Weekend Project: It’s Time to Clean Your Computer, Inside and Out
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Weekend Project: It’s Time to Clean Your Computer, Inside and Out

Story provided by WIRED and written by Paul Sarconi. Photo provided by Josh Valcarcel – IT’S A TEDIOUS task you’ve been putting off for what could be years. But this is finally the weekend you do it; you’re going to clean your computer inside and out. That means scrubbing down those keys, wiping the fossilized fingerprints off … Continue reading

“We’re Looking Live!” – Building a Brand While Going “Live” on Social Media
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“We’re Looking Live!” – Building a Brand While Going “Live” on Social Media

Story written by Silas Grant – “You are loooooooking liiiiiiiive”. It’s the famous quote from Brent Musburger that most of us know and recognize. And now all of us are looking live more than ever. Recently, Instagram decided to add a “live” feature to their arsenal of weapons in the battle of supremacy for social platforms. … Continue reading

Common Year-End Tax Blunders, and How to Avoid Them
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Common Year-End Tax Blunders, and How to Avoid Them

Story provided by The Wall Street Journal and written by Tom Herman  Haste makes waste, especially in the increasingly complex and often counterintuitive world of taxes. As the year draws to a close, many taxpayers scramble to take advantage of popular, time-honored tax-saving techniques. Be careful, though. Even small missteps can result in costly blunders, … Continue reading

People At My Job Keep Getting My Name Wrong. What Should I Do?
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People At My Job Keep Getting My Name Wrong. What Should I Do?

Story provided by FiveThirtyEight and written by Walt Hickey and Morgan Jerkins  Welcome to Survey Says, FiveThirtyEight’s new advice column. In each installment, our two advice-givers will take a reader question, debate what he or she should do, and then survey a panel of people about what the best course of action is. Need our … Continue reading

5 Tips to Keep Your Sanity While Getting Your Startup Off the Ground
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5 Tips to Keep Your Sanity While Getting Your Startup Off the Ground

Story provided by Wharton Blog – In her one-on-one meetings with students through Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence program, Shelby Zitelman, W’07, offered some targeted advice and suggestions to students at various stages of starting their own businesses. The Soom Foods Co-Founder and CEO also shared some general guidance on how to survive and thrive through the … Continue reading