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Surveys for Monday July 28,2008 - Celebrities in the News
Amy Winehouse, not shockingly, preformed in Spain recently while sipping on a glass of red wine at the Rock in Rio music festival held southeast of Madrid.
1. Do you think that since many of her fans consist of teenagers that she should be more responsible with her vices while on stage?
No, this is who she is. Like her or hate her, but don't ask her to change to appear more responsible to her fans.
Yes, I think it would be nice if Winehouse showed some responsibility to her potential influence on young fans and maintain a somewhat professional attitude at least while on stage.
The 1980s had some of the most fabulous movies that depicted teenage life in the American high school. And perhaps the best known writer/director of such movies is John Hughes.
1. Of the below movies, which would you say is Hughes' most fabulous teenage high school movie?
Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)
The Breakfast Club (1985)
Sixteen Candles (1984)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
1. Of the below three sports primarily televised in countries other than the U.S., which would you be most likely to watch?
by Susan Johnston, for Yahoo! HotJobs
You spend 40-plus hours a week at work, so why not take the time to spruce up your office or cubicle? True, the length to which you can do this will vary depending on your company and industry, but in some cases an empty work area may be interpreted as a lack of commitment.
"By about month two-and-a-half or three, employees have personal stuff up there," observed Chana Anderson, director of human resources for Casa de las Campanas. "It could be a picture of their kids or a favorite mug. If employees don't have that, it makes others wonder. It appears as if they're not engaged."
Here are some suggestions for creating a personal yet professional workspace.
1. Choose a few conversation starters.
Whether you're crazy about the Red Sox, your kids, or your recent trip to Brazil, you can bring some of that passion to work with a few photos, postcards, or other items.
Caution: She added that most employers will draw the line at photos of people in bathing suits: "Whether it's that employee or their spouse, that has potential to offend somebody in the workspace."
2. Add a dash of color.
Sometimes upgrading those items you inherited from your cubicle's previous occupant can make your space more interesting. Think: a new mouse pad or a memo board in a tasteful design or your favorite color.
"I've seen people use nice little upholstery pin-boards," said Caralyn Goeldner, who owns tribeca design and has designed office interiors in the U.S. and Australia. In terms of color Goeldner says, "Yellow is an energy color, and green is a soothing color. Typically I see offices with a blue base.
Caution: Too many knick-knacks, picture frames, and personal items may make your space look disorganized, so choose extra items carefully.
3. Most importantly, use common sense.
If you work at an advertising agency, you will probably have more creative freedom with your space than someone who works at an insurance company. If you greet clients and hold meetings in your office, you may need to keep it more presentable than someone who answers emails all day and never interacts with people face-to-face. Look around the office and see how other people are using their spaces.
Jeremy King, business development manager for human resources consulting company FlashPoint, said he's seen his coworkers put up "pictures of family, awards, poems, football schedules, motivational items, and books.
Caution: King added that "if you question whether or not to bring something to the office, don't."
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