Join The Wall Street Journal book club for a discussion with authors Marlon James and Jessica Hagedorn about her book, "Dogeaters." We'll be taking questions from readers on Facebook, Twitter and in the Google Hangout.
San Francisco may have cool startups and some of the biggest names in the technology business, but it underperforms when compared with 11 other global cities with strong tech clusters, a new report says.
Working towards a BFA has trained me to receive constructive criticism as a necessary interaction that pushes me to make the best quality work that I can create. Over time this has given me the self awareness trait that I wish everyone could have. It also has given me the ability to communicate criticisms to others in an appropriate way. People who ignore criticism while continuing to perform and behave as they do in the workplace are probably going to be less successful than their more self aware coworkers. Being self aware is a social skill, and having good social skills is important in any profession.
It takes longer to bake a pie than it does to set up a Raspberry Pi 2. Even if you're someone with little to no computer coding knowledge, you’ll be amazed by the number of things you can do with this $35 computer.