Sinead Mc Gee

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How to Run Meetings that Don’t Suck

In the UK last year a survey of office workers found that 40% of meetings were a waste of time. Factors such as the wrong attendees, a lack of …

Product Management: What I Learned About User Data, Research and Actionable Steps!

As I research product management disciplines and best practices to become a better PM entrepreneur, I came across content from Laura Klein that got …

The 16-year-old designer shaking up the music industry

Benji Taylor is not your standard 16-year-old. After building up a shamefully impressive graphic portfolio, the London designer has sent sky-high shockwaves across the pond – with artists like Ram Riddlz and A$AP Ant among the many tapping his talents. On top of that, he’s also casually managed to …

7 Bike Maintenance Mistakes to Avoid

We all make mistakes, but SRAM mechanic Sara Jarrell says she frequently meets cyclists who make the same common errors when it comes to bike set up and maintenance. She has wrenched for World Cup racers, led skills clinics for riders of all abilities and taught beginner classes, so she’s …

How Stüssy Became a $50 Million Global Streetwear Brand Without Selling Out

Growing organically from its surf-inspired roots, the independent label, which turns 35 this year, managed to parlay its heritage into a business …

Clothing

11 Vital Books for First-Time Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>From 2011 to 2013, I read 197 books. I read about history, physics, science, health, world travel, space exploration, the ocean, fitness and mathematics. I read bestsellers, classics and unknown authors. However, the underlying foundation …

Self-improvement

26 Books From Around The World You Need To Read Before You Die

Next stop: your local bookstore.

Books

NSA Has Planted Surveillance Software Deep Within Hard Drives Since 2001: Kaspersky

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been planting surveillance software deep within hard drives made by top manufacturers, allowing it to …

What’s Going On: America Then - Photographs and text by Ken Light | LensCulture

<i>Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming.... We're finally on our own<br>This summer I hear the drumming.... Four dead in Ohio</i><p>—Neil Young, Ohio, 1970<p>Boomers had a dream, and maybe our dream was naïve. A lot of us believed we could live our lives and build the world around two basic precepts: love and peace. We …

Delicious Natural Light: Guide To Editorial Food Photography with Rob Grimm

Here we present the first sample video of the Food Tutorial series from RGG EDU called The Complete Guide To Natural Light Food Photography with Rob …

Food Photography

Hate running? 25 ways to learn to love it

Running is boring. It's hard. It hurts. It's lonely. And it doesn't give you immediate results. Right?<p>While we don't think any of these are necessarily good excuses (or altogether true!), we do understand it's not always love at first run for anyone who ever decides to lace up and hit the …

A.A. Milne Reads from Winnie-the-Pooh in a Rare 1929 Recording

On February 13, 1924, <i>Punch</i> magazine published a short poem titled “Teddy Bear” by <b>Alan Alexander Milne</b> (January 18, 1882–January 31, 1956), one of the magazine’s editors and a frequent contributor. The poem was inspired by the stuffed teddy bear Milne had given to his son, Christopher Robin, three …

The Greatest LGBT Love Letters of All Time

What is love? This question haunts the human psyche perhaps more persistently than any other. It has occupied our collective imagination for millennia, it has baffled scientists, taunted philosophers, and tantalized artists. So mystified by love were the Ancient Greeks that they itemized six types …

Storytelling Technology Image is World Press Photo of the Year

American photographer John Stanmyer was just announced as the winner of the prestigious World Press Photo of the Year 2013 award for a stunning image that shows African migrants on the shore of Djibouti city (in the Horn of Africa or 13 miles northwest of the Somalia border), holding cellphones in …