Did you know that there are athletes who compete in the Olympic games but don’t represent a country? It’s true, and they even have a uniform designed by Nike. That story and more in this week’s top 10.
Roberta Matuson has some choice words for senseless companies that are alienating their workforces.
The Job Interview From Hell
Yesware’s CEO, Matthew Bellows, discusses his most intriguing (and rude) interview yet.
Google’s Quirky New London HQ: Fit For Mr. Bean
Check out Google’s new padded-walls HQ in London. Definitely toddler-proof.
Why Apple’s Next iPhone Is As Important As The First One
Kit Eaton shares his thoughts on the importance of the iPhone 5.
How AT&T Integrated Olympic Results Into Its Ads So Darn Fast
Rae Ann Fera tracks how advertisers are bringing new content to viewers in record time.
A New Point System Lets You Measure The Sustainability Impact Of Anything
EnergyPoints enables an apples-to-apples comparison of efficiencies and sustainable practices.
5 Years In The Making, Lufthansa’s Ingenious New Business Class Seats
After five years of testing and research, the perfect airplane seat has arrived. It all started with the letter “V.”
Infographic: What’s Different About The 2012 Olympics? Social Media, Basically
This infographic breaks down social media’s effect on the world’s biggest games.
Scott Stratten gives you the key to creating compelling video content.
Nike’s Olympic Gear For Athletes Without Countries
Check out Nike’s custom attire for athletes without borders.