Jeff Bedser, CEO of Princeton Internet Crimes Group (left), and his cohorts function as Web Gumshoes, finding Internet-based threats and recovering money. Bedser will speak at the Princeton Regional Chamber lunch on Thursday, July 12, at 11:30 a.m. at the Princeton Marriott. (Usually held on first Thursdays, this lunch was postponed because of the July 4th holiday).
Eileen Sinett will tell of another kind of danger — the unconscious mistakes you might make when you pitch a sale, introduce a colleague, or make a short speech. An author, consultant, and keynoter, she speaks at the Princeton Regional Chamber breakfast on Wednesday, July 18, at 7:30 a.m. at the Nassau Club. She will sign copies of her book, Speaking That Connects.
And keep the environment safe by remembering to bring your hazardous stuff (monitors, TVs, old batteries, chemicals) to the Obnoxious Stuff Collection Day on Saturday, July 14. (OK, it’s really Household Hazardous Waste and Used Electronics Collection, but you get it). If you invite your neighbors to load up their car with their stuff, they might shovel your driveway next winter. The last time I went, the line was minimal — I shot right through.