Link Assembly: Week of 6/17/11
Here’s a list of this week’s biggest/most interesting news:
The Bruins won the Stanley Cup.
Vancouver fans were very unhappy after that.
Penelope Trunk offered her guide on how to co-exist.
Want to know how to report a troublesome manager?
Anthony Weiner is now an Ex-Representative.
Tim’s Strategy discusses how to update your profile.
Birds are angry at policemen in this town for some reason.
Apparently, 20,000 people get hurt falling out of bed every year.
Susan Ireland has some resume mistakes for you to avoid.
Leo Plass, a 99-year-old from Oregon, is the oldest college graduate.
Check out this time lapse video of the moon over the course of a year.
Google’s looking into clean energy – solar leasing.
Last week saw a significant drop in jobless claims.
Online radio station Pandora is making waves in the NY Stock Exchange.
Gay marriage in NY is now in the Senate’s hands.
Link Assembly: Weekend Recap (6/13/11)
Here’s what you missed over the weekend:
Here’s a sad piece from Penelope Trunk if you’re a cat fan.
The Dallas Mavericks are champions of the NBA.
“The Big Man” Clarence Clemons suffered a stroke last night.
Check out this cool article about Rotten Tomatoes.
Ask A Manager has 10 answers to 10 questions.
Tracy Morgan said some dumb stuff over the weekend.
New York congressman Anthony Weiner is seriously considering resignation after a second batch of photos was released.
These two teens started a snow cone business to pay for high school.
Gas prices are finally dropping, even if temperatures didn’t.
Byron Lewis Sr. – chairman and chief executive of the UniWorld Group – has a lot to say about “uncommon sense” and what makes him hire people.
Building a personal brand seems to be a No. 1 priority on every recent grad’s list. Pretty Young Professional tackled strategies for doing just that.
President Obama’s pushing for more jobs in the private sector.
Small businesses have a bad track record when it comes to lending history, but that might be about to change.
With sharing on the Internet becoming easier than ever, more than one third of users have regrets about content.
A McDonald’s hoax picture discriminating against African Americans creates a huge PR problem.
More hoaxes: Syrian ‘Gay Girl’ blogger is an American living in Scotland.
Alison Doyle has tips for making your job application better.
The cause of the latest E. Coli breakout in Europe? Raw Sprouts.
Only one in four teens is expected to be employed this summer; these teens shared their stories.