Month: October 2009

Howard Warshaw’s Dreams and Story under the Ground as a Therapist to quit his play designer

Howard Warshaw’s Dreams and Story under the Ground as a Therapist to quit his play designer Howard Scott Warshaw, also known as HSW, is an American psychotherapist and former game designer known for his work at Atari in the early 1980s. Warshaw, who designed games like Yars’ Revenge, Raiders of the Lost Ark and E.T. …

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6 Situations That Require You to Remain Silent to Be a Better Leader

Sometimes not all words are effective enough to deserve praise. Silence can sometimes be stronger than words. Leonardo Da Vinci, an inventor and artist, said, “There is nothing that strengthens authority as much as silence.” Leaders know how to use silence as a speech tactic and an opportunity to lead. Here are six situations in …

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Facebook’s #10YearsChallenge Current May Not Be As Innocent As It Looks

If you’re actively using social media, it’s quite likely that you’ve noticed a trend on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram where users are old, mostly 10 years old, and now. Kate O’Neill, author of best-selling books such as The Environment and International Relations, Tech-Humanist, Pixels and Places, tweeted that instead of joining the current, we took …

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