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Nuns, Monopoly, and Marx’s Sassy Daughter: Winter Nonfiction 2015
Dec 11, 2014
Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction. Whether you’re in the mood to read about a sex scandal in a 19th century convent,...
Have Your Best Weekend (Without Breaking the Bank)
Sep 5, 2014
One day the Dow is up, the next it's down, but with the recession continuing to bite, most of us are more mindful of...
Tough Lessons From Business Classics
Jun 5, 2014
It’s been said that those who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it. Nowhere is this more true than in the business world....
7 Things You Didn’t Know About the History of the Workplace
Apr 28, 2014
Allow me to spot a trend: nonfiction books that center on a specific, seemingly humdrum fixture of daily life and, by plumbing the scientific/historical/philosophical...
SXSW Reading List: Books to Bring You Up to Speed on Tech
Mar 7, 2014
South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive, a leading tradeshow for startup brands and technology based in Austin, Texas, officially kicks off today, promising more than...
The Power of Doodling: 5 Reasons You Should Doodle
Jan 24, 2014
Doodling, the spontaneous act of making marks with our minds and bodies, is a phenomenon that's been misinterpreted by casual observers for centuries. When...
Top 40: Aaron Swartz
Jan 1, 2014
The recently deceased Internet prodigy and activist was a voracious reader, plowing through 100 or more books a year and reviewing many on his...
5 Ways To Get Coworkers to Do What You Want at Work
Nov 19, 2013
Whether it’s an overbearing superior or a catty co-worker, we’ve all encountered someone difficult at the office. But, your working relationships with sour people...
Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian on History and Fiction’s Best ‘Disrupters’
Nov 5, 2013
When the online information-sharing community Reddit debuted in 2005, users immediately recognized its value. Unregulated and totally democratic, it was a space where they...
Tweet Your Way to Your Next Promotion: Personal Branding Bibles
Oct 23, 2013
These days, demonstrating your social media savvy is as important as polishing your resume: In lots of fields—particularly academia, journalism and marketing—you’ve got to...
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