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Set yourself up for online success

You’ve all heard the expression “dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” It’s a simple adage that has impact for both job seekers and those vying for promotions as they try to reach the next rung on the corporate ladder.

Newsworthy fever

Nothing like a pervasive, invasive internet bug to make you want to take a complete tech sabbatical and spend some time enjoying this beautiful spring weather.

Local small biz takes on retail giant

An Omaha woman has found herself embroiled in a trademark tug-of-war over the color pink. Last year, Beka Doolittle, owner of the Elkhorn-based e-commerce site The Pink Store, received an 18-page petition from Victoria’s Secret to cancel the trademark for her start-up.

Own your story like a boss

Sheryl Sandberg, whose 2013 book Lean In became an instant cultural touchstone, is in the news for another side project. This time she’s declaring war on bossy.

A blowout — on the field and on-screen

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard in the week leading up to the Super Bowl: “I only watch for the commercials.” Game aside, judging by the tone of my newsfeed, no one was terribly enthusiastic about last night’s showing — on the field, or off of it.

Chamber scores a touchdown

It’s not often Omaha finds itself in middle of the NFL conversation — especially during the playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs is the closest team (in proximity) we’ve got and, for many fans, that’s a sensitive subject after their loss against Indy two weeks ago.

Viral card is the cat’s pajamas

This week, as I struggled to get my Christmas cards printed, addressed and on their way, I ran across a viral video from a North Carolina family that puts my one-hour photo cards to shame.

Movie promotional strategy is “kind of a big deal”

Whether you love him or he grates on your nerves, Ron Burgundy has been unavoidable lately. In preparation for the Dec. 18 release of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” Ron, in his full pant suit, has been everywhere from TV commercials to ice cream and even appeared on a real newscast in North Dakota.