Linked – How the weird power dynamics of job interviews can brainwash you into putting up with bad behavior.
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Linked – How the weird power dynamics of job interviews can brainwash you into putting up with bad behavior.

At this point in my life, I’ve seen and heard so many of these kinds of stories, that almost nothing surprises me, though some of the stories in this article are very strange. That kind of behavior would stop though, if we could remind ourselves of this, and not put up with it. “There’s something…

I Guess All of Us Night Owls Are Going to Die, Well Maybe Not

I Guess All of Us Night Owls Are Going to Die, Well Maybe Not

I’m sure you’ve all seen the headlines. A recent study has shown that people who identify as night-owls, were 10% more likely to die early or some variation on that. Apparently, we’re all supposed to start being morning people for the sake of longer life, except that’s not exactly what the study proved at all….

Linked – 7 Reasons Not to Use Outlook to Forensically Preserve Emails
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Linked – 7 Reasons Not to Use Outlook to Forensically Preserve Emails

With the grain of salt that this is written by a company that makes a forensic email collection tool, I think reasons 2-6 in the linked list are very real issues for any eDiscovery collection, and why I would not rush into collecting any web-based email account. “On the surface, this looks reasonable—Outlook connects to…

Linked – Better Information Governance Means Better E-Discovery Outcomes—Part I: E-Discovery in the Big Data Era
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Linked – Better Information Governance Means Better E-Discovery Outcomes—Part I: E-Discovery in the Big Data Era

This should be obvious, but I suspect that in the majority of cases, a whole lot of time and effort is spent just trying to figure out what data is out there, and where it is. “Anyone familiar with electronic discovery (e-discovery) and complex civil litigation knows that there is tremendous evidentiary benefit to quickly…

Linked – Questions to Ask Yourself at Every Point in Your Career
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Linked – Questions to Ask Yourself at Every Point in Your Career

This article places this question in the mid-level, but there’a a similar question they want you to ask during the entry-level phase, that I think is very similar: Is your career giving you enough money, time and flexibility to do the things in your life that are more important than working? The entry level version…

Linked – The Case Against Retweets
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Linked – The Case Against Retweets

I don’t think I’d go to the trouble of not seeing any retweets, but this does remind us that maybe don’t tweet or retweet something that makes you angry, it’s not really helping anything? “But what if viral content isn’t the best content? Two Wharton professors have found that anger tops the list of shareable…