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The trouble with paper

Sep 18, 2014 11:25 SGT Edits Inc. Contrary to what some futurists would predict, mankind will never be able to get away from paper documents. But paper is probably the most banal things in our lives, because it is darn difficult to keep them organized. We often spend much time to reduce our paper pile, only to have it inch upwards again. The good news - it only takes 3 steps to solve the problem. Easy as peas.

Why the back-end is as important as the front-end

Sep 05, 2014 18:45 SGT Edits Inc. Businesses often pay a lot of attention to the front end - how their premises look like, whether their employees are well-trained, what laptops should they be buying for their employees, etc. Very often, the back-end operating processes are forgotten, and the business struggles to find profitability. Business is not about making sales, but making money. This post answers common questions asked.

Organizing messy desks - your questions answered, part 4

Sep 01, 2014 12:20 SGT Edits Inc. Recently we received a couple of questions about organizing messy desks, and thought it may be good to share the answers here so everyone can learn to be more productive and happier at work. In part 1, we tackle the frequently-asked questions on the "whys" of getting organized. Parts 2 and 3 talks about the "how" of getting organized, while part 4 deals with the all-important purge process.

Lazy people are awesome - and here's why.

Aug 29, 2014 12:20 SGT Edits Inc. Being an industrial engineer is tiring - our eyes are constantly peeled to look for operational efficiency flaws and our brains are always thinking of the possible ways to address such problems and improve productivity. Worse, our mouths can't quite help themselves from dishing out efficiency-improvement advice. Consider this our ode to occupational hazard. And the start of a book, perhaps?

Organizing messy desks - your questions answered, part 3

Aug 27, 2014 12:55 SGT Edits Inc. Recently we received a couple of questions about organizing messy desks, and thought it may be good to share the answers here so everyone can learn how to be more productive and happier at work. In part 1, we tackle the frequently-asked questions on the "whys" of getting organized. Parts 2 and 3 gives the "how" of getting organized, while part 4 deals with the all-important purge process.

Organizing messy desks - your questions answered, part 2

Aug 18, 2014 20:20 SGT Edits Inc. Recently we received a couple of questions about organizing messy desks, and thought it may be good to share the answers here so everyone can learn how to be more productive and happier at work. In part 1, we tackle the frequently-asked questions on the "whys" of getting organized. Parts 2 and 3 gives the "how" of getting organized, while part 4 deals with the all-important purge process.

Luxury storage with storefriendly

Aug 15, 2014 12:13 SGT Store Friendly Self Storage

Organizing messy desks - your questions answered, part 1

Aug 11, 2014 20:20 SGT Edits Inc. Recently we received a couple of questions about organizing messy desks, and thought it may be good to share the answers here so everyone can learn how to be more productive and happier at work. In part 1, we tackle the frequently-asked questions on the "whys" of getting organized. Parts 2 and 3 talks about the "how" of getting organized, while part 4 deals with the important purge process.

Journalist of the month: Singaporean K-pop fan turned news editor

Aug 07, 2014 11:00 SGT Mynewsdesk This month, we speak to Singaporean K-pop fan turned owner of a Korean entertainment news site, James Chan, who shared tips on how to pitch stories to lifestyle and entertainment writers.

Journalist of the month: Will paid, impartial media eventually die out?

Jul 09, 2014 11:30 SGT Mynewsdesk This month we talk to Justin Harper, veteran journalist who has spent a decade at Daily Mail and Telegraph. He shares about his deep experiences and observations on how the journalism scene has evolved.