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Three Signs You Bombed the Job Interview - Posted December 22, 2014
We're all about being positive here at MediaJobsDaily, but let's face it. Sometimes the interview just did not go as well as planned. Maybe you were nervous. Maybe the interviewer behaved badly and was completely disinterested and/or distracted. Maybe the role wasn't clearly defined. Whatever the reason, there are several wa... [MediaJobsDaily]

Survey Reveals Job Hopping Stigma No Longer Exists - Posted December 19, 2014
If you're concerned about staying at your current employer for at least two years for fear of being perceived as a job hopper, this news may brighten your day. According to an Accountemps survey, 57 percent of ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Reader Mailbag: How to Deal With Shady Recruiters - Posted August 27, 2014
We've seen this all too often -- the ol' bait and switch routine. A recruiter seems legitimate, tells you about a fantastic new opportunity and when you start pursuing it, poof! Just like that it's no longer available but let me tell you about another one that is just as wonderful... All... [MediaJobsDaily]

INTERVIEW: David Meerman Scott Discusses the Art of Newsjacking - Posted August 20, 2014
Last week, we offered '5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Newsjacking.' While many PR folks appreciated the knowledge, we heard from others who were new to the term itself. And so, I issued a tweet to one ... [FishbowlDC]

What Not to Do When You're Running Late to an Interview - Posted August 15, 2014
You know how things snowball, right? You're running late to an interview and then you spill your coffee. As you wipe it off your suit, the napkin disintegrates and makes white, visible balls of cotton on your lap. Lovely. Well, here's the thing. Running late is inevitable. It's going to happen at... [MediaJobsDaily]

Three Unique Ways to Rock the Interview (For Starters, Ditch the Coffee Cup) - Posted July 23, 2014
If you're looking to spice up that interview and completely become polished from head to toe, listen up. According to this piece on U.S. News & World Report, there are a few ... [MediaJobsDaily]

What To Read Today: Interview With Buzzfeed's Jonah Peretti - Posted June 11, 2014
If you only read one thing on the Internet today, this is it. And it will probably be all you have time to read, clocking in at the 91 minute mark according to Medium's estimation. (But hey, if your Tweetdeck is down and ... [10,000 Words]

Prepared for Behavioral-Based Interview Questions? Ready, Set...Go! - Posted December 17, 2013
You know the drill. You're on an interview completely ready to answer questions like why there's a gap in your resume and your biggest weakness. What you may not be prepared for are the behavioral-based situational-type questions. Recruiters typically know that asking these questions provide tremendous insight. With the... [MediaJobsDaily]

Dick Costolo Reveals the Secret 'Key to a Great Tweet' - Posted December 6, 2013
... [FishbowlDC]

How One Working Mom Finds Work/Life Balance - Posted December 4, 2013
Tiffany Shlain knows a thing or two about juggling. She's a successful filmmaker with a million side projects (like her AOL On Originals series) and she's a wife and mother of two. So how does Shlain create that seemingly impossible wor... [MediaJobsDaily]

What It's Like To Start A Digital Mag On Global Women's Issues - Posted November 18, 2013
Magazines are going through quite a transition these days. While print newspapers are in a downward spiral, digital magazines are thriving. ... [10,000 Words]

How Locu Proved Its $70M Worth - Posted November 7, 2013
Andrea Huspeni of Entrepreneur.com reports, "The internet has been around for decades, but many mom-and-pop shops continue to drag their feet when it comes to creating an online presence. To help, there's Locu, a service that ... [semanticweb.com]

Soledad O'Brien: Don't Listen To Other People's Career Advice - Posted October 23, 2013
Soledad O'Brien has had quite the year. After leaving the CNN morning show in March, the journalist launched Starfish Media Group. The company is "dedicated to uncovering and producing empowering stories," and has formed partnerships with ... [MediaJobsDaily]

How Soledad O'Brien Would Have Covered the Government Shutdown - Posted October 23, 2013
Soledad O'Brien, the former CNN morning anchor, now has another label to add to her already impressive resume: CEO. O'Brien recently launched Starfish Media Group, a multiplatform company that has already garnered partnerships with HBO, Al Jaz... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Soledad O'Brien Would Have Covered the Government Shutdown - Posted October 23, 2013
Soledad O'Brien, the former CNN morning anchor, now has another label to add to her already impressive resume: CEO. O'Brien recently launched Starfish Media Group, a multiplatform company that has already garnered partnerships with HBO, Al Jaz... [FishbowlNY]

How Quarterly.Co Helps Bloggers: Revenue! - Posted October 10, 2013
Mitch Lowe, co-founder of Netflix and former president of Redbox, knows a thing or two about how to create a successful business. Now, he's the CEO Quarterly.Co -- a subscription service that lets people receive physical items in the... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How Quarterly.Co Helps Bloggers: Revenue! - Posted October 10, 2013
Mitch Lowe, co-founder of Netflix and former president of Redbox, knows a thing or two about how to create a successful business. Now, he's the CEO Quarterly.Co -- a subscription service that lets people receive physical items in the... [FishbowlNY]

WaPo Columnist Michelle Singletary On Becoming a Brand - Posted October 2, 2013
Michelle Singletary has become one of the country's leading personal finance gurus. She's a multi-platform success story, and her Washington Post column "The Color of Money" is syndicated in over 10... [MediaJobsDaily]

Jamie McCarthy, Celebrity Photographer: The Anti-TMZ - Posted September 25, 2013
Jamie McCarthy has been taking pictures of celebrities since before the digital camera was born. For 17 years he's been snapping flattering, red carpet shots of celebs who soon become friends. McCarthy was mentored by his un... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Jamie McCarthy, Celebrity Photographer: The Anti-TMZ - Posted September 25, 2013
Jamie McCarthy has been taking pictures of celebrities since before the digital camera was born. For 17 years he's been snapping flattering, red carpet shots of celebs who soon become friends. McCarthy was mentored by his un... [FishbowlNY]

WATCH: Steve Jobs Preps for His First On-Air Interview - Posted September 9, 2013
Rough Monday morning? Here's a consolation prize via our sister site TV Spy (who snagged it from the beautiful people at Mental Floss). This 1978 clip, which appears to be pre-air prep for a lost promotiona... [FishbowlDC]

The Fine Brothers on Engaging with Fans Beyond YouTube - Posted August 28, 2013
Back in 2012, the fraternal YouTube powerhouse of Benny and Rafi Fine, aka The Fine Brothers, launched MyMusic - a YouTube-based mockumentary web series, in the style of The Office or Mode... [AllFacebook]

Jeff Hawkins on Open Source and Machine Learning Meeting Big Data - Posted August 12, 2013
Simon Phipps of InfoWorld recently wrote, "At OSCON in Portland, Ore., last month, I had the chance to meet Jeff Hawkins, the inventor of the Palm Pilot and arguably the father of the smartphone. I ... [semanticweb.com]

Translating Speech in Real Time at AT&T - Posted July 8, 2013
Brian Steiner of Popular Mechanics reports, "AT&T Translator, a service on the company's teleconference system that translates speech between languages in real time, is currently in pilot te... [semanticweb.com]

Pat O'Brien Tells How to Survive a Public Scandal: Admit, Apologize, Advance - Posted July 3, 2013
Given their recent cringe-worthy non-apologies, perha... [FishbowlDC]

AdSense Turns 10, Looks to Future of Advertising - Posted June 20, 2013
Megan Garber of The Atlantic reports, "On June 18, 2003, Google made an announcement. Following the success... [semanticweb.com]

Lauren Dolgen, Creator of MTV's Teen Mom and 16 & Pregnant: 'Bring on the Criticism' - Posted June 13, 2013
Lauren Dolgen, EVP of MTV series development and creator of Teen Mom and 16 & Pregnant, is no stranger to dealing with negative press. Critics have deemed these shows as "glamorizing" te... [FishbowlLA]

Jess Cagle on Taking Entertainment Weekly to TV and Radio - Posted May 29, 2013
How do you keep an established brand on its feet? For Entertainment Weekly managing editor Jess Cagle, it means launching a radio channel and a reality series. However, just because the mag is making forays int... [FishbowlLA]

How Sara Shepard's Pretty Little Liars Came to ABC TV - Posted May 22, 2013
Before Pretty Little Liars was an award-winning hit on ABC with its own spin-off, it was the brainchild of YA writer Sara Shepard. The prolific scribe managed to publish over 20 books in eight years ... [FishbowlLA]

The Latest Breakthroughs of E-Discovery - Posted May 21, 2013
Ben Cole of SearchCompliance recently interviewed information management expert Jeffrey Ritter about the latest e-discovery breakthroughs and best practices. Asked about... [semanticweb.com]

An Interview with MindTouch CEO, Aaron Fulkerson - Posted May 13, 2013
Andrew Nusca of ZDnet recently interviewed MindTouch CEO Aaron Fulkerson about his company's use of ... [semanticweb.com]

The Fader's Andy Cohn: 'Great content first, figure out where it goes second' - Posted April 10, 2013
With a bimonthly print publication, podcasts and a robust website and online store, The Fader has succeeded as a brand by allowing each of its outlets to have its own style, says Andy Cohn,... [FishbowlLA]

Peter Shankman on His New Book: Why 'Niceness' Is the Best PR Strategy - Posted April 2, 2013
You may know Peter Shankman for his work as a commentor, strategic advisor and author of books like ... [FishbowlDC]

Vibe's Jermaine Hall: 'Being editor-in-chief is a lot of schmoozing' - Posted March 20, 2013
In the same year that music mags Blender and Giant folded, Vibe shuttered, as well. But, luckily for the iconic mag, it was snapped up by a private equity firm, and editor... [10,000 Words]

Vibe’s Jermaine Hall on What It Really Takes to Be EIC - Posted March 20, 2013
In the same year that music mags Blender and Giant folded, Vibe shuttered, as well. But, luckily for the iconic mag, it was snapped up by a private equity firm, and editor... [FishbowlLA]

Writing Advice from Producer of The Tudors, History Channel's Vikings - Posted February 27, 2013
Just in time for the upcoming premier of Vikings on the History Channel, Michael Hirst, the show's writer and producer, talks about his writing process in the latest installment of Medi... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Writing Advice from Producer of The Tudors, History Channel's Vikings - Posted February 27, 2013
Just in time for the upcoming premier of Vikings on the History Channel, Michael Hirst, the show's writer and producer, talks about his writing process in the latest installment of Medi... [FishbowlNY]

Adam Glassman Talks Rookie Fashion Stylist Mistakes - Posted February 20, 2013
If only he had enough hours in a day. That's the most challenging part of Adam Glassman's gig as creative director of O Magazine, a post where he's constantly navigating the worlds of graphic design and fashion.... [PRNewser]

Adam Glassman Talks Rookie Fashion Stylist Mistakes - Posted February 20, 2013
If only he had enough hours in a day. That's the most challenging part of Adam Glassman's gig as creative director of O Magazine, a post where he's constantly navigating the worlds of graphic design and fashion.... [Inside Mobile Apps]

How to Make Machine Learning Work for Your Business - Posted February 15, 2013
Dan Woods of Forbes reports, "It's easy to get caught up in the mystique of machine learning... [semanticweb.com]

Pitchfork's Ryan Schreiber to Bloggers: 'Be willing to work for a long period of time for just the love of it' - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [10,000 Words]

How the Founder of Pitchfork Made It Big - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How the Founder of Pitchfork Made It Big - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [FishbowlNY]

Pitchfork Founder to Bloggers: 'Be willing to work for a long period of time for just the love of it' - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [FishbowlLA]

Tim Berners-Lee Discusses Dynamic Capabilities of HTML5, Open Web Access - Posted January 30, 2013
In a recent interview with the BBC, Sir Tim Berners-Lee described what he believes will be the dynamic future of the web. The article states, "Sir Tim Berners ... [AllTwitter]

Interview with Susan Young, Author of 'The Badass Book of Social Media' - Posted January 25, 2013
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Susan Young: journalist, media veteran, regular contributor to PR Daily, founder of media training firm ... [FishbowlDC]

Sara Horowitz on What 'Obamacare' Means to Freelancers - Posted December 12, 2012
When Sara Horowitz was hired as a lawyer, she was made an independent contractor and wasn't given any benefits. Since then, she's created Working Today, a nonprofit for uniting freela... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Sara Horowitz on What 'Obamacare' Means to Freelancers - Posted December 12, 2012
When Sara Horowitz was hired as a lawyer, she was made an independent contractor and wasn't given any benefits. Since then, she's created Working Today, a nonprofit for uniting freela... [FishbowlNY]

Meet the Woman Who United Over 170,000 Freelancers - Posted December 12, 2012
When Sara Horowitz was hired as a lawyer, she was made an independent contractor and wasn't given any benefits. Since then, she's created Working Today, a nonprofit for uniting freela... [FishbowlLA]

Cover Battle: Vanity Fair or Interview - Posted December 6, 2012
Welcome back to FishbowlNY's weekly Cover Battle. This week we have Vanity Fair versus Interview. This Vanity Fair cover is one of three the magazine published for its first ever comedy issue. We picked this because Paul Rudd's blue ensemble has us thinking thoughts. It's not... [FishbowlLA]

Interview: Semantic Tech at the BBC - Posted November 1, 2012
Lee Feigenbaum of Cambridge Semantics recently interviewed (on CMS Wire) ... [AllTwitter]

Manu Sporny Explains Linked Data & Why You Should Care - Posted October 22, 2012
Bill Culifer of WebProfessionals.com recently shared an audio interview with web expert ... [semanticweb.com]

Big Data Predictions from InfoChimps' Jim Kaskade - Posted September 7, 2012
Gil Press of Forbes recently interviewed Jim Kaskade, CEO of InfoChimps regarding Big Dat... [semanticweb.com]

Ready, SET, Go Semantic Video - Posted August 2, 2012
Ryan Lawler of TechCrunch reports that semantic video technology company Affine has a new name: "Affine Systems first came to market several years ago with a product that helped advertisers deliver video ads with some pretty impressive brand... [AllTwitter]

Ready, SET, Go Semantic Video - Posted August 2, 2012
Ryan Lawler of TechCrunch reports that semantic video technology company Affine has a new name: "Affine Systems first came to market several years ago with a product that helped advertisers deliver video ads with some pretty impressive brand... [semanticweb.com]

An Inside Look at Knowledge Graph - Posted July 30, 2012
Jon Mitchell recently interviewed Emily Moxley, the lead product manager of Google's Knowledge Graph. Asked about the goal of Knowledge Graph, Moxley responded, "It's about mapping the real world into some... [semanticweb.com]

Celebuzz EIC Dylan Howard: Reporting is More Than Just Getting the Scoop - Posted July 18, 2012
To succeed in journalism, it is important to not only find your story, but to tell it in a way that's different from the competition. (And let's be honest, there is a lot of competition nowadays.) So, to take on that 800-lb gorilla of celebrity news, TMZ, Celebuzz editor-in-chief ... [10,000 Words]

New Video Interview with Sir Tim Berners Lee - Posted July 17, 2012
Free Speech Channel on YouTube has posted a new video interview with Sir Tim Bern... [semanticweb.com]

What's the Best Way to Prep for a Job Interview? - Posted July 2, 2012
We've all stressed out before a big job interview. So, in Mediabistro's next Career Breakfast, we'll discuss tactical ways to prepare so you can stop worrying and get that job. Send us your questions through Twitter using the hashtag #CareerBreakfast, on our Facebook page, or in the comment box below. Then,... [MediaJobsDaily]

Matt Atchity: 'Slide shows with good captions are an easy traffic win' - Posted June 27, 2012
In online journalism, it is just as important to provide your readers with engaging visuals as it is compelling text. Just ask Matt Atchity, the editor-in-chief of Rotten Tomatoes, whose famous red and green "Tomatometer" has become an iconic part of the... [10,000 Words]

Four Things to Bring On Your Next Interview - Posted June 26, 2012
Have you ever shown up for an interview with just a purse or a man tote? We didn't think so. Chances are, you at least brought a portfolio but you'd be surprised at how many people forget some of the basics. Hence, it's time for a refresher course! As pointed out by... [MediaJobsDaily]

Metaweb to Google's Knowledge Graph: An Interview with John Giannandrea - Posted June 19, 2012
Alexis Madrigal of The Atlantic recently shared an interview John Giannandrea regarding Google's ... [semanticweb.com]

TV Political Pundit Talks Landing In Twitter Hot Water - Posted June 6, 2012
Roland Martin is a veteran of political pundit TV. He's currently an outspoken political commentator on CNN, and works on the Tom Joyner Morning Show and Washington Watch on TV One. But despite his mainstream media leanings, he's also pretty big on Twitter - and he's realized that 140-characters can pack... [10,000 Words]

Tim Berners-Lee Speaks Out About Privacy & the Web - Posted April 20, 2012
Sir Tim Berners-Lee recently spoke out against UK government plans to monitor citizen's internet use, Ian Katz reports. Katz writes, "The government's controversial plans to allo... [semanticweb.com]

An Interview with Steven VanRoekel, US CIO - Posted April 16, 2012
Alex Howard recently interviewed Steven VanRoekel, the current US CIO. Howard notes, "As the nation's federal CIO, he has inherited a staggering challenge: evolve the nation's ... [semanticweb.com]

Love Madonna? Ask Her A Question During Her First Ever Twitter Chat Tonight - Posted March 26, 2012
Madonna is doing a huge social media push for her 12th studio album, MDNA, and as part of this massive social campaign the songstress will be answering questions via Twitter tonight at 10p.m. ET. The queen of pop has never been the queen of tech. She hasn't even actually be... [AllTwitter]

James Hendler on the State of the Semantic Web - Posted February 15, 2012
James Hendler was recently interviewed regarding the state of the World Wide Web and advances in semantic technology. Asked about the proliferation of the web, ... [AllTwitter]

James Hendler on the State of the Semantic Web - Posted February 15, 2012
James Hendler was recently interviewed regarding the state of the World Wide Web and advances in semantic technology. Asked about the proliferation of the web, ... [semanticweb.com]

What is a Data Scientist? - Posted October 26, 2011
In a recent interview Daniel Tunkelang, the principal data scientist at LinkedIn shared his ... [semanticweb.com]

George Dyson on the Future of AI - Posted October 21, 2011
In a recent interview George Dyson discussed the nature of artificial intelligence. Dyson discusses Lewis Fry Richardson's quote that a computer "is a simple mind having a will but capable of only two ideas." He stated, "The significan... [semanticweb.com]

HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes On How The Company Crowdsourced Its Name [VIDEO] - Posted October 18, 2011
HootSuite is one of the largest social media management platforms out there. With over 2 million users sending tweets, managing lists and participating in hashtag chats every day, it is a Twitter power-user's dream. At the Shorty Awards industry awards ceremony on October... [10,000 Words]

Facebook's Push toward the Semantic Web - Posted October 6, 2011
A recent interview takes a look at what ... [semanticweb.com]

Doing Twitter Analytics Right: Meet The TwitSprout Team - Posted September 15, 2011
The TwitSprout team loves what they do. I met them at their office in Waterloo, Ontario, working out of the back of a house owned by another startup co-founder, Michael Litt (@michaelrlitt) of ... [AllTwitter]

Can Long Conversations Get You More Followers Than One-Off Tweets? [VIDEO] - Posted September 13, 2011
If I've learned anything about Twitter in my time writing for AllTwitter, it's that Twitter can be anything. It can be a source of breaking news, celebrity gossip, weather reports, marketing, and in-depth debate. But journalists and cultural critic Tour (@Toure... [AllTwitter]

Makx Dekkers on the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative - Posted September 7, 2011
An interview with Makx Dekkers of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative ... [semanticweb.com]

Biz Stone Discusses Twitter's Rotating CEOs, Open Culture And How To Teach Innovation - Posted September 1, 2011
The Wall Street Journal scored an interview with Biz Stone today, discussing his new role as an advisor to M.B.A students at the University of California at Berkeley's Haas School of Business. But, as they often do... [AllTwitter]

Federated Media Introduces Semantic Conversation Targeting - Posted July 21, 2011
A recent article reports that "Federated Media, the media and publishing company that attempts to organize the best of the independent Web, is in beta with a new product cal... [semanticweb.com]

Multi-Platform Journalism: An Interview with Dominick Brady - Posted June 2, 2011
For journalists, the opportunities for diversifying your craft are increasing at a rapid pace. Multi-platform journalism is the name of the game, and no one knows this better than Atlanta-based journalist Dominick Brady. I recently had a chance to talk with Dominick about what he does, his perspective o... [10,000 Words]

The Semantics of NASA's POPS Project - Posted May 31, 2011
The W3C recently interviewed Jeanne Holm, Chief Knowledge Architect at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Cal Tech. Holm also leads the Knowledge Management team at ... [semanticweb.com]

Independent Journalism: An Interview with Donovan X. Ramsey - Posted May 5, 2011
Today's early-career journalists have more tools than ever at their disposal to create stories and report the news. Whether it's audio, video, or even the classic long form journalism we know and love, being able to manage the current journalistic terr... [10,000 Words]

The Possibilities and Limitations of Sentiment Analysis - Posted April 4, 2011
A recent interview with Matthew Russell, co-founder and Principal of Zaffra discusses the limitations and possible applications of sentiment ... [semanticweb.com]

Hear From bit.ly's Platform Manager About How Real-Time Data Can Increase Your Bottom Line - Posted March 24, 2011
URL shorteners are the lifeblood of sharing links on Twitter, and none may be so popular as bit.ly. Mediabistro's Jeff Rivera got a chance to sit down with Matt LeMay, bit.ly's Platform Manager, to talk monetization in the world of digital writing and... [AllTwitter]

Lessons From Risking It All For A Journalism Start-Up That Fails - Posted March 11, 2011
[caption id="attachment_2688" align="alignright" width="236" caption="Photo courtesy Daniel Victor"][/caption] Many a journalist wonders what it would be like to leave the beat for the blog, but few act on the curiosity. They prize traits in their employers like stability, history and health insurance. During his four yea... [10,000 Words]

Twitter's Biz Stone Squashes Rumors of Google or Facebook Acquisition - Posted February 17, 2011
In an interview yesterday, Biz Stone addressed the rumors that Google or Facebook was interested in purchasing Twitter, its astronomical $10 billion valuation, and the reasons why Twitter wants to remain an independent company. ... [AllTwitter]

St phane Corlosquet Talks About Drupal 7 - Posted February 9, 2011
We've been covering the release of Drupal 7 for a while and we noticed that St phane Corlosquet gave an ... [semanticweb.com]

Twitter is a "Real-Time Network" Not a "Social Network": Biz Stone [Interview] - Posted December 13, 2010
Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, appeared on CNN's Reliable Sources Sunday to discuss the impact that Twitter has on the journalism and news medi... [AllTwitter]

Catch Biz Stone on CNN's Reliable Sources This Sunday - Posted December 10, 2010
Biz Stone, Twitter co-founder and media darling, will be making an appearance this Sunday on CNN's Reliable Sources. You can catch Stone talking about the journalism industry with host Howard Kurtz live this Sunday on Kurtz' Rel... [AllTwitter]

"We really want to make Twitter the source of information that you check several times a day on your mobile phone": Evan Williams - Posted November 29, 2010
Evan Williams made an appearance on NPR's On the Media on Friday, and had some interesting things to say about the current state of Twitter, and what the network needs to succeed in the future. Williams th... [AllTwitter]

WATCH: Jimmy Fallon Interviews Ev Williams and Biz Stone - Posted November 11, 2010
Only a late-night talk show could start an interview with the co-founders of Twitter by getting into some of the company's history, and end with Rain Wilson agreeing to play Biz Stone in "The Twitter Movie". Jimmy Fallon has been a h... [AllTwitter]

The Mint.com Success Story - Posted October 7, 2010
How do you start a small online business in a sector with ginormous competitors, one of whom is Microsoft, and then flip it for $170 million dollars just three years later? Just ask Aaron Patzer, founder of financia... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

HR Pro Sharon Jautz on The New Rules of Interviewing for a Job - Posted July 7, 2010
--JENNIFER PULLINGER Sharon Jautz, director of human resources at Asset International, has more than a quarter century of HR experience in the media industry, but those media job... [MediaJobsDaily]

Wolfram|Alpha - An Interview - SemTech 2009 Video - Posted July 6, 2009
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