Today, Reddit officially launched its own live-blogging platform. The company calls it Reddit Live and the feature has actually been in “semi-open beta” for a few months now – you may have stumbled across its threads covering Twitch Plays Pokemon and ... [...]
You know that face you made – or perhaps still make – when you were floundering in a sea of social media and digital marketing stuff that you didn't understand? You'd been hearing that it was important for your business to “have a presence”online but ... [...]
In a post on Fundacion Karisma's blog, free expression advocate and lawyer Carolina Botero expressed concern that if courts continue to process cases like this under the penal code, they will overshadow the tensions between fundamental rights in play. [...]
One of our columnists is actually saying social-media stocks are cheap — at least the best of the crop are. That runs counter to Federal Reserve stock-picker in chief Janet Yellen, who said some social media and biotech stocks are looking bubble. [...]
We haven't been able to work out exactly how they were used. A matching pair of hinged steels hooks with a carrying case about the size of a cigarette lighter, perhaps they were made to replace errant fly buttons or used as portable hangers. Their ... [...]
This is in no way meant to be a direct attack on the festival or its organizers; in fact, we genuinely appreciate their hard work and their commitment to bringing something new and exciting to our hometown. It is just that being so closely associated ... [...]
The Chanel/Pamela Love incident is just one example of the type of work Zerbo does on her site. A law student at Catholic University, the 27-year-old dedicates her free time to blogging about, well, the world of fashion law—a part of the industry she ... [...]
We are delighted that Policybee are currently sharing essential information about home working insurance in their inimitable style. Earlier this week I had a sudden hole in the guest post content for the blog. Well, OK, not ... [...]
... when the summer sunshine is calling. Thankfully, working on the go in Philadelphia just got easier with uberWIFI. Now you can stay connected from home to work to play and then back home again without any interruption. [...]
This two-part blog explores the top things an organization needs to consider when implementing a Work from Home program. Here is the first group of considerations: Designate Physical Environment Best Practices There are ... [...]
As more people flock to urban areas (about 80% of the U.S. population lives in cities), government officials and academics are becoming more interested in the study of urban space. This has coincided with a boom of new methods to study cities on a macro scale – but many of these techniques can also be used on a micro level to understand and improve workplaces and employee conditions. One practice in particular – integrating urban physics in workforce planning – has the potential to make waves.
Urban physics, a more recent addition to Urban Studies, is currently being used by researchers [...]
I had been planning a dinner party for weeks. There were twenty people coming, some family, some friends, to celebrate my wife Eleanor’s birthday. I designed a ritual for her: my goal was to create a space where people spoke from their hearts in a way they don’t usually do.
I prepared questions I wanted us to explore together, questions like: What do you feel grateful for in your life? What new things do you feel are struggling to grow and be born in you? What do you want to let go of, so that the new can be born?
Before I go any further, pause for a second, imagine yourself at the dinne [...]