Why am I still carrying around dead keys to a place that no longer exists? By Melissa Mesku.
In 2014 I participated in the madcap hackathon roadtrip known as StartupBus. Before I went, what I really wanted to know was what the hell am I getting myself into. Here’s an overview.
Many office managers and employers still have trouble embedding wellness into their workplace or coworking environment. Here are 5 tips to get started. By Scott Colman of Blue Jelly.
Every time I climb, I discover how applicable it is to the act of starting and growing a business. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent: The Independent Professional’s Guide to Self-Employment Success.
Coworking spaces have been lauded for “accelerating serendipity,” but what does that really mean? A deeper look into how serendipity works and how it might be measured. By Melissa Mesku.
When it comes to civil rights, the gulf between de jure law and de facto practice can be an ugly place. So I spoke with Todd Sears, the founder of Out Leadership, about how corporations are measuring up in respect to LGBT rights. By Dave Gentry.
I’ve never had a job, and I never will. I know what you’re thinking… liar! Allow me to explain. Post by Brent Comstock, founder and CEO of BCom Solutions.
Once you’ve experienced it, community is everything. But we don’t necessarily know what we’ve got ’til it’s gone. George McLaughlin thoughtfully recounts his trajectory alongside 100state in Madison, WI.
Pop icon Taylor Swift took on Apple last week and Apple capitulated. But certain questions linger about the durability of surface-level wins. Cultural critic Shaun Scott on how millennials “shake it off.”
We’re in the middle of a freelancer boom. But what about engineering? There’s some indication that freelance engineers are on the rise, but they have a long way to go in establishing the same independent work culture that web developers and digital creatives have long had.
Is my adulterous relationship with many types of work preventing me from having a harmonious marriage with one skillset, one industry? Well, too bad. In defense of juggling multiple jobs, projects and streams of income.
Salaried workers often work well beyond 40 hours per week without any extra compensation, but that’s not how the original law was designed. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent: The Independent Professional’s Guide to Self-Employment Success