By samzenpus from Slashdot's read-all-about-it department
writes "When I initially read 15 Minutes Including Q&A: A Plan to Save the World From Lousy Presentations, I enjoyed it and thought it was a good book. It was only a few days later, sitting through yet another tedious vendor briefing, when I reread it and truly appreciated how awesome a book it really is."
Read on to see what Ben has to say about this book. 15 Minutes Including Q&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;A: A Plan to Save the World From Lousy Presentation
author Joey Asher
publisher Persuasive Speaker Press
reviewer Ben Rothke
summary Great book on how to make your presentation heardRead Replies (0)
By CmdrTaco from Slashdot's sorry-bout-that-my-bad department
Orome1 writes "The recent Play.com breach has been tied to the attack that its marketing communications firm Silverpop — a company that services over 105 customers, among whom are Walgreens and McDonalds — suffered last December. But the latest breach will likely have the biggest impact, because marketing services provider Epsilon — the largest one in the world — has notified its customers of a breach that likely compromised all of their mailing lists. Among Epsilon's customers are US Bank, JPMorgan Chase, TiVo, Capital One, the Home Shopping Network, LL Bean Visa Card, Ritz-Carlton Rewards, Best Buy, Disney Destinations, Walgreens, and many more."
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By timothy from Slashdot's clickaclicka-click-click department
According to an article at The Sydney Morning Herald, "China has detected 10 cases of radioactive contamination
among passengers, aircraft, ships and containers arriving from Japan since March 16, quarantine authorities said on Saturday. On Wednesday, radiation exceeding permitted levels was detected on two ships from the Japanese port of Chiba, near Tokyo, in the ports of Nantong and Zhangjiagang, Li Yuanping, spokesman of the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, said on its website." Meanwhile, airborne radiation from Japan is detectable in China, but thus far not considered a danger
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