Technology can make your show sound better - but software can't fix everything. Here's some core tricks of the trade to know for your show; brought to you by a real Radio DJ!
It's gotten a lot of play lately, especially as Switzerland mulls a referendum to give every citizen $2,800 monthly. But is it possible (or desirable) for everyone to get a check in the mail?
When you're at a loss and seeking some direction, looking at your fore-bearers can give you some fore-sight. Mistakes you can duck, preferences you can unearth; it's all there in the family tree.
"Myers Briggs" is a popular but somewhat controversial personality test. Proponents enthusiastically state their 'types,' detractors laugh at its dubious methodology. Either way, the 'MBTI' is useful.
Beyond the IOU's and handicraft cards. How you can really show love beyond the empty wallet.
Claims are rising that economic theory can be tested using Eve Online; but EVE is a utopia deserving of its namesake. Here are eight ways the game differs from reality.
When you're negotiating your pay with an editor and need to call their bluff, it helps to shove some information up your sleeve first. Read here how to cop-a-feel of the company wallet.
Whether radical or moderate, unions are a way to balance the relationship with business; read here to increase your pay and safety.
Sometimes among the young and fiscally responsible - a few big expenses can push credit cards into scary territory. This article is for those who haven't heard of 'overdrafts,' an alternative debt.