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Penny C. Sansevieri

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How to Build the Perfect Website

Penny C. Sansevieri | December 2, 2012 | Technology
For most of us, building a website is the single biggest and most significant thing we can do for our business, brand, product, or book. Yet I'm amazed at how often folks will jump into this work with little or no knowledge of what it takes to build a website that is mediocre at best.
Rhiannon Elston

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Why Mitt Romney Wants to Be Your Facebook Friend

Rhiannon Elston | December 2, 2012 | Politics
Much scrutiny has been made over the social media leg of this year's presidential campaign, with many analysts placing Obama's online strategy in the same position he's enjoying in the polls: the top.
Millie Kerr

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Facebook Threatens Privacy... Again

Millie Kerr | December 2, 2012 | Technology
Although I've been a relatively loyal follower of the network through the years, one not-so-minor issue befuddles me: Why does Facebook continuously change its interface against the wishes of its users?
Julie Kantor

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This Barrel Is Ready to Roll! Launching Our Tech Startup

Julie Kantor | December 2, 2012 | Technology
The days before the launch of our business Barrel of Jobs reminds me of that feeling I had as a kid as I approach slowwwwly the top of a rollercoaster. Huge excitement for the ride, tempered by the growing fear of the unknown.
Everett Ehrlich

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Spectrum: The FCC's Lasting Legacy

Everett Ehrlich | December 2, 2012 | Technology
Predicting the future of this country's fastest growing, most innovative marketplace is a difficult task. But if the FCC chairman is successful in bringing new spectrum to market and opening more channels for commerce and communications, his legacy will be assured.
Britt Michaelian

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How to Play the Social A-Game Online and in Real Life

Britt Michaelian | December 2, 2012 | Technology
While online social exchanges have the potential to turn into friendships, business contacts and partnerships, for those who don't know how to strategically play the "Social A-Game" it is possible to risk our reputation, respect and livelihood in a flash.
Mitch Ditkoff

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14 Ways to Go Beyond the Email Blues

Mitch Ditkoff | December 2, 2012 | Technology
Before sending off yet another email, ask yourself if email is really the right platform to communicate your message. Maybe a phone call would be more suitable. Or a face-to-face meeting. Or skywriting.
Judi Casey

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The Impact of Technology on Our Work and Family Lives

Judi Casey | December 2, 2012 | Technology
As we celebrate National Work and Family month, I'm wondering how increasing usage of information and communication technology affects and will continue to impact today's working families.
Mark Read

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The Stream Series 2012: What Can We Learn From An Un-Conference?

Mark Read | December 2, 2012 | Technology
I am increasingly struck by Stream as a metaphor for the successful company in the digital economy and the lessons that we can learn from running it.
Phil Simon

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Platforms, Disruption, and Television: My Interview With John Funge of BrightContext

Phil Simon | December 2, 2012 | Technology
If there's any industry ripe for disruption, it's television. Cable TV companies have long had near-monopolies in local markets, often angering customers with fees and a general lack of choice.
John Caron

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How Big Data Is Transforming Media Targeting... And What That Actually Means

John Caron | December 2, 2012 | Business
In order to make the most impact for their brands, marketers need to discover how targeting is evolving, and apply this to the way they purchase media -- today.
Cerian Jenkins

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The Tech Industry Is One of Subtle Sexism

Cerian Jenkins | December 2, 2012 | Technology
'Only having a laugh' sexism may seem harmless, but I'll be honest with you: it's exhausting. There's only so many times I want to have to fake a smile as a guy makes a crack about how the logo is well-placed on my t-shirt (right across my bosom).
Robert J. Elisberg

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The Writers Workbench: IFA Berlin 2012

Robert J. Elisberg | December 2, 2012 | Technology
Read More: Video, Technology News
Every year in January, I write about how I consider the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to be Disneyland for Adults. The tech version of Christmas, with piles of goodies underneath a gargantuan tree, and visions of sugarplums dancing through my head.
Jeff Bocan

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The Scientific 'Antiques Roadshow': Hidden Tech-Driven Gems Make America a Richer Nation

Jeff Bocan | December 2, 2012 | Technology
I-Corps is like the scientific version of PBS' Antiques Roadshow: technological gems that have largely been tucked away in the labs of America's research institutions are being dusted off to unlock the potential to create a lot of value.
Evan Shapiro

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We Have Watched 2,100 Years of 'Gangnam Style'

Evan Shapiro | December 2, 2012 | Entertainment
News Flash: People are wasting a lot of time online. No, really, it's true. While this may not be news to some of you (especially anyone with a "FarmVille" account), the sheer magnitude of the amount of wasted time may surprise even the most jaded among you.
Amy Lovett

HuffPost Tech @ the Grace Hopper Celebration

Amy Lovett | December 2, 2012 | Technology
The HuffPost Tech team will be at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women In Technology in Baltimore on October 3rd to the 6th. The conference is the foremost one for women in technology and it's put on by the Anita Borg Foundation.
Andy Plesser

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Adobe Says First-Party Data is Driving the Digital Ad Marketplace: Launches SiteCatalyst as Advertising Tool

Andy Plesser | May 30, 2013 | Technology
CHICAGO - Adobe's widely deployed tools for monitoring and collecting first-party data, including SiteCatalyst, are powerful tools for advertisers who seek deeper addressability in their video ad planning, says Cary Goss, Head of National Sales for Adobe Video Advertising, in this...