Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers the collision of culture, technology and business. Her work appears in the Los Angeles Times, Documentary magazine, Los Angeles magazine, HR Magazine and other venues.
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Do You Already Want to Quit a New Job?

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

If you recently started a job and you’re already thinking about leaving, you’re not alone. According to a survey by

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Edward Tufte on Data Visualizations and Art

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

Statistician and data-visualization pioneer Edward Tufte is a legend for his ability to take the most complicated datasets and transform

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How Brexit May Affect U.S. Developers

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

The international community—not to mention many a U.K. native—reacted with shock when a majority of British voters opted for the

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Becoming a Legacy Software Expert

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

Legacy software technologists may not be in demand in quite the same way as other developers, but there’s still a

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Why Startups Need Older Technologists

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

Numerous studies and surveys have shown that Baby Boomers need (or want) to continue working throughout their “traditional” retirement years.

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Things a Sysadmin Should Never Do

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson,

Managing, maintaining and protecting the network is a difficult job on the best of days—and despite a sysadmin’s Herculean efforts