A show and tell of the internet. Credit your source!
The art of succeeding slowly.
By Stacy London
John Leslie Sayre (March 28 1924 - April 11 2014)
and 5 Things You Should Do to Overcome It
Last month, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen posted what, in his view, was the future of the news business.
Meetings may be toxic, but calendars are the superfund sites that allow that toxicity to thrive.
Across the U.S., fast food workers are asking: “What am I worth?”
What now for news — Part IV
One of my fraternity brother’s stared into his cup.
The latest “State of the News Media 2014" from Pew reveals that the majority of news organizations are funded by advertising.
How am I going to scale that?
I hear the above question constantly from fellow early-stage entrepreneurs and I find it baffling and…
Being a writer sounds fantastic. Writers are supposed to be so intelligent, educated, informed, and well-spoken.
A chart-like chart
My dad likes to ask what I’m running away from with my travels.
by Stephanie Orma
That is, if you ever want a date, a job, or a crowd at your funeral.
What I have learned during my 2-year journey of a Product Designer
As the web expands, our tools must evolve to keep pace.
It’s not your fault
This is a story about two roads — Should and Must.
a guide for restaurant patrons
Story of a Startup — Wisdomly Post-Mortem
Throughout life we are impacted with moments that are rich with meaning and significance.
A history of the least subtle way of getting into orbit
8 strategies to follow when you need to get your shit together and actually accomplish something
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