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Dallas' Seven Best Rooftops To Soak in the Amazing Weather

The Black Friar<p>LDD<p>Owner Fergal McKinney recently renovated the second story of <b>The Black Friar</b> in uptown (2621 McKinney Ave.) and added an upstairs …

Personal Branding for Introverts

I had just finished a talk at a leading technology company when an engineer approached me. “I liked your ideas about personal branding, and I can see how they’d work,” he told me. “But most of them aren’t for me — I’m an introvert. Is there anything I can do?” What he didn’t realize is that (like …

Putting Time In Perspective - UPDATED

Humans are good at a lot of things, but putting time in perspective is not one of them. It’s not our fault—the spans of time in human history, and …

The Lessons I Learned From a Health Nut Father

I grew up in a house with parents who agreed on nearly everything (at least in front of me and my siblings). Their one point of disagreement manifested itself in health habits: my mom's philosophy was more indulgent, with instant gratification, while my dad surprisingly played the role of health …

Building a Minimum Viable Product? You’re Probably Doing it Wrong

In creating a minimum viable product, entrepreneurs choose between experiments that can validate or invalidate their assumptions about a business model.<p>If your MVP is a worse product than your imagined final version, success validates your idea; failure, on the other hand, doesn’t necessarily …

Harvard Biz Review on Twitter: "8 leadership lessons from the world's greatest coach. http://t.co/2SHpWtlmqX @anitaelberse http://t.co/rL53BqkjQ6"

Replying to @<b>HarvardBiz</b><p>Must read @<b>HarvardBiz</b>: 8 leadership lessons from world's greatest coach. http://s.hbr.org/17Wr6ue @<b>anitaelberse</b> …

It Takes Purpose to Become a Billionaire

What do billionaires have in common? What is it that they do better than anyone else? Why do we admire them, or their companies’ products and services, so much?<p>I’ve spent some time trying to identify common traits in the <i>Forbes</i> list of billionaires and other similar lists of the world’s wealthiest. …

John Sculley Just Gave His Most Detailed Account Ever Of How Steve Jobs Got Fired From Apple

After years of silence, former Apple CEO John Sculley has recently been moving more into retrospective mode. On Thursday, Sculley gave perhaps his fullest public account ever of the circumstances surrounding Apple’s firing of Steve Jobs, spending eight extemporaneous and uninterrupted minutes on …

How Google, Yahoo, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon track you (infographic)

Americans are starting to perk up about privacy after the reveal of a government surveillance program called PRISM. But it’s important to know how tech companies generally track your data and what you’re agreeing to in those terms of service agreements.<p>Google, Facebook, and Yahoo all rely pretty …