If the election of 2016 has taught me anything - it’s that I live in a bubble. Yes, it’s political - but it’s more than that - I live in a digital media bubble that shapes what news I read, what products I know about, my world-views, and my perceptions.
If you were asked to describe a woman who inspires you, what comes to mind? Is she a leader? Is she ambitious? Is she brave?
To celebrate International Women's Day this year, we asked our Sparks to describe an influential woman in their lives. Here's how we're inspired by women each and every day.
When you ask a CEO what she or he sees as the biggest challenges for their business in 2017, hiring and retaining talent is likely to be high on the list. With U.S. unemployment less than 5 percent (the lowest levels in eight years) and employees showing less and less loyalty, the “war for talent” is being fought harder than ever.
It’s 2017, and everything is social: ordering Pad Thai, meeting your soulmate, finding travel inspiration and (on a more professional note) looking for jobs. Equipped with online portfolios and digital resumes, the workforce is searching online job boards and prospective employees are posting to their own social media to request information on opportunities...
We’ve seen a lot of recent changes with video content on both Snapchat and Instagram, so it’s no surprise that Facebook is next up to shift its focus to video. With digital video populating over 80 percent of consumer internet traffic by 2020, Facebook has announced an array of updates in hopes of creating a more engaging, video-sharing experience for users.
Shooting on location can be thrilling — getting up early, catching sunrise in some exotic place to make something amazing. If you work in a creative field, it’s what you live for. However, heaven can quickly turn to hell if you’re not prepared for the unpredictability of working in the wild. Here are my top 8 tips for shooting on location.