Gone are the days of mailing and remailing contracts, and we could not be more thrilled. Written contracts can often be time-consuming and complex, and honestly just a big pain. Luckily, eSignatures have come to save the day! Contracts don’t necessarily need the typical ink-to-paper form of signing anymore, yet some companies have not taken advantage of all that eSignatures and clickwraps have to offer. In this blog we will outline some contract-signing practices that have yet to completely fall to the wayside (but hopefully will soon).
If you're anything like us here at PactSafe, you are obsessed with Mike Judge and Alec Berg’s comedy about the American tech industry: Silicon Valley. The show, which just started it's fourth season last month, centers around a group of young entrepreneurs trying to make it big despite the hijinks they regularly find themselves in. Silicon Valley successfully satirizes the tech goliaths and the startup world, in a hilarious and completely relatable way.
With the month of March upon us comes the opportunity to do a little spring cleaning, and start fresh. Luckily, there are hundreds of productivity apps and tools that can help you in your pursuit of a decluttered life. Here are some of our personal favorites.
A liberal arts college prides itself on producing a well-rounded student, someone who is curious and excited about learning outside of their comfort zone. As a product of liberal arts education, obviously I am partial to this approach to learning.
According to a number of tech companies, employees with liberal arts degrees are actually preferred. Fast Company noted that this is so because “the liberal arts train students to thrive in subjectivity and ambiguity, a necessary skill in the tech world where few things are black and white.”
Signing documents is a part of our daily lives, but very rarely do we stop and think about how much this practice has changed over the years. People have been making their mark since the days of pictographs and hieroglyphics. But, fast forward a couple thousand years, and the power of the signature is right at our fingertips. Literally.
One of the great things about the tech industry is that it is constantly changing. What’s trending one week, can be nearing obsolescence a month later (cough cough, Pokemon Go). However, in our opinion, these 2016 tech trends don’t seem to be dying off fast enough!
Hopefully 2017 will stick to the “out with the old, in with the new” mantra, and these trends will be sent to the tech graveyard.
Whether you’re a developer newbie, or you’ve been in the game for a while, these free programming tools and resources are awesome to have in your back pocket.
Since the dawn of the iPod, podcasts on a variety of topics have been available to listeners via iTunes. In the early 2000’s, these narrative recordings seemed to peak in popularity, followed by a slow decline over the next decade. Recently, however, there has been a resurgence, in what NYmag refers to as the Great Podcast Renaissance. It has been determined that the main stimulus behind the podcast revival is pretty obvious: it’s all thanks to the commuter.