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As seen on Businessweek.com By: Belinda Lanks As elevator pitches go, isn’t “Snapchat for smells”—at first whiff—a little suspect? Not so, says David Edwards, Harvard professor and creator of what he calls the oPhone–an app-plus-atomizer combo that lets users tag images with scents and send them around the Web: “We think it’ll just be a lot of...

By: John Hutchins, Quantix Vice President, Client Services Crafting a quality resume is not an easy task, especially if you have hung up your technical skills and moved into the management ranks. As an IT executive, how do you effectively communicate your expertise and skills to a hiring manager, search firm or recruiter? Now that you’re...

As seen on CNET.com By: Leslie Katz [caption id="attachment_175" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Image Credit: CNET and URME Surveillance[/caption] If the world starts looking like a scene from "Matrix 3" where everyone has Agent Smith's face, you can thank Leo Selvaggio. His rubber mask aimed at foiling surveillance cameras features his visage, and if he has his way, plenty of people...

By: Elias Cobb, Quantix Recruiting Manager I'm not sure why some people, recruiters and candidates alike, think it's a good idea to falsify information on a resume. I'm not talking about just inflating your skills a little (I'll address that later). I'm talking about flatly making things up! It's not a good idea! Recently I have seen...

As seen on Gigaom.com By: Katie Fehrenbacher The warming climate will be one of the most powerful influences on the planet that human beings have ever seen, and the changes are already happening, notes a new report published on Tuesday written by a large group of scientists and organized by the U.S. government. For Silicon Valley —...

As seen on WIRED.com By: Jordan Golson Some people consider washing the car an intimate, sacred ritual. The rest of us would prefer to skip the whole matter and get on with the day. And so we thank Nissan for developing paint that repels water and oil, effectively creating the world’s first self-cleaning car. [caption id="attachment_153" align="aligncenter" width="300"]...

As seen on WIRED.com By: Robert McMillan Someone with the online handle Holmsey79 logged into Yahoo yesterday, and his account was instantly hacked. Simply because he logged in, a computer research firm called Fox IT was able to grab his online credentials from Yahoo’s servers, including his password and online session cookie. This instant hack was made possible...