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    1. Why You’re Tweeting Jokes About Your Impending, Fiery, Radioactive Death

      Why You’re Tweeting Jokes About Your Impending, Fiery, Radioactive Death

      One of the major criticisms of The Blair Witch Project , a chief progenitor of the found footage craze, is that it was unrealistic to suggest that the lead character would in actuality keep filming the terrifying events of the movie. However, the reason Heather Donahue never puts the camera down is baked right into the mockumentary’s premise. The character clings to her role as documentarian while her woodland romp deteriorates into a certain deathmarch.

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    2. I’ve Interviewed Hundreds Of Job Candidates, And These Three Things Are Deal-Breakers

      I’ve Interviewed Hundreds Of Job Candidates, And These Three Things Are Deal-Breakers

      In other words, everyone I know–myself included–walks out of the conversation feeling a little iffy. Even if, on one level, you know you did a great job; there’s another part of you that’s questioning if you used that industry phrase correctly. But, as the saying goes, we’re our own toughest critics. And while reflecting and looking for areas for improvement can be worthwhile, beating yourself up over a comparatively small interview mistake is a waste of time.

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    3. How The Dumpling Democratized Emoji

      How The Dumpling Democratized Emoji

      Nothing remarkable about that. People have been discovering that emoji they want to use don’t exist ever since the first set of 180 such icons debuted in Japan nearly two decades ago. But Lu is a graphic artist whose primary passion is creating work that melds the worlds of art and tech, a goal that brought her from Shanghai to San Francisco by way of Sydney. She’s done work for clients such as Disney, Pepsi, and Expedia and is the creator of the drawing that became Twitter’s Failwhale.

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    4. These Personality Tests Might Know Your Dream Job Better Than You Do

      These Personality Tests Might Know Your Dream Job Better Than You Do

      Until recently, recruiters and hiring managers have had to rely on gut instinct to determine whether or not a candidate will make a good fit on a prospective employer’s team. Now a company called SquarePeg is throwing them a lifeline. Launching out of beta this month, SquarePeg is putting some data behind the hard-to-articulate notion of “fit.” The company’s goal is to replace interviewers’ intuition with assessments that size up candidates’ personality attributes as well as their skill sets.

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