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11 Nov 2014

The Hardest Part of Running a Startup Isn’t What I Thought It Would Be

Before I had started working at a startup, if you had asked me what I thought the hardest part would be, I’d have probably said the long hours, technical unknowns and not always knowing if you still have a paycheck.

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18 Mar 2013

Makeover Your Résumé as an Interactive Infographic

Infographics are hot right now, and I couldn’t be happier. Data visualization has always been fascinating to me, so much so that I was featured in FastCompany Magazine in February talking about how much I love it. (Yeah, I know. Pathetically shameless plug. Get over it.)

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02 Mar 2013

New to Corporate Blogging? Make Every Post Count

I wasn’t actually planning on writing this post, but was inspired by a friend whose tech company has decided to enter the blogging space. He was an infrequent blogger before, waiting until he felt he had something he really needed to say. Then he’d spend hours and hours on a

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18 Feb 2009

Questions to Ask Before Starting a Project

We’re all human, and we all make mistakes and overlook important details sometimes – but the thing I can’t stand is making the same mistake twice. To prevent making the same mistakes twice, I have an ever-evolving list of questions that I use to create the tech brief for new

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28 Aug 2008

Using Twitter for Business?

Two interesting articles have come out recently, discussing tips and techniques for people interested in using Twitter as a business or marketing tool. As I work for an advertising agency that specializes in leveraging new technologies (such as Facebook applications) to market towards a younger, more tech-savvy audience, this is

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