Big City Living: Save on Phone Plans with VoIP and Free Web Calling

Living in a major city centre can be a rewarding, enriching experience—especially for young people working and studying—but it can also be difficult to stay afloat with expensive everyday costs of living. Housing, transportation, food, and other necessities are expensive enough, and data costs in wireless plans contribute to a budget that can already be difficult to manage. Why not save money with VoIP?

Big city living is expensive, save money with VoIP
Big city living can be stressful and expensive—let us help through free web calling.

Thankfully, for students and young professionals especially, FreeConference.com has your free web calling needs covered. Primed for any device with a browser and Internet access, our browser-based service requires no downloads, registrations, or payments—simply enjoy interruption-free calling on us.

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How To Start a Prayer Line: A Step-by-Step Guide

Everybody understands how a conference call works: Participants dial into a preassigned number and enter a code at the prompt. But not everyone knows exactly how useful conferencing can be, and not just in a business-oriented environment! One of the most popular uses for conference calling is for a prayer line. Churches and synagogues around the world have realized the advantage to reaching large groups at once, simply and at no cost.

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Participatory Education and Conference Calls

 

Can participatory education save polar bears from extinction?

It is a question that runs through the minds of those of us old enough to realize that our generation bears a great degree of responsibility for the complete mess the world is in.

And the tragically bad puns. Bears?

On the good side, we tore the Berlin Wall down, got the lead out of gasoline, and broke Nelson Mandela out of Robben Island into the South African presidency.

But there’s still a lot of work to be done to ensure that Manhattan does not become the “Scuba Museum of Twenty-First Century Excess.”

A city sunk by its idling yellow cabs.

As Syria goes up in smoke and Soho slowly submerges, it can be refreshing or hopeful for us guilt-wracked geezers to get involved with the education of young people. Maybe we can make their cleanup job a little easier. Or should we just focus on getting out of their way?

But some of us are in positions of influence, and changing the educational curricula to incorporate self-knowledge systems such as Meyers-Briggs profiling could only help. Enshrining conflict resolution, good teamwork and communication skills into the heart of our primary schools would be wonderful place to start too.

But here is an incendiary idea that would really help change the world for the better.

Instead of talking down to children for 12 years, why don’t we give them a revolutionary and effective communication tool called participatory education? It even comes in a digital form, and you know they’ll like that.

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Conference Calls and Multidisciplinary Design Teams

What will soon be North America’s tallest wood framed building is under construction at the University of British Columbia (UBC). One of the world’s new “wooden skyscrapers,” it demonstrates that
environmentally friendly wood can be used as the framework to build large structures just as economically and safely as less ecological concrete, glass and steel.

One of the key tools in both its conception and construction will have been the conference call.

The project brought together a dozen partners, and engaged a design team on several continents. An incredible amount of information needed not only to be shared, but worked on in a collaborative process.

As a new project under a very public microscope, the residence couldn’t afford mistakes.

The project is a perfect example of how conference calls can help keep a multidisciplinary team connected for a successful project.

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What do Telecaster and Teleconferencing have in Common?

Telecasters and Teleconferencing are both 1950’s technology that completely transformed the world back in their heyday. They remain relevant today through their simple, and honest effectiveness.

Both of them are communication technologies that help many people share experiences at together, at once. What Telecasters and Teleconferencing have in common is their unique ability to help communicators express themselves without getting in the way.

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Teleconferencing Services make hiring easier and more efficient

Teleconferencing Services help with pre-hiring interviews. You could find “Mr or Ms Right”

Finding a good employee can be almost as difficult as finding the right spouse, and the consequences of a bad choice are almost as drastic.

The more information you can gather first the better, but time for hiring processes is short in most organizations. Conference calls make hiring easier and better by saving money and staff time, so you can cast a wider net and do better “due diligence” on prospective employees.

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