Author: Tai Freligh

Tai Freligh is a long time author, contributing currently to Flickering Myth, Vocal and Medium. Previously seen on Batman News and We Got This Covered.
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LinkedIn Adds Laughing Emoji to Standard Reactions

Finally! After months and months of pestering the LinkedIn folks to add a laughing emoji to their standard set of post responses, they heard us and have launched a smiley face reaction. In announcing the new feature, LinkedIn had comedian, actress, and multi-talented producer Mindy Kaling talk about it. “It’s time to get down to […]

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Sarah Edwards, costume designer for Apple TV+’s Severance

Tai Freligh chats with Severance costume designer Sarah Edwards… Costume designer Sarah Edwards has collaborated with some of the most talented actors, directors and craftsmen in the industry. She’s worked on everything from small independent films to Oscar winners to big budget action flicks. Some of her most notable credits include Ocean’s 8, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The […]

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Answering the Salary Expectation Question

As a job seeker, I am constantly refining and updating my strategy, but when it comes to the salary expectations question, I have been fumbling lately to find the right answer when the company I am talking to has not provided a range ahead of time. My go to answer recently has been to mention […]

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Exclusive Interview – LEGO Masters Season 2 – Dave and Richard

Tai Freligh interviews this week’s eliminated LEGO Masters contestants… Hosted by actor and producer Will Arnett, season two of LEGO Masters airs every Tuesday (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX, bringing imagination, design and creativity to life when teams of LEGO enthusiasts go head-to-head, with infinite possibilities and an unlimited supply of LEGO bricks. Once again, teams […]

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LinkedIn Testing Conversational Features

In recent weeks and months, LinkedIn has been making changes and testing features that would encourage and amplify the discussion and community aspect of the social platform.  These new features look to amp up the amount of content in the feed by eliminating or reducing the friction between deciding whether or not to post something […]

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