Answer: Face to face communication elicits more information through body language, tone, volume and modulation of voice. Altogether, face to face communication offers a greater richness of information.
Answer: The person that you are giving the feedback to can interrupt you, trying to defend themselves. This can be extremely obnoxious, and happens often (In my experience). That is one good reason to simply, say, shoot them an email.
Answer: http://www.pimall.com/nais/n.tel.tape.law.htmlADDED: USE CAUTION: The cited hotlink leads to a page that is applicable to TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS ONLY and does NOT address face-to-face scenarios.
Answer: it depends on the guy. Some guys are really easy to read, and others are very bad flirters or are very hard to read. It could be that this guy wants to be near you or likes you ;) or he might just walk that way. If he does it consistantly, he probably likes you in some sort of way (as a friend or romantically) Hope this helps
Answer: First you have to know who you want to interview. Then you have to be part of a fan club for that person. After that you need to try and get to a higher level for that organisation then you should be able to organise a face to face interview with them.
Answer: Well when you see Jesus face means you will have much joy and consolation. Three upside down crosses mean the anti-christ/ Satan.All I have to say is follow the right path. Jesus wants you with him. To me the dream actually means choose your destiny. Do you want to be with Jesus or do you want to turn away from him.
Answer: There are 12 States in the U.S. That requires ALL parties involved in the conversation (All Party Consent) to be made aware that the conversation is being recorded. These States are: California Connecticut Delaware Florida Illinois Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Montana New Hampshire Pennsylvania Washington The following 38 States require that at least ONE person (One Party Consent) involved in the conversation has given permission for the conversation to be recorded including the person doing the recording: Alaska Arkansas Colorado District of Columbia Georgia Hawaii Idaho Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming This falls under the United States Code: Title 18.2511. As long as you actually take part in the conversation and are doing so in a State that allows "One Party Consent", it is quite legal to record the conversation without another party in the conversation giving permission or even being told that they are being recorded.
Answer: Well without being racist you have to go through many surgical and medical treatments and surgeries to become white after being black. Kinda like Michael Jackson did. But if you just paint it white, you can be considered racist and might get lynched or something.