Robin Cook

March 26, 2014
Dame Shirley Porter

Environmentalism: Interviewing Philanthropist Dame Shirley Porter

Dame Shirley Porter was a politician and environmental activist in the UK before moving to Israel in 1993. As Leader of Westminster City Council and Lord Mayor of Westminster, she introduced various projects to clean up London. In Israel she became involved with the Council for a Beautiful Israel and […]
March 24, 2014
Job fair

Interview Q&A as Corporate Mirror

Glassdoor posted its Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions, and they are – as advertised – quite odd. Judging by their weirdness, one can only imagine what the answers look like. But unconventional questions are a good thing. One reason is because these question types get people thinking in creative ways, […]
January 28, 2014
Josh Miller

Josh Miller: Co-founder of Branch Re-Envisions Online Conversation

Usually one doesn’t move into a dorm as a senior at Princeton… and then leave a couple of days later. But such is the logical next step of your life if you are Josh Miller, co-founder of Branch, an innovative social media tool that departs from the Twitter model by […]
January 16, 2014

The Public Detective: Sherlock Holmes Copyright Expires

A recent ruling by a federal judge in Chicago has apparently ushered Sherlock Holmes into the public domain. But, so as to dispense with the obligatory pun right away, all is not as elementary as it seems. The situation is complex because later Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes stories are still […]