How BlackBerry Soured: A Cautionary Tale

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Damn you, autocorrect!” It happened yet again. I had fallen victim to autocorrect fail, a phenomenon that has spawned several hilarious blogs and Twitter feeds. My iPhone decided that instead of typing, “I have to pick up Gooby” (the nickname my brother has been saddled with since he was a baby), it wrote: “I have […]

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No One Wants A Surprise Party

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“What happened?” my friend Emily asked as I emerged from my boss’ office, looking utterly defeated. I had just endured my annual review, and it hadn’t gone well. When I didn’t answer right away, Emily suggested we go for a walk and get some coffee (although wine would’ve been more appropriate). “You know that Revolutionary […]

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Owning Past Mistakes

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“I don’t know how you do it.” It’s a phrase every working mother has heard, and it’s one that can be quite deceiving. Because while there are times it’s meant as a compliment, it often takes on a doubting tone — “I don’t know how you can do both jobs effectively.” If you’ve never heard […]

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Flexing The Twitter Muscles

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Nothing good ever comes from Twitter.” I heard it a few months ago after yet another athlete became embroiled in a social media scandal, and I was starting to agree. This time it was a football player who hit ‘favorite’ on a Twitter post — during a game his team was playing. Granted he was […]

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The Enormous Power Of Two Little Words

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

My name is Kate, and I watch reality TV. If you’ve already started judging me, I don’t blame you. But first let me point out that when I say ‘reality shows,’ I’m not referring to brawling housewives or Kardashians. My weakness is Celebrity Apprentice, a show where big names including actors, athletes, and musicians take […]

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