We raise a glass, err, bottle, to Coke for their efforts and philosophy in the area of content marketing.
This Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the first foursquare check-in from space. Not only did it knock Antarctica out of the running for the coolest check-in ever made, but it also made my personal list for the ‘coolest project I’ve worked on in my entire career… ever.’
When you think about the need for more women occupying more power seats, what comes to mind? How about things like the boardroom, the C-suite, the Fortune 500 and the Forbes 400? What about places like Sand Hill Road, Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Capitol Hill and The White House? Well folks, add to your list: Wikipedia.
If ever there was a more important battle cry to hear in life and in work, it would be Cory’s own personal mantra: “[approach life as] passionate and always in beta.” Inherent in her words, and in her own background, is the idea that taking risks should be the rule and not the exception.
Question: If Nisha Chittal gives us a sense of the ambition-forward woman of the future and Mad Men gives us a sense of the ambition-corseted woman of the past, who built the bridge between the two? Answer: Women like Karen Vander Linde.
When you watch a show like Mad Men, female ambition is carefully shrouded in corsets and pin curls. Five decades later, millennials like Nisha and me are not interested in shrouding or limiting our ambitions to paraprofessional roles. Our generation is not just interested in advancement or a seat at the table. Rather, we are interested in the “power seat” (to borrow a phrase from More Seats interviewee Cindy Gallop), at the head of the table.
There are few people I’ve met in my career that have more energy and endurance than I do. Ekaterina Walter is one of those rare people.
On Wednesday night, I was invited to speak on one of the least talked about topics on the web right now: Infographics. And by least, I actually mean most. “If you take away just one thing from my talk tonight let it be this,” I said to a packed house on Ogilvy PR’s 10th floor, [...]
It seems it was just yesterday we were lining up at the Austin Convention Center to hear some of our mentors, friends and colleagues speak at South by Southwest Interactive conference and yet, it’s already time to prepare for next’s year festivities.
Have you heard? JESS3′s own President and COO, Leslie Bradshaw, was just named one of 2011′s Top 36 influential women in technology. The profile, penned by E.B. Boyd, outlines some of our favorite projects from 2010 (first check in from space!) and touches on Leslie’s professional background and family life. After a year of tremendous [...]