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  1. 15 August 2012
  2. 02 November 2011

    An endless boring meeting...All the participants are yawning and dozing off. We will help you plan your escape! You will need: a boring meeting to attend, a notepad and a pen and our Issue #13. Follow our blog and learn how to kill time in boring meetings!

    Tags: Fun Stuff, yaM
  3. 11 August 2011

    Well, winners seems like a stretch; they won the contest, but they had to attend some of the worst meetings ever.

    Tags: Fun Stuff
  4. 03 August 2011

    This is the next guest post by our friend Meeting Boy - this time it's about the worst meeting experiences he's ever had.

    Tags: Fun Stuff
  5. 29 July 2011

    Have any of you ever wondered why among all the meeting applications available out there people still choose yaM? The answer to this question is obvious. yaM is easy to install and use. Unlike the rest of the apps Scott Adams is mocking at...

    Tags: Fun Stuff, yaM
  6. 25 July 2011

    Have you ever wondered what meeting efficiency look like? What was the first thing that came into your mind? Dilbert has its own idea on that!

  7. 22 July 2011

    Another meeting have been scheduled by your manager. Oh well, you are getting furious because you have loads of work to do. Is there anything we can do to shorten these meetings? Louis-Thomas Pelletier shares some great project with us! It's called “The Slightly Uncomfortable Chair Collection”. Check it out!

  8. 20 July 2011

    In meetings we deal with different types of personalities: some participants don't stop talking, others just sit there quietly and don't participate at all. Jonathan Grubb has identified 8 types of meeting attendees, do you recognize yourself in any of the following descriptions? We're sure there are a lot more types of meeting attendees. Please add your own in the comment section.

  9. 18 July 2011

    Do your coworkers offer to touch base, circle the wagons, drill down or even think outside the box? You are dealing with business jargon. Read this article in order not to get lost in the strange and exotic world of office conversations and business meetings...

  10. 15 July 2011

    Sometimes it's better to avoid face-to-face meetings and have a web-based instead using yaM. That's the reason why...