This story originally appeared on Visual.ly Producing web content goes hand in hand with successful brand marketing these days but can be tricky without a go-to development person or team. Although learning
Google CEO Larry Page described Google+ last year as the “social spine” for nearly everything that the company offers its users on the Web. I understood the strategy and what Google was planning, but didn’t
We often write about B-school research findings in this space. Now we’re going to let you take part. This video, presented by Harvard Business School associate professor Michael Norton, is a game. In it’s
Do you love going to events, but find yourself stranded during happy hour, tongue-tied and tucked in a corner? Initiating and maintaining conversations while networking is a necessary skill, and one you
We’ve all been there–that panicky moment at a conference or meeting where you go to say someone’s name and realize there’s nothing there but a big fat blank. Here’s how to put names to faces and build
Tom Chiarella recently wrote an ode to graciousness for Esquire. Any aspiring lady or gentleman would do well to take it to heart: Do not mistake mere manners for graciousness. Manners are rules. Helpful,
Our minds are sometimes easily moved by forces we can’t see. Take, for example, the color pink. In 1979, a researcher asked 153 healthy young men to look at two large pieces of colored cardboard — one
It's likely that one of your excuses is that you don't have enough time, so let's get right to it: 1. I can't get anyone to listen. People will listen to anything that is entertaining, interesting, heartfelt,
Most people have worked for a bad boss, but superb bosses often don't get a lot of press. Most employees would give a lot for the opportunity to work for a boss with even a few of these characteristics:
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
Update, July 17: Apple has partly closed the loophole that made it possible to play Nintendo games on iGadgets. Lots of gamers have long wanted to play classics like Pokémon and Super Mario on the iPhone.
“This is my time.” That attitude will kill a speech every time. You’ve probably sat through some lousy speeches. Despite the speakers’ renown, you eventually tuned them out over their self-indulgent tangents
By Chris Fralic, Partner at First Round Capital in New York. This is an updated and revised version of this post. I’ve sent a total of more than 81,000 e-mails since 2007— and that’s not even counting
Most leaders emphasize strength, competence, and credentials at work, but, according to a recent Harvard Business Review article, that's exactly what you don't want to do. Similar to Inc.'s special report
Spoiler alert: I dropped out of university. It’s true. I entered university with the best of intentions. At the same time, I was already publishing a couple of music magazines that were becoming successful.