Angela Sayre

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The One Hire Every Startup Desperately Needs to Make

<i>Nick Marsh is the founder at Makeshift. This post originally appeared on Medium.</i><p>Hard Fork?Hard Fork.HARD FORK<p>I want to introduce a new<br>concept — ‘talent hacking’. I define this as the creative application of technology and data to the problem of building new teams.<p>I’m trying to coin this phrase in …

Ten Go-to Editing Tips for Using Photoshop

The recent release of Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) 2014 (which is the 15th release of the product) got me thinking about my own workflow. …

How to Turn Bland Text into Sparkling Online Content - Copyblogger

Let me guess …<p>You’re smart. You know your stuff. And you have a sparkle in your eyes when you talk about your favorite subject.<p>But your writing …

'He's a ham': Panda caught on camera playing in the snow

At least someone is enjoying the snow!<p>The Toronto Zoo closed early on Wednesday due to a snowstorm, and while that left several zoo-goers disappointed to be heading home early, 5-year-old giant panda Da Mao thought it called for a party.<p>A security camera in his enclosure caught the playful panda …

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To Sell Products That Help The World, Convince Consumers That They’re Helping Themselves

People are selfish. If you want to get them interested, appeal to their self-interest, not their desire to do good.<p>If you are one of the many retailers that believes being a good corporate citizen will help you sell more products, then we have a little secret to share with you. Despite what the …

Walking City: An Evolving Video Sculpture Morphs in Response to Architecture | Colossal

<p>Anyone who follows Colossal knows that digital animation and motion graphics are a rarity here, but this clip is a solid exception. Created by …

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Paul Krugman: No, millions of Americans won’t lose their jobs because of Obamacare

<b>Paul Krugman (Reuters/Brendan Mcdermid)</b><p>The New York Times columnist takes on “the latest falsehood in the ever-mendacious campaign against health reform”<p>Katie McDonough<p>February 7, 2014 2:23pm (UTC)<p>Paul Krugman's Friday column in the New York Times takes on "the latest falsehood in the …

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Our Hearts Went Boom: The Beatles in New York

On Friday, February 7, 1964—fifty years ago today—the Beatles landed in the United States; they played on “The Ed Sullivan Show” that Sunday night, and we’ve been screaming with joy ever since. This week, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center had an opening-night …

Betty White Was Quite The Glamour Girl In These Vintage Makeup Commercials

We immediately burst into laughter at the very thought of Betty White's gullible character Rose Nylund. (She had the kookiest way of making a point.) But we were totally shocked to discover vintage makeup commercials that showed us a glamorous side of "The Golden Girl."<p>In this video clip, we see a …

The Ultimate Megamix of Beyoncé's New Album — You're Welcome

There's no stopping Beyoncé's surprise victory lap. Her self-titled album is the best-selling female debut of 2013. (She goes and saves the best for …

Innovation: How the Creative Stay Creative

Innovative companies require innovative people. For lessons on developing a creative work force, we asked some of the nation's top innovation consultants how they do it in their own shop.<p><b>Get Multicultural</b><p>Cultural melting pots produce inventive meals, believes Sohrab Vossoughi, CEO of Ziba, an …

Zaha Hadid's vagina stadium, penis factories and Vincent van Coffee – the week in art

Exhibition of the week<p><b>Turner and the Sea</b><br>Swirling and swelling, the great untamed ocean has never had a more acute portraitist than JMW Turner. Greenwich was home to veterans of Nelson's navy in the days when this Londoner was lashing himself to masts to create majestic perceptions of nautical …

Man Decorates House With 502,165 Holiday Lights, Shatters World Record

And, boy, is the Gay family of LaGrangeville, New York gonna be pissed.<p>More than 29 miles of wire. More than 500,000 lights. More than 70,000 visitors. Move over, Clark Griswold: You have nothing on David Richards, the Australian lawyer who has just broken the Guinness World Record for the most …

Outdoor Recess Is Better For Kids Than Playing Indoors, Study Says

Not all recesses were created equally.<p>According to a new study out of Washington University in St. Louis, urban public school children get more exercise when given the opportunity to play outside during recess, as opposed to having to play indoors in a school gym or classroom.<p>The study compared how …

50 Years Later: The Greatest Beatles Performance of All Time

Months before the The Ed Sullivan Show, the band played a seven-song set for Swedish radio that settles any doubt about their electrifying live presence.<p>With their last club residency in Hamburg’s boozed-up Reeperbahn district less than a year in the past, the Beatles were still one kickass bar …

Now We Have Proof Reading Literary Fiction Makes You a Better Person

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>English teachers have long claimed reading books makes you a better person, maybe because their …

Spectacular Lightning Show Over the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon inspires many people to photograph its grandiose scale and scenic landscape, but Sedona-based photographer Rolf Maeder has managed to capture a sight less seen–the Grand Canyon being hit by a spectacular thunderstorm. Being drawn to nature, Maeder originally moved to Sedona 13 …

These colorful hexagonal wall tiles are made from sound-absorbing "wood wool"

These colorful hexagonal wall tiles by Form Us With Love strike a brilliant balance between sustainable materials, economy and functionality. The …

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Bill Eppridge, Photographer Who Captured RFK's Death, Dies at 75

Bill Eppridge, a legendary photojournalist who spent most of his career working for <i>Life</i> magazine and <i>Sports Illustrated,</i> died Thursday in Danbury, Conn. He had been suffering from a blood infection brought on by a fall that injured his hand, according to the National Press Photographers Association. …

10 remarkably stupid comments from the right on the shutdown and Obamacare | Salon.com

5 industries that are hurting America

In these cases, corporate America no longer sees itself as owing anything to this country<p>Paul Buchheit<p>September 30, 2013 12:38pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Alternet.<p>There are more than five ways, of course. There are numerous <i>product</i> ripoffs, as described in a recent article byLynn …

Tina Fey's "Girls" Parody Is The Best Parody Ever

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7 Empowering Tales Of Mentorship

Some of the most successful women in the world may be building business empires, perhaps earning distinguished honors, but, frankly it's not their …

Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t And Other Extremely Blunt New Rules Of Work

The in-your-face tips from a new book that hopes to make your office less like a grade-school classroom.<p>Welcome to the New Workplace, or, Nothing You Learned in College Will help You Here, But You Still Have to Pay Back Your Student Loans.<p>The typical office is undergoing dramatic changes as …

RIP, the middle class: 1946-2013

<b>(sturti via iStock)</b><p>The 1 percent hollowed out the middle class and our industrial base. And Washington just let it happen<p>Edward McClelland<p>September 20, 2013 11:45am (UTC)<p>I know I’m dating myself by writing this, but I remember the middle class.<p>I grew up in an automaking town in the 1970s, when it …

What human faces might look like in 100,000 years

Since we humans are prone to launching chemical weapons, unwittingly killing off the bee population or other factors that could lead to our extinction, it may be presumptuous to imagine what we'll look like in 100,000 years. But designer and researcher Nickolay Lamm has speculated anyway, …

College Student's Speech Makes Him King of the Nerds

If the nerds of the world ever come together to elect a president for all geek-kind, this kid should definitely run.<p>The epic — yes, epic, there is no …

Social Advertising: How Twitter Can Compete With Facebook

The two companies have different opportunities within social advertising. Here’s why.<p>Twitter announced last week that it had filed for an IPO, which for many drummed up memories of a similar announcement that Facebook made last year.<p>It makes sense to compare the two companies. Both make money by …

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