I was proud to work with Columbia Business School to help bring their new site to life. Presenting “Notes to the Next Class”. As they so aptly describe it, this new site is “a multimedia space designed to connect generations of students and showwhat it’s like to attend the School through the eyes of those […]
The good people of the National Pork Board and the Beef Checkoff Program are about to make it even easier for you to refuel your creative energy. The names used to describe various cuts of meat are about to be standardized. No longer will you have to wonder if a Butler Steak is the same […]
From pastemagazine.com comes this visual guide to everything you need to know from last season’s Mad Men to get ready for this Sunday’s premiere.
Obviously you’re already a big fan of Mental Floss (What? You’re not? What have you been doing with your life?). And now you can spend even MORE time going down the internet rabbit hole. Check out the Random Fact Generator: keep clicking and you will discover fun, little known facts that are sure to put […]
Really great advice! Just pick one today and follow it. You’ll be glad you did. 26 Time Management Hacks I Wish I’d Known at 20 from Etienne Garbugli @egarbugli
Introducing Gozaik: a free social web application recently launched in Beta that basically uses aggregated technology to dissect Twitter for job openings and releases this information to Gozaik users who can then apply for the jobs using their Gozaik résumés. Think of it as Twitter meets LinkedIn.
The title of this article is “Traditional Photographers Should be Horrified By The Cover Of Today’s New York Times“. What happened, you ask, that is so shocking? The cover photo was taken with an iPhone and then effects were added using Instagram. Apparently, this horrifies traditional photographers but isn’t this just a case of new […]
I know we’re not supposed to bond with faceless, soulless corporations but I have to admit that I have a soft spot for Google’s annual April Fool’s Day joke. Introducing Google Blue.
Human beings often equate ahigher number with greater happiness. For example, a higher salary will make you happier at work. Or, a more expensive bottle of wine will give you more satisfaction. However, a new study shows quantitative data which proves that’s not the case.
So maybe you weren’t so good at sticking with your New Year’s resolution. But, please, keep this promise to yourself: never, ever use any of these 65 words in business.