15 Interview Questions To Ask Your Next Hire

  • August 1, 2013

At startups, everyone needs to pitch in, including doing the occasional administrative task. By asking prospective hires if they will make copies, you can identify those who have the “do whatever it takes” attitude that will help your startup succeed. I would want to know, first and foremost, that the…


12 Must-Have Skills For Startup Employees

  • February 7, 2013

The ability to focus and execute is essential in a startup business, and the employees who can ignore bright, shiny objects and accomplish their objectives are golden. It’s a balancing act, surely, but the essential and well-executed project is more valuable than a dozen could-have-been-great and abandoned…

More – Open Video Player Initiative

  • October 6, 2008

OpenVideoPlayer.comThe recently launched Open Video Player Initiative takes the form of a community site where individuals from all over the world convene together and discuss and share the best practices as regards video player development. The site features downloadable player source code along with a section where members of the community provide advice and insight to developers and designers the world over.

From the main page you will be able to access the latest resources, including videos dealing with issues such as consumer expectations for online video and so forth. There is also a category named “Showcase” where you can read about sites using the project files provided by the Open Video Player initiative. These include the FWA Theater and Adobe TV websites. You can also submit your site to the featured showcase list.

Lastly, a section which merits a special mention is the one named “Download”, as there you can procure the latest release of the Open Video Player. Release notes are also going to be added in the near future.

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More – Connecting With Children

  • June 2, 2008

Kidsgames.comKidsGames is a worldwide movement connecting with children and the communities in which they live. This is already making a positive difference to the lives of tens of thousands of children.

All children can be involved in the core KidsGames elements which include Sports and Games, the Bible, creativity, compassion, KidsMedia and more. All these games are integrated into a fun and easy-to-run initiative. In each community there is a multi-day, multi-group, sport focused, value-based, global initiative for children aged between 6 and 14 years. KidsGames provides a means for churches of different denominations, schools, businesses, and community groups to work together on an ongoing basis. The general aim is to serve children who learn and compete together to bring about personal, spiritual, and community transformation. The site has the task of communicating every activity, event, and game group calendar as a service to each community. Within you will find much relevant information, including news, free downloads, links, and more.

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