New Family Advisory Council for Life360
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A New Family Advisory Council for Life360
The Family Advisory Council for Life360, a family-oriented group that focuses on issues relevant to families and relationships, is seeking new board members. You can view the full list here.
If the client e-mails me personally, I’ll typically respond to that client within 45 minutes. But I’ll usually try to respond to the client as quickly as I can.
If the client e-mails me via a list of service providers, I may respond to that client within 2 to 3 days. It’s very rare for Life360 to offer me a response after that.
Life360 responds very slowly to e-mail and telephone messages, and some client issues require longer responses.
Because the people most in need of my help are usually the same individuals who come to Life360’s client call center. The people I work with are people who have had some major issues with someone (or several people) in their life and I feel that I have the expertise to work with them.
There are great benefits to making a change, and these benefits are not always clear to the uninformed or those who don’t want to change. First, you will probably feel a lot more involved, both personally and professionally. Second, the opportunity to make changes without feeling pressure to do so will give you the right motivation to do so. Third, by starting a new council you’ll have a great sense of responsibility and purpose.
The most I can say about what I enjoy about my work is that the more time I spend working with individuals, the more I learn about myself and the people I work with. As I continue to stay on the job, I’m interested in doing more of this sort of work.
The Beeflow Network
The business model of Beeflow is twofold. They have their own bees which they loan out to farmers for pollination and also work with beekeepers to bring them into the Beeflow network. Beekeepers do not pay for Beeflow technology, but do give the rights over to their relationships with farmers. The startup was founded by Matias Viel who is from Argentina and mostly operates in Latin America and the western U.S. coast. With plans to expand on the East Coast and Mexico.
I’ve been hearing a lot of talk lately about the upcoming Beeflow event, which is an annual event featuring concerts and parties for music fans and other fans of the band. This year, this event took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This year was the first time that I had gone on a trip with my wife and kids to the Midwest to attend this event. The previous year my wife attended the event, the event was sold out for two weeks. But this year, tickets started going on sale a week before the event, so I decided to go.
After the concert in Minneapolis, my husband, who was in town for that week of the event, decided he wanted to go see the local band, The Beat. I told my husband we could still go. He was not against it, I just didn’t want him to get in a car with two people at 11 p. after the concert at 8 a. I knew that he was going to be spending his next few days with his sister and my older brother and I was very nervous. I knew that he’d have to work and stay late and that the kids would be excited. And I did want to spend time with my wife and kids and just hang out with my brother and my daughter in my room. I also knew that if I had a big group of my college friends, I could get them to go as well.
I had told my husband what I was getting into. I told him that I was getting paid $1500 for the trip and that I wasn’t getting reimbursed for any expenses. I also told him that I was going to sleep in the car when we took the train from Minneapolis all the way to Chicago. I told him that I would have to wake him up at 4 a. after the concert in order to drive him and my sister and her friend to the hotel, from there to the train station and back to Chicago. I knew that I was going to have to get up a couple times because I did not want him to get too tired after the concert.
I had told him that if I didn’t get into the hotel by 9 a. I would have to wake him up again at 4 a. the next day to drive him and his sister-in-law and their friend to the train station and back to Chicago. So far so good, right?.
Facebook Priced Oculus Quest 2
While many of the developers inside Oculus Studios continue to build titles for Valve’s Steam store, which are accessible with third-party headsets, most non-Facebook VR platforms appear to be a shrinking piece of the VR overall pie, having been priced out of the market by Facebook’s aggressive pursuit of a mass market audience. Oculus Quest 2 from Facebook retails for $299 and the company has said that it sold together all of its previous devices in its first few months. In April, Facebook acquired Downpour Interactive, maker of the VR shooter “Onward…”
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Pricing, availability and more from Oculus.
Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe is getting into the Oculus Rift head-mounted display business this month as the virtual reality headset maker presents the latest iteration of its headset, or Oculus Quest, to gamers. The “quests” feature was not part of the firm’s original Rift Kickstarter campaign, which ended with the company announcing they would no longer be making “quests,” and the name was changed to Oculus Quest because of the way the Oculus Rift can be used as a virtual reality device to play games.
Unlike the Rift, the Oculus Quest will not have a single headset, but rather a pair of “headset” devices, one for each eye, where a pair of sensors will allow owners to use the technology to play games across a range of popular titles on different game engines and platforms.
The Quest is priced at $499, the same as the Rift, as a way to break the price barrier the company set with previous models of the new headset, and it will be released to the pre-orders of the Rift, which has been available for pre-orders since November.
The company expects to ship the Quest in early September. There will be a limited number of pre-orders available for the headset, but the company said in its announcement that additional orders would be filled at a later date.
The headset itself will be the same as the prototype that the company showed to gamers at CES 2014. It will have the same number of sensors, an articulated head and front and rear displays that are similar to the Rift, which is currently only available for PC. The company did not give specific pricing information.
Oculus says the headset will be available to consumers for $99 in September and that shipments for the headset will be tracked via a “pre-order” model, which allows prospective customers to pre-order the headset and then have it shipped to them if it gets to the warehouse in a timely fashion.
Game content that will be available for the headset will not be revealed until September, although it is possible that the Oculus Quest could include features built into the game that would benefit players. The company is also looking at other games within the realm of VR games that could be part of a third party’s games or be developed by third party studios.
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