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First impressions are important because they’re hard to undo, and a bad one will stick with you for a long time. But a good first impression isn’t about impressing at all. It’s all about engaging with someone and making a connection.Read more..

Sure, researchers have been showing off terabit data speeds in fiber optics for years, but they've seldom been practical. That exotic technology may work over long distances, but it can quickly fall apart when you throw typical network loads in...

I live in a two-bedroom San Francisco apartment built in 1916. It has a view of the bay and the top of the Golden Gate bridge. There's crown molding, high ceilings and some pretty dope neighbors. It should be perfect. And it is -- if you're...

Mentors are a valuable source of guidance that help you move your career forward , but one isn’t enough. Don’t limit yourself to one person’s perspective or experience. Having multiple mentors, or at least people to talk shop with, takes the p...

Google’s second OnHub router packs in plenty of smarts, but might have been a tough sell at its original $220 MSRP. But could you be tempted for $130? That’s a pretty solid price point for any high end 802.11ac router, let alone one with intuitiv...

We’ve all experienced email overload , and some emails require a fair amount of time to write a reply. If you don’t have time to get to an email right away, at least tell the recipient when they can expect to hear back from you.Read more...

MIT hates overcrowded networks just as much as you do, and its CSAIL division has made two breakthroughs that could clear up the data pipes. To begin with, it's developing programmable routers that can still keep up with bandwidth-heavy services...