The country music radio show Hillbilly at Harvard posted an article titled The Beep, and How to Make It (August 24, 2022) regarding some behind the scenes radio techniques and terminology.Continue reading “Castrate the Beep and other radio terminology”
Eliza Brooke wrote an article for Vox titled The introvert’s guide to actually enjoying a party (Aug 26, 2022).
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James Somers wrote an article for the Atlantic titled Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria (April 20, 2017).
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Theodore Kinni wrote an article for Strategy and Business titled When it Comes to Changing Culture, Think Small (August 11, 2022).Continue reading “Changing Corporate Culture by Focusing on Individuals”
An article on the American Psychological Association website titled True lies: People who lie via telling truth viewed harshly, study finds (December 15, 2016) defines paltering: “the ability to deceive someone by telling the truth… Rather than misstating facts or failing to provide information, paltering involves actively making truthful statements to create a mistaken impression”Continue reading “Paltering – to deceive with truthful statements”
Daniel Christian Wahl wrote an article for Resilience.org titled A Brief History of Systems Science, Chaos and Complexity (September 12, 2019).Continue reading “Daniel Christian Wahl on Chaos and Complexity”
Tim Ambler and E. Ann Hollier wrote an article for the Journal of Advertising Research titled The Waste in Advertising is the Part That Works (December 2004).Continue reading “The Waste in Advertising is the Part That Works”