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In this video the editors at Wipster interview key people in the industry. Photo – Justin Cone of Motionographer and Psyop
Catherine Rampell (photo, left) is an economics reporter at The New York Times. In this piece she covers the topic of how much longer tech companies are taking to find their hires and what methods they are using.
" . . . the pressure is on us to lead the interview in a way that ensures nothing essential goes left unsaid," declares Jerod Morris (photo, left) in a piece at CopyBlogger.com. "Here’s the simple six-step preparation process I follow to conduct podcast interviews that work."
Robin Good's Pinterest selection on the topic.
Randy Krum features an infographic on the topic.
In this CommPro.biz article, Larry Thomas asks Joe Caneen, The Video Whisperer, for his thoughts on corporate video.
"When you see someone like Oprah or Anderson Cooper on television, it's easy to think that they're naturally talented speakers and interviewers. After all, the ease with which they interact with their guests, and share ideas on stage, is rare. But what if it's not all talent? What if the real secret to being that […]
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Add one more achievement to the digital revolution: It has made it fashionable to be rude. So writes David Carr – New York Times writer – after attending a South by Southwest Interactive conference. After a presentation, Carr observed “once the badge-decorated horde spilled into the halls or went to the hundreds of parties that […]
OnlineEducation.net made an infographic based on results from a student/technology study. Among the interesting findings: When students stopped using digital devices for 24 hours, they experienced withdrawal symptoms similar to those of alcoholics and drug addicts. 38% of students say they can't go more than 10 minutes without using a digital device . . . […]« Previous Entries