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How to Look and Sound Your Best on Zoom Calls

The right lighting and audio is everything.

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Understanding the Difference Between a Vendor and a Solutions Provider

Why it's more important than ever to understand each role.

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6 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work

Artificial intelligence and machine learning is the future for many companies.

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Congregating at the Online Watercooler

How Shelly Palmer's virtual networking salons have evolved amid the pandemic.

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The Difference Between Data Literacy and Data Fluency

How to turn both into action.

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Major Tech Companies Already Have Your Data

Why the potential TikTok and WeChat bans don't make sense.

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How to Construct the Famous ‘P&G Memo’

Structure your thoughts and go from there.

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Free Search and Social: We Are Not the Product—We Are Underpaid Workers

People are more than just parts of an algorithm.

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6 Ways to Future-Proof Your Career

How to redefine your job description.

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WFH: Manage the Work, Not the People

Here are some surprising results from a poll of remote workers.

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You Can’t Meet in Person, but You Can Meet Face to Face

Meeting new people is the most important attribute of any business networking event.

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Watching the Dismissive Nature That Helps Spread Disinformation Firsthand

Advertising works, but confirmation bias reinforcing content works better, and it is practically free to propagate.

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Don’t Stress About AI Taking Your Job—Humans Will Do That Instead

Artificial intelligence isn't capable enough to take over jobs; other humans will do that.

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Scientists and Health Professionals Overwhelmingly Think 5G Doesn’t Cause Cancer

Some wonder if 5G might cause cancer, but scientists don't seem to think it'll be an issue.

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Welcome to Streaming Video Hell Where There Are Too Many Choices and Not Enough Time

Apple, Disney, WarnerMedia and just about everyone who can configure a streaming server is getting into the direct-to-consumer (DTC) content business.