Gongol.com Archives: March 2014
Speed-reading for everyone
Some technology developers think they've cracked the code to speed-reading for everyone, without training, using a method of identifying the place where the eye should land on a word for maximum comprehension. Quite interesting. Possibly promising. The name ("Spritz") may leave a bit to be desired.
The trouble with special tax breaks
What troubles Google about smartphones
Too many people using games and apps and not browsing the Internet (and using Google to search it)
Accounting jargon watch: "COROA"
"Cash operating return on assets"
Where is the real Mason-Dixon line?