With the dawn of a new year approaching, let’s look back at what’s changed in the world of tech over the past 12 months. In my role as the Senior Editor for Technology and Science at Flipboard, I’m always paying attention to emerging story trends impacting the industry. Since 2018, I’ve analyzed the headlines to… Continue reading Web3, Ransomware Attacks, Facebook and Apple Woes Defined Tech’s 2021
“The journey is one of peaks and valleys,” Carl Perry remarked, describing in a cautiously optimistic tone the progress made with the developer program he manages at Square. For more than six years, the commerce company has gradually opened more of itself up to third-party developers in a bid to bring its experience to more… Continue reading Square Banks on Developer Platform to Woo Larger Sellers in March Upmarket
Recently, I’ve begun doing a bit of KonMari’ing in my home and eventually it led me to several boxes unnecessarily taking up space. In them were hundreds of business cards that have accrued over the years. Parsing through them, filtering out outdated cards, and trying to remember where I met people, I wished for a… Continue reading HiHello Tackles the Professional Networking Problem: What to Do With All Those Business Cards?
Whenever I’m motivated to take on a massive undertaking, be it a new adventure, traveling to another country, or anything work-related, I try not to take a half-ass approach to it, and this means educating myself on all possible avenues, obstacles, and angles. Whether talking to experts or extensively researching items online, I continue to… Continue reading ‘Dear Founder’ Is the Business World’s ‘Dear Abby’ That Entrepreneurs Should Read