Category: Arizona issues

This category has something to do with living and working in Arizona.

Can Artificial Intelligence Replace the Human Touch?

It's questionable to think artificial intelligence can match the human touch.

I attended the sixth annual Phoenix Mobility Conference in September at Arizona State University. This is the second year in a row that a university hosted the event; last year’s conference was at Grand Canyon University. Interestingly, artificial intelligence (AI)

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When a Coupon Isn’t a Reward

Confusing coupons to make me track my purchases.

A couple of years ago, I wrote a post on LinkedIn about making customer rewards like coupons worthwhile to customers. I relayed a story from a friend about a spelling-challenged bakery that had mangled the spelling of her son’s name

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Make Your Website ADA Compliant

I was surprised to read that an important part of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) still hasn’t been finalized. Final rules were supposed to be issued last year about making websites ADA compliant, but have been delayed to next

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Substitute Lessons

I’ve been taking assignments as a substitute teacher in the Scottsdale school district the past couple of months. While it’s relatively easy to qualify—deliver college transcripts, pass a background check, pay processing fees—it’s not quite as easy to figure out how

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Laboring on Labor Day

Be honest. What did you do on Labor Day? Like many Americans, I worked that day. Of course, since I’m self-employed, I didn’t have to work but no work means no pay for freelancers. Labor Day used to celebrate the American

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