®ogerB Review: Streak a CRM Productivity Tool that works in Gmail

Streak

CRM in your inbox.

I have just started using the FREE Streak app and Wow what a great tool this is going to be.  This app integrates with Gmail so no more changing to the CRM as it is all right there in Gmail.

Check it out here  www.streak.com 

only works with Safari and Chrome at the moment

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Anyone buying a new house then check out Luigi Cappel new ebook.

Anyone buying a new house then check out Luigi Cappel new ebook..

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Bennett Web remembers September 11th 2001

Bennett sites around the world 

Remember September 11th 2001

12 years

not in any order
http://www.bennett.edu/
http://www.bennett.com/
http://www.bennett.com.au/
http://www.bennettvision.com/
http://www.bennett-ind.com/
http://www.mikebennettgraphics.com
http://www.bennettgold.ca/
http://www.bennettracing.com/
http://www.bennett.co.uk
http://www.bennetts.co.nz/
http://pmbennett.net/
http://www.leebennett.com/
http://www.julesbennett.com/
http://www.seanpbennett.com
http://davidbennett.co.nz/
http://www.joebennett.co.nz/
http://www.paulabennett.co.nz/
http://billbennett.co.nz/
http://www.mauricebennett.co.nz
http://www.markbennett.co.nz/
http://www.bennettmirror.co.nz/
http://www.bennettcurrie.co.nz/
http://www.bennettsbeer.co.nz/
http://www.bennetttrimtabs.com/
http://www.bobbennettphoto.com/
http://www.bennettsmotorinn.co.nz/
http://bennettsculpture.biz/
http://www.bennettsofmangawhai.com/
http://www.bennettpump.com/
 
 
 
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Friday Question for you ?

Bluetooth is a modern technology named after a 10th-century king of which country? Answer Here

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#airnzshareme #airnz great day to fly

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Today in History – 21st August 1958 – Auckland pedestrians begin ‘Barnes Dance’

1958 Auckland pedestrians begin ‘Barnes Dance’

Auckland became the first city in New Zealand to introduce the ‘Barnes Dance’ street-crossing system, which stopped all traffic and allowed pedestrians to cross intersections in every direction at the same time.

The system was first used in North American cities in the 1940s and is named after an American traffic engineer, Henry A. Barnes. Barnes did not claim to have invented the system but was a strong advocate of it, having observed the difficulties his daughter faced crossing the road to get to school. As traffic commissioner in Denver, Baltimore, and New York, Barnes promoted the concept for the entire CBD of these cities. Despite many dire predictions, local newspapers were soon admitting that the concept worked well. The name came into being when an American reporter wrote that ‘Barnes has made the people so happy they’re dancing in the streets’.

In Auckland the Barnes Dance became a feature of pedestrian traffic in Queen Street. Other New Zealand cities soon followed Auckland’s lead and introduced the system. In recent years the growth in the number of vehicles on our city streets has seen the Barnes Dance come under attack, as traffic engineers have placed more emphasis on the flow of cars than that of pedestrians.

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What next L&P

L&P is a soft drink which is world famous in New Zealand  https://www.facebook.com/LemonAndPaeroa

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Today in History – 14 August 1891 Women’s vote petitions presented to Parliament

1891 Women’s vote petitions presented to Parliament

Organised by the Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), these petitions were signed by a total of 9000 women. They contributed to the introduction of a Female Suffrage Bill, which received majority support in the House of Representatives but was defeated in the Legislative Council (the upper house).

Over the following two years the WCTU and its allies would organise two more, much bigger petitions to Parliament. In 1892 their hopes would again be dashed in the Legislative Council, but in 1893 women’s suffrage legislation was passed by both houses of Parliament. On 19 September that year the Electoral Act was signed into law by the governor, Lord Glasgow, making New Zealand the first self-governing country to grant the right to vote to all adult women.

Image: Suffrage petition (Elections NZ)

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Friday funny

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Happy World Cat Day

Happy World Cat-Day 2013

catday

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