When I am stuck in the living nightmare that is Atlanta traffic, I usually listen to podcasts to assuage my road rage. Last month, while listening to one of my favorite podcasts, Radiolab, I found myself increasingly absorbed by an interview with a charming and spritely English doctor for his 80th birthday. This was unusual for a podcast that focused singularly on science and philosophy.
“I feel small, but so are stars from a distance.” I realized in the second grade that I didn’t quite worry about the same things all the other kids at school worried about. At just six-years-old, I was consumed, paralyzed even, in fear.
Recently, Corus360 was asked to train users at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta on the ins and outs of Microsoft Outlook after a recent migration from Lotus Notes. The project was a success, and our people are now back at home in Norcross, GA. The three-person team consisted of Angela Wilson, Levi Pawich, and Patrick Naegele, who were kind enough to sit down for an interview with us to share their experiences and pictures.