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Dr. Stockphoto Will See You Now

You may recall that I have a mild obsession with stockphotos. They pepper my blog posts ironically, like a hipster wearing a wolf t-shirt. I think they’re hilarious and strange, mostly because they are almost always look so staged, so canned, and just so darn...

Something There Is That Loves a Wall

Ah, open offices. They’re the preferred layout for startups and hip companies showing off their space to potential hires. They foster creativity. They create a culture of openness and collaboration. And they make a lot of us miserable. We’ve written quite...

Another SXSWi And Wow My Brain Hurts

This year marked my second South By Southwest Interactive experience, and now that a few days have passed since the conference ended I think I can begin to express some of the information that I learned. My brain is recovering from an information hangover. As always,...

Getting Kids Into Code

Whether or not you believe there’s a developer shortage (many people do and many people don’t), one thing is clear: tech jobs will only continue to grow as other industries shrink. I’ve got a four-year-old daughter, and I want to help give her the...

Looking Forward to SXSWi 2014

The countdown has begun. Michelle and I will be headed to SXSW Interactive (SXSWi) in just over a week, and if it’s anything like it was last year it’ll be five full days of fascinating and overwhelming talks and panels that will help my business brain and...

Who Are You, The User?

Welcome to Natalie’s Thoughts About Stuff. This blog post is my written thoughts on a topic I often mull over but that I don’t have an answer to. I’d love to hear what you think. I spend a lot of time thinking about The User. How will The User...

The Value of a Crappy Job

This past weekend I was at Reed College in Portland, Oregon for their annual Working Weekend event. The event is designed to let students know what life will be like after college; panelists (mostly Reed alumni) discuss career paths, give advice, and provide...

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