Technology has come a long way, even since the 80s. A text was something you lent your friend in English class. Skype was something you got from a one night stand. And a tweet was the sound a bird made. Have you ever wondered what Twitter would have looked like in the 80s?
Back in February, I wrote a post about a guy who put his entire resume on a candy bar wrapper. I also included my own story of getting noticed in a highly competitive field by introducing the "shoe resume." A few weeks later I received a call from a Today Show producer who read the article and invited me up to 30 Rock to talk about it.
Eric Katz, a 30-year-old paraplegic, Toms River, NJ native, who has devoted his life to building and creating artificial limbs for amputees, lost his home and everything he owned during Hurricane Sandy.
There have been so many songs in the course of music history, but there's always that one special song. Do you know what was the hottest hit on the radio the day you were born? Here's a cool tool to find out.
The way New Jersey has come together as we Restore New Jersey is nothing short of amazing and humbling. Here's more proof that everyone young and old are stepping up to help others recover from Sandy's aftermath. Here's one touching story.
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