By Danny Rubin
Heartbleed. You’re the worst.
How many of you spent last week — and maybe this week too — changing a slew of passwords to outrun the supposedly devastating computer virus?
After all that mess, then comes another headache: keep track of all the NEW passwords.
I know. It’s a lot of info to store in our heads. I can barely remember what I did last week, let alone a random password I created nine months ago.
As we all try our best to remember the past, let’s hit “pause” on NTLB, reach into the archives and revive the most useful career posts to date.
Oh, but before we do…one more bit of “news to live by.” Today is Tax Day! Hope you’re all square with the government by now. If not, here’s everything you need to know.
The Most Helpful NTLB Content from the Past Several Months
How to look smart and insightful — and make an employer view you in a totally new light.
Among them: how to set up a networking meeting and how to follow up on a job application.
Talent will only take you but so far.
Thou must read before the summer internship season commences.
A unique list of action items you can accomplish at your desk.
Hint: they nearly all had the same answer.
Or: The surefire way to stand out from the competition again and again.
Just. Be. Yourself.
Even at our best, there’s still work to do.
Four words: tell me a story.
Any new insight on Heartbleed?
Share with the rest of us. We’re so confused!
Featured photo: VFS Digital Design (Flickr)
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