Opinion Editorials Section
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(Editorial) When there are leaks from the tech or music industry in modern times, is it a stunt, or is it accidental? Let's dissect two recent leaks.
(Tech News) Your fridge, thermostat, car, and sprinklers can all talk to the web now, representing the "Internet of Things," and it's about to explode in a huge way.
(Business Marketing) Typing is difficult, and spell checking is even difficulter... see? These real life marketing typos were discovered in the MLS and are sure to make you feel better about your own simple mistakes.
(Editorial) The gender gap in the technology world exists, but it is not this ugly chasm that some portray it as, and there is actually a solution that doesn't involve unfair demands and complaining.
(Editorial) A key figure at Move, Inc. resigned without notice last week, leaving many wondering how his move to Zillow will have an impact on the real estate industry.
(Editorial) Move, Inc. has lost two top executives, and most are calling this a win for their competitors, but perhaps this is their chance to get ahead again.
(Business News) Did you know that admitting you don't know something can be a respectable business move? But in other situations, you better avoid it.
(Editorial) When you're the keeper of jobs, people come out of the woodwork to approach you, but one such person's responses constitute bullying in our book.
(Editorial) Over the years, one particular blog post has rattled around in my brain, and I have finally figured out why I disagree so deeply with something I respect so much.
(Editorial) Today's innovations are numerous and impressive, but there is a problem with adoption rates, as geek jargon holds back the very concepts being so dramatically shifted.
(Editorial) We all experience bad customer service every day, but CarParts.com proves how to systematically enrage customers by implementing crap policies.