If You’re Using Slack And Need Project Management Functionality, You Need Workast

One of the best trends in software and app development is the rise of offerings designed to integrate with other platforms as opposed to starting life as standalone offering. Case in point: Workast, a project and task management app designed to integrate seamlessly into Slack. If you aren’t already familiar with Slack, it’s a communication and collaboration platform that is simply fabulous. If you need a way to communicate with team members in the same office or across different countries, this is the tool you should be using. We’ll be taking a … Read more

Preparing For A Kiss Like An Eviscerating Slash – As Boringly As Possible

A recent development in theater, television and film performance, in terms of theory and practice, is the role of intimacy director. There was a video on The Atlantic which frames it as emerging out of a recognition that performance situations were being used to provide a veneer of legitimacy to sexual assault. I don’t think anyone questions that it is of paramount concern to safeguard the physical, emotional and mental well-being of performers, but it is important not to think of intimacy direction as a concession to recent social and political trends. … Read more

It’s Like Excel On Steroids

Most of us are using Excel to manage any number of things, right? *everyone nods in agreement* I’d like to invite you to try my go-to spreadsheet software: Airtable. You guys, this thing is like Excel on steroids (in a good way).  I use it exclusively to manage advertising campaigns, editorial calendars, speaking engagements, and more. Here are just a few of the reasons why I love it so much: It is in the cloud and it is easily shareable. You don’t have to worry about which version of the spreadsheet you’re … Read more

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