Introverts Are Better at Sizing People Up Than the Rest of Us
In a new book, Karen Wickre explains how introverts are more attuned to the steady thrum of needs, desires, secrets, and worries of others—and how that gives them an edge at work.
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How to Network Without Feeling Like a Slime Ball
Hard as it may be to believe, it's possible!
I Used Bumble's Women-Focused Networking Site to Try to Find a Job
I spent a week on Bizz, the app being billed as "the new LinkedIn for women."
How to Get a Raise This Year—Even If Your Boss Won't Budge
You've got three options. Choose wisely.
Yes, You Need to Network If You Want To Make More Money
We know everyone hates it. But making cheesy small talk over cheap booze could get you a better salary.
‘Twitter and Tear Gas’ Looks at How Protest Is Fueled and Crushed by the Internet
The new book from Zeynep Tufekci looks at how the web has helped demonstrations take off around the globe, but also made them harder to sustain.
How an Underground Mail Art Project Wove Through London in the 90s
Matthew Higgs’ ‘Imprint 93’ incubated a wide variety of experimental artworks.
What It's Like to Be a Male Sugar Baby
For some young gay men, sugar daddies have more value than just sex and money, but the arrangement can come with serious drawbacks.
Why Is This Still a Thing?
Why Are Business Cards Still a Thing?
With the majority of the world on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, why are we still exchanging pieces of paper with introductions?
There's Nothing Mindblowing About Windows Releasing Its Own Linux OS
The power of open-source technology.
Hell Is Carpooling With 'Local Professionals' From LinkedIn
Please endorse my ability to perform a duck and roll maneuver out of a moving vehicle.
The Thing Holding Back Internet Innovation Is the Internet Itself
But with new platforms for network experimentation, help is on the way.