“I use Google for everything from finding other sites to searching for general information, plus linking to maps. I use my DROID X smartphone with Android 2.2 to do voice searches on Google. It’s phenomenally quick and easy to search and navigate using Google, helping improve productivity.”
Brian Danfield • Region President, Verizon Wireless
“The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s website – nhpco.org. This site contains valuable information including regulatory and compliance issues, Medicare reimbursement updates, educational offerings, hospice advocacy and professional resources.”
Carole Fisher • President and CEO, Nathan Adelson Hospice
“My favorite website is tut.com. There you may sign up for the Adventurer’s Club to receive an email from “The Universe” each weekday. The message is positive and a little humorous. What better way to start each work day than with a positive message and a smile?”
Dianne Bilderback • President, M&IS, Inc
“I know, I know, a tax attorney should say his most useful sites are Lexisnexis.com, bnatax.com or even irs.gov. While I regularly use these, the search engine behemoth Google is a mainstay for general research and sometimes even acts as a springboard for answering complex tax questions.”
David M. Grant • Partner, Jeffrey Burr, Ltd.
“I like the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency, dsireusa.org. It has all the rebate and incentive programs for every government entity in the country. The programs are constantly being updated and changed, so the site is a very valuable resource for those looking at renewable energy for their home or business.
Ken Ruggiero • General Manager, American Patriot Solar Community
“Personally, I’m a big sports fan, so I like to visit ESPN.com. Professionally, I’m constantly using the internal website we have here at Crescent. It’s called C2 (or “C squared”). It has everything from our company calendar to our employee handbook to all the forms we use in our business to news about our company, the commercial real estate industry and more.”
Leslie Balko • Director of Property Management, Crescent Real Estate Equities, LLC