what you do? Allen: I help people and organizations produce more with less input. I teach […]
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10 Reasons GTD is Like Karate

For years I have woven the martial arts metaphor in and through my writing, training and coaching about the Getting Things Done® methodology. I had the good fortune to be able to study karate for several years in my twenties, and my familiarity with that field gave me a rich context of images and concepts […]
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How ‘Getting Things Done’ Changed My Life: 5 Lessons I Learned

Published May 15th, 2017 by Rachel Burger in Project Management   It’s a work night at 11:20 p.m. I’m sitting in an old “Peanuts” shirt and a gray, too-big pair of sweatpants staring at this blog post. “Shameless” plays quietly behind me. My boyfriend, Garrett, only half-paying attention, flicks through muted YouTube clips of Shinsuke […]
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