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5 Tips From the Stars to Look Your Best During a Video Interview

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Video interviews are one of the newest trends seen in the recruitment process―more than 60 percent of companies are using it. It expedites the interview process, making it a great advantage to recruiters and job seekers alike. Companies are able to quickly complete interviews, reduce the amount of time spent on finding candidates and significantly cut total cost per hire. …

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“Love Is In The Cloud” – The Best Apps For A Truly Unforgettable Valentine’s Day

If you’re like most of the population, chances are, you still haven’t made plans yet for Valentine’s Day. Am I right? And while it’s right around the corner, the thought of it most likely either makes your heart skip a beat or sends chills up your spine. Luckily, we’ve compiled the very best mobile apps in this infographic to help …

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Continuing Education from Your Home Office

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You’ve got your business plan for 2013, have set some goals to grow, are hitting the ground running, but chances are you’ve neglected a very important area for growth. You. With all the demands of work and life, we tend to neglect the life side of the equation and even more often, ourselves. One way to stretch your mind and …

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Eight pop culture references to video conferencing

Once strictly reserved for Max Headroom, Marty McFly and the crew of the USS Enterprise, audio-video communications technology — videophones, webcams, videoconferencing, telepresence and the like — is now as ubiquitous as once-far-out contraptions such as microwave ovens and laptop computers. Although now a standard method of communicating with friends and loved ones in distant locales and conducting business in …

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Answering Your Top 5 Questions About the Facebook IPO and Facebook IPO Price

If you’re anything like me (read: not a Wall Street junkie), you’re scratching your head wondering why the Facebook IPO (NYSE: FB) and Facebook IPO price  are such a big deal. If anything, some of us are moderately concerned that Facebook’s big push into the public spotlight might negatively impact our own little profile pages in the world’s favorite social media …

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Storytelling: what technology means versus what it does

This video has been a point of discussion this week among our PGi team—as you watch, you’ll witness its undeniable emotional power. Understanding that Henry is the hero of the story and that technology merely facilitates the music that brings him back to life again, brings fluidity and vitality to his limbs, expression to his face and light to his …

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A Proactive Approach: Closing the Tech Diversity Gap

Touching on race as it relates to socioeconomic status and equality can be a particularly sensitive issue. Personally, I think the only way to have a true discussion about race is as authentically as possible, and I think our recent #Shift speaker Baratunde Thurston, author of How to be Black, would agree. Closing the diversity gap in technology and technology …

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#shift: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

This article was written by Kunal Merchant, co-founder of social media acquisition and analytics agency Etiquette Creative. Last year I was asked to participate in an “un-conference” called #shift by my friend, Joey Rubin. I’ve known Joey for a few years while working in nightlife, producing events, and DJ-ing in New York City. At the time, I was working as …

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Reflecting on #shiftsxsw: a conversation with Baratunde and “How to Be Black”

During the #shiftSXSW event during South by Southwest Interactive, PGi was privileged to host a classic Sunday soul food dinner and open dialogue with Baratunde Thurston, published author and Digital Editor of “The Onion.” Baratunde joined us at the top of the Frost Bank building overlooking dowtown Austin at dusk to discuss his new book, How to be Black, while …

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In review: #shiftsxsw video interview with Brian Solis

It was only fitting that Brian Solis would kick off the #ShiftSXSW event series.  Solis currently serves as principle of a research-based advisory firm called Altimeter Group. Most recently, Solis, who has built a reputation as a thought leader in new media, published a new book The End of Business As Usual.  Something that Solis has received a rave reviews …

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#ShiftSXSW: Learn More About Brian Solis and the Future of Digital Platforms

With #shiftSXSW just a few days away, we wanted to share some more information on our key speaker Brian Solis. #Shift is about changing the way we think about the work-life balance, communicating and connecting, and the use of technology in business. Brian Solis, prominent social media analyst and thought leader, certainly fits the bill for this event. Whether it’s …

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Turn Your Location Services on for #shiftSXSW

Attending SXSW this year? The SXSWi (interactive) panels bring together some of the greatest forward thinking tech-heads from around the world, with social media serving as the keynote for many of their ideas. With SXSW and our #shift event in mind, and being a bit of an app-junkie, I saw a new locational service that I had to write about: …

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Are you connected? Brian Solis at #shiftSXSW

In preparation for our upcoming #shiftSXSW event, we would like to highlight a few of our special guests, and, in their honor, address topics that are near and dear to them. We are kicking off our series of events with a discussion about social convergence and connectivity, and this conversation would not be complete without our featured panelist, Brian Solis. …

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The Zen of Social Media: The Balance Between the Warm and Fuzzies & Social Media Addiction

Hello, my name is Blakely and I’m a social media-aholic. And you might be, too. Have you ever felt that phantom smartphone vibration? Sleep with your phone next to the bed — just in case? Get nervous when your 140-character haiku brilliance doesn’t get retweeted? Or comment on a Facebook post while in the shower? You just might be hooked. …

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iMeet’s Ahead of the Curve: 12 Tech Trends for 2012

Aimlessly surfing the web this weekend using StumbleUpon as my trusty guide, I came across an immaculately arranged page, peaking my interest enough to stay and read for a bit. What I discovered was Fast Company’s Co.Design blog. The topic: twelve technology trends that will command 2012, which only engaged me further. As I read through the predicted directions of …

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The future of our networked society

This week, I found myself inspired by the video “On the Brink” and as soon as I watched it, I wanted to share it with my #Shift readers. It explores the rapid change we are all in the midst of and a part of, and how technology now enables humans to more fully actualize what we truly are. This new, …

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The Serious Side of Social Media

Social media has a big impact on (most) of our everyday lives. According to Facebook, they currently have 800 million users worldwide, with about 400 million of those users logging on every day. Though its numbers are significantly smaller, Twitter, with about 56 million active users, is also a force to be reckoned with. For the most part, social media …

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How does #Shift inspire?

The #Shift NYC un-conference started conversations and inspired new ideas for social enterprise and brand evolution in an age of new media. Learn more in this short video vignette, just after the “Broadcast” salon: [tube]emxZ-31503w[/tube]

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Straight talk about #Shift

What did attendees think of the #Shift un-conference? Watch a brief glimpse after the “Broadcast” salon and listen to what a few participants experienced, including Kassidy from Journey of Action and Brad of Revision3. [tube]hzr3Pvj83fg[/tube]

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Life is a Game: The Gamification of IT

Today, life really is all fun and games — even at work. With the gamification of the workplace and the consumerization of IT, this shift is apparent in homes, cars, schools, prisons, courthouses, workplaces, airports, shopping malls and more. The Apple iPhenomenon, mobile apps popularity and social media craze started a revolutionary movement all over the world: fun is required. …

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