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  • Having a family can be good for your career

    If you haven't read Anne-Marie Slaughter's cover story in the July/August issue of The Atlantic, titled "Why Women Still Can't Have It All," you've probably seen part of the discussion it sparked. With her argument that "among those who have made it to...
  • There's a cure for going viral

    Going viral has gone viral. Social media have become the obsession of all media. It's all about social now. What are the latest social tools? How can a company increase its social reach? Are reporters devoting enough time to social? Less discussed -- or...
  • Beware the cost of all this 'communication'

    Last week, I wrote about how our obsession with social media has reached idol-worshipping proportions. A week later, with the passing of Super Tuesday and the release of another iPad, the topic is still on my mind. Fetishizing social media has become a...
  • Who will win: Obama or Obama?

    As the seemingly endless GOP nomination fight grinds on, it's becoming clearer who President Obama's most formidable opponent is likely to be: himself. Sometimes a long, hard-fought primary is good for a party, forcing the candidates to become stronger,...
  • Action needed on jobs and growth

    In the days leading up to President Obama's fifth State of the Union address Tuesday night, the big news was that the president was going to focus on "job creation" and "economic growth." Or, as The New York Times put it, Obama will "define a second-...
  • Wisdom is the new E-ticket attraction

    This past weekend I went to Disneyland. Not the actual Disneyland, but my version of Disneyland. It was a conference called "Wisdom, 2.0" designed to address "the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology,...
  • Millennials leading the stress parade

    First came the baby boomers, then came Generation X. Branding of the subsequent generation, the one that came of age during the 2000s, was less definitive, ping-ponging between Generation Y and millennials. I'd like to add a third name: Generation Stress....
  • 7 questions about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act you needed answered

    7 questions about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act you needed answered
    Republican Senator Dean Heller, the junior Senator from Nevada, announced Monday his support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which likely makes him the crucial 60th vote in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's attempt to get the bill...
  • Our dangerous, unpopular 10-plus-year war

    You'd think a 10 1/2 year war would be a major issue in a presidential campaign - especially a war going as badly as the one in Afghanistan. And especially in the wake of Sen. Jay Rockefeller publicly urging President Obama to speed up the withdrawal of...
  • Military families need our gratitude - and action

    A year ago, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden announced Joining Forces, a program to create and secure private-sector jobs for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. At the time, the first lady said it was time to "build upon our nation's great...
  • Sleep on this: Connect by disconnecting

    Each year, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity gathers thousands of innovative thinkers and practitioners in advertising and media from around the world to talk about what's new and what's next in our brave new digital world. Last year,...