The voices behind several popular podcasts including Radiolab and Invisibilia took to the stage on Tuesday night at NYU's Skirball Center to see what they could make.
Andrew Ti's two-and-a-half-year-old podcast -- Yo, Is This Racist? -- has broken a couple of expectations of the medium. It's a pretty damn funny show hosted by a guy with no previous performing chops and the subject matter is pretty uncomfortable.
The office happy hour is a chance to leave the worries and stress of the office behind and get to know your colleagues on a more personal level. No one wants to talk shop all the time, so use the happy hour as the time to mingle
To have good manners is to consider the emotional well-being of someone besides yourself, which is why I have often emphasized the importance of saying "thank you" to anyone who has done something for you. But is it possible to thank someone too much?
Sometimes, we think we know someone only to be completely surprised by the things they have to say. Celebrities from Kathy Griffin to Suze Orman and Tim Gunn have all opened up to me on my series, Mondays With Marlo, and shared facts that many of us never knew about them.
In 1968, Andy Warhol said, "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." The future is here, but with the wrong click, that could easily turn into 15 minutes of infamy.
Our story begins when the production editor for a major online business journal mistakenly sent a blast email about "invoicing procedures" to all of the site's bloggers, approximately 50 people.