"When I feel overloaded, I take a step back and ask if it is something that supports the definition that I have for myself on who I am."

— Ruder Finn’s Rachel Spielman shares her advice for finding your purpose in and outside work.

huffingtonpost:

Apple quietly discontinued the iPod Classic this week
The iPod Classic quietly passed away this week. It was 12 years old.

huffingtonpost:

Apple quietly discontinued the iPod Classic this week

The iPod Classic quietly passed away this week. It was 12 years old.


NFL grapples with fallout from Ray Rice video, Alibaba hits the road before its IPO, Home Depot faces data breach, and more in this week’s podcast.
huffpostpolitics:


Women senators urge NFL to adopt ‘zero-tolerance policy’ for domestic violence

Jaclyn Johnson, founder of digital marketing agency No Subject and author of the blog Some Notes on Napkins, shares tips on getting the most out of events and blog partnerships.

newsweek:

New Yorkers marked the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with moments of reflection and honor for those lost. At the North Pool, a memorial observance at the site of the World Trade Center saw politicians, dignitaries and victims’ relatives gathering. Washington and Pennsylvania also remembered the nearly 3,000 people killed in al Qaeda’s attacks with services of their own.

Photos from Ogilvy PR’s latest MediaXChange event in New York City

Top: Citizens Financial Group mingles with some of New York’s top media. Pictured from left to right: Lauren Digeronimo, CFG; Lauren O’Leary Ogilvy PR; Tara Mullins, Ogilvy PR; Jen Risi, Ogilvy PR; Jim Hughes, CFG

Bottom: Jennifer Scott, head of Ogilvy PR New York and Jennifer Risi, MD, Ogilvy Media Influence

pbstv:

If you missed Obama’s address to the nation on action against Islamic State, you can watch here via PBS NewsHour.

nbcnightlynews:

Moment of silence held to mark September 11 attacks, 13 years ago today

nbcnightlynews:

Moment of silence held to mark September 11 attacks, 13 years ago today

"You have already forfeited your privilege of resigning because to restore just the slightest credibility to the den of liars, CYA specialists and investigators whose job it is to bury whatever they actually find, the owners and the NFL need to publicly and loudly fire you."

— ESPN’s Keith Olbermann

The NFL’s crisis has worsened. What should the league’s next step be?