Fast Company’s ultimate guide to navigating conversation in the modern workplace.
Flat hierarchies. Open floor plans. Infinite ways to chat with the person next to you. It’s a confusing time for workplace communication. Unless you know the tricks. Here is our ultimate guide to navigating conversation in the modern workplace.
Just my bird Harvey dropping some fat beats. Sorry about the poor cropping filmed this on a phone. EDIT: Just for all concerned we have never played dubstep to him i just beat boxed around the house and he picked it up. There was no initial intention of teaching him this.
CES Is the World's Greatest Hardware Show Stuck in a Software Era | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
CES is a temple to hardware, which makes it easy to lose sight of what really matters: The software that runs on it. As that becomes ever more true, it raises the question of what role the Consumer Electronics Show will play in coming years.
5 minutes. 20 slides. What would you say? IgniteChicago is a high-energy evening of five minute presentations by people who have an idea - and the guts - to get onstage and share it with all of us. Each presentation is composed of 20 slides that automatically advance every 15 seconds. Presentations can range from how to build a resume to a history of the Samurai sword to a manifesto on boxes. Get a taste for the excitement in this video. WHEN: Tuesday, February 5 @ 7PM WHERE: 1871 Chicago's co-working center for digital startups Follow us on Twitter & Facebook http://ignitechi.org Tickets a...
Status Magic is not a “mainstream” app: you’ll only need it if you care about quality and precision in your iOS screenshots. I write about a lot of apps on a daily basis. For these apps, I take screenshots, which, when it comes to iPhone apps, are automatically resized and combined with a Keyboard Maestro
I have to admit I was rather charmed watching a demo of Microsoft’s Windows 8 tablet. I bounce back and forth between my iPad and MacBook Pro quite often during the day, so merging the two into a single device looked appealing. After a few minutes daydreaming about the unification of iOS and OSX, it struck me that I don’t want an El Camino.
I've been watching with some interest the drama surrounding Gawker writer Adrian Chen revealing Reddit user/celeb/moderator/troll Violentacrez's real life identity (Michael Brutsch), which among other things resulted in Brutsch losing his job, presumably because Brutsch's employer was not 100% comfortable employing someone who spent his days moderating online forums with titles like "Chokeabitch" and bragged…