Call me behind the times, but I'd never seriously considered cultivating my brand. It took 17 years working in print media and an assignment covering Morgan Spurlock's "Greatest Movie Ever Sold" to figure it out.
Reddit's Alexis Ohanian, @TheRecruiterGuy's Chris Hoyt, and Behance's Scott Belsky talk about the importance of shower time, living with your parents, and "dangerous engagement," among other things—in a SXSW panel moderated by Fast Company's Anya Kamenetz
GroupMe founders Steve Martocci and Jared Hecht joined Fast Company on stage to talk about the NYC startup scene, acquisitions, paying engineers, challenges of a noisy mobile market, plus Zuck and privacy.
Reid Hoffman, angel investor, co-founder of LinkedIn and Fast Company Most Creative Person, took the stage at SXSW interactive as part of the distinguished speaker series, and immediately brought the ballroom back to the future.