Sadly this is very accurate. I'm sure there's an app for this problem.
Here is the job posting. You may notice we need some work on our website - that's because we've been so busy working on other websites and we need help with project managing.
If you know a thing or two about the internets and have the soft skills like the guy below, you might have what it takes.
This is extremely accurate. Found this on Reddit via a site that is pretty awesome in it's own right Global Nerdy, a blog mostly about Shopify but there's some other humor and nerdery peppered in there. Check it out.
Side note: my company is hiring a Digital Project Manager.
I had suffered from infographic overload a while ago. This is the first interesting one I've seen in a while.
I don't take recommending a Cate Blanchett film lightly. I find her highly unlikeable.
That said... this movie has it all for an indie: unusual story, great acting from a newcomer, awesome setting, great soundtrack from the Chemical Brothers, and lots of action with just enough plot twists.
The best part of this is how disappointed the husband is with his wife.
This is a great TED Talk my dad sent through to me earlier today. It deals with content curation in the digital world - who/what is deciding what we see (and don't see).
This is something that most people in the Internet, communications, or marketing industries would already be well aware of - however the speaker does a great job of presenting the issue with clarity in under 10 minutes.
This is THE song of April 2011, and just found out they'd already "sold out". I want to say too bad, but there are a lot of great songs being used in commercials for the past couple of years. It's still great & will always remind me of Paris. Take a listen.