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Where to Drink Coffee with a Recruiter

We're open to all sorts of drinks with candidates – smoothies, bone broths (well, Blaire probably is), and of course booze – but more often than not, we're meeting for coffee. It's just the most socially acceptable thing to drink during business hours. Because of that, we've got a lot ...more +

1 year ago

A Transition Plan is Proof That Your Work Mattered

I see this one book every time I’m roaming the “Self Help” aisle at Powell’s. It’s called Transitions: Making Sense of Life’s Changes. I’ve been through some pretty significant transitions in the last few years, but I only picked it up for the first time recently, after I was laid ...more +

1 year ago

Freelance Like A Boss Part III

Working for yourself can be irresistibly alluring. Many unsuspecting creative professionals are drawn to the promise of freelance freedom. Freedom to set your own schedule, to wear pajamas all day, to pick and choose your clients and your work. There is little doubt that self-employment and freelancing offer quite a ...more +

1 year ago

How I Really Feel About Mentorship

Last year, I typed “top women in Hollywood” into the internet. A list came up of the 100 most influential women in Tinseltown. I was unemployed, sitting at a coffee shop on a Wednesday afternoon, and had promised myself that I would not go home until I had emailed everyone ...more +

1 year ago

Creative Briefs #8: Portrait of a Team

Paul’s email was nothing more than a list of links and his signature. Haley surveyed the URLs, a who’s-who of local ad agencies with each digital address ending with some variation of /MeetTheTeam. “Hey Paul, are you sending me a virus?” “Just check them out. I sent them to everyone.” ...more +

1 year ago

CONTENT Rides Again

In June 2015, we launched a zine. Maybe you remember it? Well, we kept it going as-originally-designed for seven issues. But in the year 2019, we’ve changed up its format a bit. Less a zine, more a newspaper. Less punk, more yuppie. But like… in a cool way. But seriously, ...more +

1 year ago

How to Care About Data When You Don’t Believe in Math

Here are the titles of seven TED Talks:

 “Own your body’s data”“Why you should love statistics”“The quantified self”“The Mathematics of Love”“What’s so sexy about math?”“Turning powerful stats into art”“How we can find ourselves in data.” How we can find ourselves in data? I imagine a precocious young student digging his ...more +

1 year ago

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