Aimee Sunshine-Hill and Charlotte Gapasin are Ninthlink’s beautful goddesses of Code Writing. Here, in their words, are some thoughts and musings about the balance between life and code. READ MORE
We sat down with artist and business whiz Heather Blaine and asked her a few things about the balance of work and play. READ MORE
Instead of waxing poetic about “planning” and why it is essential, here are some quotes from famous and successful people over time that have said it better: READ MORE
The Responsibility of a Leader
In times of both economic prosperity and uncertainy, the strength, stamina, confidence, enthusiasm, and positive outlook of leaders are needed in all sectors of society — whether that leader is the President of the United States, a Senator, CEO, COO, teacher, professor, pastor, reverend, office manager, volunteer coordinator, and head of household, it is natural that some are born to lead the various flocks of communities: this is their calling, and burden. Such a role has great responsibility, with ethical and moral implications that inevitably affects the lives of others. READ MORE
Mark your calendars : Friday June 5th, 2009, The Modlins return to San Diego’s Whistle Stop Bar, to rock out the release of their third full-length album. Where Does It End? follows up to 2008′s “Best Pop Album” With Friends Like These, and the release party will see The Modlins accompanied by friends Writer (ms/writer), and Hot TV (ms/hottv), which itself features Mark Bertuldo, producer of the new album.
As concerns spread about the Swine Flu virus, traffic to health, social networking and news-oriented sites continues to spike as users seek out information.
The volume of conversations about the epidemic have already exceeded those surrounding the salmonella and peanut butter scares from earlier this winter by nearly 10 to 1, according to Nielsen Online.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services have been using Twitter and YouTube, among other sites, to disseminate information. Three agency heads hosted live Q&A sessions last week, now archived on CDC.gov and HHS.gov.
A Gallery of Awesome Tidbits of UX: Little Big Details
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