by Richard Stokes ‘Toodledo!’ – No, that’s not one of my weird British sayings.  That would be ‘Toodle-loo’ which is British slang for ‘goodbye, see you later’ and actually comes from the mispronunciation of the French phrase “tout à l’heure” which means the same thing; we just butchered it somewhere along the way.    …

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by Tony Rushin Oftentimes it’s easier to convey your intended message by replying within the body of the email that was sent to you.  This is called answering in-line (meaning, in the original message).  For the lawyers reading this, you may know it by its Latin description: inlineonus answeritis*.  Make your reply stand out by…

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by Tony Rushin Oftentimes it’s easier to convey your intended message by replying within the body of the email that was sent to you.  This is called answering in-line (meaning, in the original message).  For the lawyers reading this, you may know it by its Latin description: inlineonus answeritis*.  Make your reply stand out by…

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by David Gracey Early summer marks longer days, pleasant mornings, getting to sleep in later and, yes, the annual ritual of swim team.  The Gracey family is now in its seventh year of doing summer swim team.  We have joined the thousands of other families in Atlanta for daily treks to the swimming pool, wet…

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