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How You Can Start to Fail Successfully

How You Can Start to Fail Successfully

​ Twitter is littered with quotes that celebrate it; CEOs talk about it as part of their culture; the start-up world is obsessed with it. What is this incredibly captivating "thing"? Failure. ​The question remains: "Does this idolization of failure hold true in the real world?" The day-to-day reality of ...

Students Can Count on These Back-to-School Math Apps

Students Can Count on These Back-to-School Math Apps

Beware of traditional approaches to math education as the days of old math are now numbered. Thankfully, touchscreen technology is here to help. Here are five compelling apps that tackle mathematics in unique ways. While students should not abandon classroom lessons, these apps could be a boon for those who struggle with ...

The Destiny of the Wii U

The Destiny of the Wii U

In about an hour, I’ll have my copy of Destiny in my hands. I thought about turning this blog into a review, but I’m no good with reviews. Also, here’s the review for Destiny: It’s great. It has to be great. With the amount of money that Activision is throwing at it (along with Bungie’s Halo pedigree), ...

Digital Onboarding of Offline Conversions: Providing Insight Into the Customer Journey

Digital Onboarding of Offline Conversions: Providing Insight Into the Customer Journey

To alleviate the boredom of a long flight, I recently found myself flipping through the pages of the inflight shopping catalog, where I came across an intriguing item with a QR code next to it. I scanned the code with my tablet, and (thanks to the in-flight WiFi) was taken to a mobile microsite that featured an interactive ...

The One Sentence That Makes Anyone a Leader

The One Sentence That Makes Anyone a Leader

Leadership isn’t a gift from birth or trait few possess. It’s the willingness to step up and assume responsibility when others don’t or won’t. Take, for instance, the current situation in England where doctors at the University of Oxford seek brave souls to test an ebola vaccine. The deadly disease has already ...

Wearable Technology is Set to Change Sports

Wearable Technology is Set to Change Sports

In 2013, the National Football League struck a landmark deal with Microsoft that gives Xbox users exclusive interactive access to games each week and requires coaches and coordinators to use Surface tablets on the sidelines. The deal is worth a staggering $400 million over the next five years, which makes one very loud, ...

3 Simple Exercises to Unleash Your Innovation

3 Simple Exercises to Unleash Your Innovation

At Talentedly, we are obsessed with professional growth and innovation. So it goes without saying that we actively avoid “the comfort zone” because that is where innovation goes to die. When you’re comfortable, you take fewer risks. And if you’re not taking risks, you’re not learning, nor are you creating and ...

The Technology of Travel

The Technology of Travel

I started writing this blog from the passenger seat of my car, as my friend and I drove from New Jersey to Texas. I could have posted the entire thing to this site from my car, too, if I had bought a refill card for my T-Mobile hotspot. I also could have typed up this post on my phone and used my phone’s LTE to get it ...

How Online Technology Spurs Media and Creative Ad Effectiveness

How Online Technology Spurs Media and Creative Ad Effectiveness

Online technologies are creating a seismic shift in ad effectiveness research and spurring it towards an inferential approach. A long-standing, public example of the inferential approach has been Harvard’s IATs – Implicit Association Tests (implicit.harvard.edu). You can see this indirect technique in action about ...

How to Find a Networking Group That’s Worth Your Time

How to Find a Networking Group That’s Worth Your Time

Americans are always on the move. Since our nation’s founding, we have roamed our vast country in search of opportunity or a fresh start. In fact, this interactive map from The New York Times shows where people came from as they entered your own state — dating back to 1800. California in the 20th century? A lot ...