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Yup. You read that right. The crazy lady here is back to school. But not as an instructor this time. I’m back to being a student again. When I say that learning is a lifelong venture, I guess I really … Continue reading
Alan Houser posted this on Twitter, and this is absolutely brilliant. Anyone who has every had to give any kind of presentation or keynote can totally appreciate this. I know since I’ve done both, I do! I’m going to have … Continue reading
We’re looking at you, Nordstrom. Source: Please stop listing tech products as ‘men’s accessories’ I came across this article this morning, and I was glad I saw it. The article didn’t really yield any new information about how women use … Continue reading
Generation X is quickly occupying the majority of business leadership roles. Source: Generation X — not millennials — is changing the nature of work Thanks to Alyssa Fox for posting this one on Facebook. While the article is about a … Continue reading
Here in the U.S. (and perhaps in other places that have Netflix), there’s a big phenomenon about Marie Kondo. For those who don’t know who Marie Kondo is, she wrote a self-help book about home organization several years ago called, … Continue reading
Who cares about the Oxford comma? That’s a $10 million question. Source: Take That, AP Style! Court of Law Rules The Oxford Comma Necessary Evidently, those of us who are grammar snobs, or the grammar police, as some might say, … Continue reading
Over 50 and working in tech? 2019 might be a pivotal year for you. First, some not-so-great news: The average tech salary has continued its plateau, Source: 2019: A Great Year For Tech Pros Over 50 Years Old? As a … Continue reading