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Trivialities: The New York NewTeeVee scene, Mark Cuban's budding dance career

Looking at the first-ever New York edition of the GigaOm-hosted film events, and the season premiere of 'Dancing with the Stars'

By September 24, 2007


Snooze your way to a better career

Sleep helps you organize and clarify your thoughts. So when you're developing an important speech or presentation, get most of it done, then sleep on it. You'll achieve greater clarity and perspective in the morning.

By August 3, 2007


Jump-start your career in five hard lessons

Quit whining and take constructive steps toward a fulfilling career, consultant Steve Tobak writes. First piece of advice: don't get a self-help book.

By July 24, 2007


LeapFrog's new junior computer preps tots for career in blogging

LeapFrog has just released the $60 ClickStart My First Computer, a console that attaches to your TV and comes with a wireless keyboard.

By July 11, 2007


Career aspirations in the Asay home

This time, Isaac has upgraded his ambition from stunt man to Morrissey band member....

By June 21, 2007


In tech support, Obama bests Clinton

Hillary Clinton, who has spent years wooing technology firms, gets upstaged by newcomer Barack Obama--who began his Senate career by complaining that airline pilot uniforms were available for purchase over the Internet.

By March 5, 2008


Update: NIN grosses $750,000 overnight

The $300 special edition of the new Nine Inch Nails album is already sold out, according to the band's Web site.

By March 5, 2008


Get some perspective

Whether you're an individual or a company, you can only plod along, putting one foot ahead of the other, for so long before something changes. That's when you need to take a step back and get some perspective. If you don't, the results can be tragic.

By March 4, 2008


Fan-funded music

Instead of relying on a record label or the band yuppie, bands can turn to music fans to help get started.

By February 28, 2008


The business model of free

The Long Tail author and Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson proposes that Internet-based distribution is driving consumer payments toward zero in all industries, including music.

By February 26, 2008