March 01, 1999
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts March 1999 Current Issue
March 1999 Short Cuts - Tips for Work, Home and Life

EDITED BY LOREN G. EDELSTEIN


TRAIN PLOTTING
Ride the rails to meetings with a little old-fashioned romance by hiring a private car for a dinner, reception or even a small board meeting.

STARTING EARLY
Drinking before noon used to be taboo, but not anymore. Several New York City companies have embraced the "cocktail brunch."

HEALTH BEAT: WORTH A SHOT
A walk in the woods is safe once again. The FDA has approved a vaccine against tick-borne Lyme disease.

FOR THE BOOKSHELF
We review two books full of business tips: Work in Progress, by Michael Eisner with Tony Schwartz, and Dance Lessons: Six Steps to Great Partnerships in Business, by Chip R. Bell and Heather Shea.

FAST FORWARD
On-Site Photo Directories produces yearbook-style directories for shows.

WEB SITES WE LIKE
Find forensic information at Evidence: The True Witness, listen to air traffic at CyberAir Airpark and arrange for conference child care at KiddieCorp.

ETC.
Pampering at the Chateau Whistler...Nonrefundable travel: another Y2K problem.


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