Thomas Keller is a very lucky man. Not only is he the only chef and restauranteur in the U.S. to be awarded three Michelin stars for two restaurants simultaneously, his two restaurants, French Laundry in the Napa Valley, and Per Se in New York City’s Columbus Circle, are consistently ranked among the world’s best restaurants by Restaurant magazine.
Labor Day was once only a holiday to celebrate the efforts of our nation’s hardest working citizens. Today, it symbolizes much more – like the start of back-to-school season and a time for many to put summer behind them and get back to work. And, just as the meaning of this holiday has evolved over the years, so has our nation’s workforce. These days, nearly 70% of workers use a computer every day and information technology continues to grow as an industry.
All around the United States, people are getting more interview callbacks in IT. If you want to find out which IT sector jobs are booming, and which are the most highly paid, then read on. You can find out why jobs are expanding, what skills are required, and what each job comprises for IT gurus. Thanks to Modis, the Information Technology marketplace has become as straightforward as binary.
When Earth Day (April 22) emerged in the 1970s, its purpose was to inspire others to be more conscious of the environment. Now, forty years later, people are surrounded by news of the ecological damages caused by our lifestyles.
We keep hearing these overwhelming environmental disasters such as the thinning ozone layer and the BP oil spill. Although these issues seem larger than life, we can easily prevent more ecological harm with just a little effort. An article by CNN, which lists simple ways to be more environmental, shows how the littlest personal changes make the biggest impacts.