Overly-drastic sports fans can annoy me, especially because every sport has its own context around championship runs; in college basketball, for example, you typically need to get hot sometime in early March (and for UConn and Kentucky this year, 344 more words
Here’s a lame story by way of intro: last fall, when I was in my first semester of graduate school, I really wanted a gig at Microsoft. 1,079 more words
You all know the theory by now, hopefully: because Mad Men‘s title sequence contains a man plummeting towards Madison Avenue, there’s been speculation for about seven years now that one of the main characters will die as the series ends. 896 more words
It seems logical that Kylr Yust had something to do with the disappearance of Kara Kopetsky, but will we ever know conclusively?
In a couple of weeks, it will be seven years since Kara Kopetsky disappeared from her high school in Belton, Missouri (May 4, 2007). You can… 950 more words
Back in March 2012, Facebook told brand managers that the organic reach of one of their posts would be about 16 percent of their total audience… 292 more words
Can we learn anything from the most popular titles (short-term and long-term) on Harvard Business Review?
In some ways, Harvard Business Review is the gold standard of business-school-associated journalism. One of their former editors went on to found Fast Company (another great business magazine) and is now… 751 more words