Is there anything more amusingly anachronistic in today's tech world than the "Cc" and "Bcc" fields?
For those of you born after 1980, they stand for "carbon copy" and "blind carbon copy," respectively. For those of you born after 1990, "carbon copy" refers to the old-fashioned, pre-Xerox method of copying documents. (Millennials: Xerox is a company that was once known for making copiers.)
In modern terms, the Cc field is used to send a copy of an email to one or more contacts (though it's a bit redundant given that you can just as easily add multiple address to the "To" field).
If slide decks are part of your daily routine, you know what a hassle it can be to show them from a laptop.
You have to connect a projector, wait an eternity for the PC to boot, run PowerPoint, load your slide deck, switch the laptop's video output to projector mode, and so on and so on. You can blow 10-20 minutes just getting set up for your presentation, which is not what I would call a productive use of your time.
I can't tell you how many small-business owners I know who know nothing about online marketing. And that's to their detriment.
See, even the smallest enterprise can benefit from leveraging blogs, social networks, and other online tools. Too bad there's no instruction manual aimed at teaching owners the basics of online marketing.
Actually, there are plenty of them -- and if you own a Kindle, a device that can run a Kindle app, or even just a PC, you can get one for free.