This week readers go to work with useful insight on how to put business cards to use, how not to put social media to use, and how to find all kinds of happiness. There were also “Yo Momma” jokes. Catch up on the most popular stories below.
Lydia Dishman discusses how to make a lasting impression out of a small piece of paper.
Amber Mac lays down the law on a socially ambiguous topic: social media etiquette.
Martin Lindstrom believes a reality check and a better outlook can cure our misery.
Jailbroken iPhone salutes Apple’s pixely beginnings.
Get back at that uppity graphic designer in your office and hopefully earn some street cred before getting sent to your friendly neighborhood HR rep.
You might not necessarily land that dream job, but with this service, it won’t be your resume’s fault.
Dev Aujla discusses how small steps can make a big difference in your work life.
Take another trip through the brave new world of democratized criticism of everything–even dog-hair sweaters.
Kit Eaton puts the latest iPad 3 rumors to the sniff test.
Coolest and most useless TED talk ever? Oh most definitely.
Amber Mac’s interview with John DiScala garnered the most interest this week. Check it out for money and time saving apps.
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