The only advice you need when you are interviewing

In today’s blogosphere littered with self-help articles and how-to guides, finding the right piece of interviewing advice can be both exhausting and elusive. So what’s the single most important piece of interview advice that I can give? MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE QUESTIONS Sound simple, right? Not so much. Even the most dedicated planner may

Have you had trouble finding your mentor? Me too!

Mentors are making a comeback. Especially in the high turnover, high competition world of tech, finding that one guide who will teach you everything you need to know to be a titan of industry is in high demand. I’ve met a lot great people over my career who I’m certain could have served as great

Cannes Review > AOL Seminar

Monday, 20 June. Review for The Re-Calibration of Form and Function Online by AOL, presented by Tim Armstrong, CEO – AOL, and Arianna Huffington – Co-founder, Editor-in-Chief – The Huffington Post. Huffington Post: Adrianna opened up, she’s extremely charismatic, funny, and overall a great entertainer. Overall she provided a lot more entertainment than good content, but

The Future of Music Videos

As some of you may know I’m a total music fanatic. I’ve always felt my love of music in it’s own round-about way started my career in the online space. Maybe this is why I have never wavered from my fascination of watching the music world collide with the cultural and technological revolution that is

Watch out for Rob Gonda! – Who’s the big dog now?

I just wanted to give a little public shout-out to my friends Rob Gonda and Jeff Arbour. Rob, my brilliant co-author, has just been ranked the #9 person under 30 to watch out for in digital media. My friend Jeff Arbour from Hyperfactory scooted in at #1. I’m glad to see I’m in such good