Is 2013 The Year of the Kickstarted Movie? True, movies both short and long have been funded in whole or in part by the Kickstarter website before this year.
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When I found a five-song CD entitled Inhale Slowly by Tim White and Joe Paulino, I was intrigued. It was familiar, yet was different in ways I was having trouble putting my finger on.
A garrulous performer, Vic Dunlop was one of a small collection of satchel-toting prop comics who tended to use his powers for good
Richard Carter, 1920-2011
I just learned that Richard Carter passed away at the age of 91 last month, over across the bay in Concord, CA. He was a wa...
Full disclosure: I'm a huge conspiracy buff.
Not in the sense that I believe in UFOs, hybrid alien-human star babies, FEMA death camps or many of the...
Just as protecting one's good brand name requires attention, companies need to also be aware of how their name is being used -- and recognize when it may be time to get a little friendlier.
Lots of pundits took their potshots at the iPad as it was first coming to market in early last year. Now, a year later, with Apple reportedly having sold 15 million of the devices, no one's laughing.
Any golfer could stand to learn a lot from what Tiger Woods does on the links. Off the course, it's what Tiger doesn't do that is the most educational.
A time-honored tradition in the workplace is the re-gifting of junk you no longer want, wrapped and bowed and given to another at the annual holiday party in a "white elephant" exchange.
To help you to discover (or re-discover) the Soloist within you, here are eight secrets that will help you to kick loose from the daily grind for a little while.
What's the real business lesson in Tiger's astonishingly precipitous fall from grace? In the age of the personal brand, Twitter and real-time, one major misstep can cost you a fortune.
It's not just the start of a new year but also a whole new decade. It's a perfect time to make some changes designed to allow you to learn how to enjoy your job.
Five online sources you can depend on to give you the straight scoop, which you can then use to straighten out your local Know-It-None.
What may have made Raymond Clark lethal in the workplace was the fact that his supervisors failed to check his obsession for absolute control.
Find a few ways to misdirect management from other misstepping officemates from time to time, and you'll be hip-deep in favors owed to you.
Pictures are hard to ignore. Draw some image, however crude, of your idea. It's more likely to make it up on the board.
The East Coast brand has the punch of one of the world's most famous advertising firms touting their products. But no tour to speak of, and the executives and managers I met with confessed that few at the company partake of their products.
Just because you're back from that summer sojourn doesn't mean that the party has to be over.
Summer vacation is the ideal period during the year to take chances and have new experiences, the time and place to venture outside your regular life.
Your key to getting more of your time back is to focus on those passive meetings...then start finding ways to skip them.
There's something different about Twitter. And it's more than just the poetic brevity of 140 character messages, it can actually be useful!
Don't you know that making the most of your fabulous Summer Vacation is the secret to getting ahead in your career?
Companies want you to treat your interview as being the most important thing in the world. In reality, it's all a big game. Your challenge: Get the job.
You have to act as a Soloist to be one. We've put together five steps to jumpstart the Soloist in you.
Ringelmann showed that three men only pull as hard as two and a half men, and eight only pull as hard as four. Far from synergy, group effort creates an inverse productivity ratio.
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