It’s January, 1984. Steve Jobs, nattily attired in a double-breasted suit, is demonstrating Apple’s breakthrough personal computer, Macintosh, before a packed room. He speaks alarmingly of a future controlled
It's only been a few days since Kobe Bryant made his return to the court against the Toronto Raptors in what he called a D-rated performance at best. Although his comeback night didn't go as planned, is
What if instead of filing for an IPO or getting acquired by Yahoo, the end game for any startup was to become autonomous — to become wholly independent of the land that birthed it? What if Silicon Valley
Augment your dSLR camera with an Android app that offers advantages like better focus, time-lapse photography, and even the option to share photos the moment they're shot. Sharon Vaknin shows you how.
I’ve read many posts in the past asking how to get started learning to code, or asking what people should do next after they’ve finished Code Academy. I wanted to give my story thus far to help others
Employees already use their own phones for work--and it probably makes them more productive. Here's how to make those devices more secure. Whether you give your blessing or not, most of your employees
Everyone would like the perfect mentor. You can use LinkedIn to get one. Here's how. Recently I was speaking at a California university when a young woman impressed me with a single statement. She told
You can read his full commencement address on MIT's website here. Houston, who was involved with numerous startups before creating online backup and storage platform Dropbox, discussed giving himself MBA's
Want to get to know your customers better? Here are 23 topics you should explore to uncover what they love about you, what they hate, and what they want you to do different. “Research is formalized curiosity.
Great athletes put the odds in their favor by having a routine that helps them start each day right. Why don't you? Here are three tips to do just that. Most top athletes go through a preparation routine
You will make hiring mistakes, and you will have problems with customers. What's important is the recovery. I stopped on my way home from work the other night to grab a quick takeout dinner at a small
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Procter & Gamble's former CEO offers simple but useful tips for better discussions at work and elsewhere. A great deal of our lives is spent talking to people. The proportion may go up for salespeople
Four simple, destructive behaviors that doom a marriage--and a business. Kim Kardashian and I have one thing in common. Neither of us would know the other if we tripped over them. Before a few days ago,