Great new job board: CrunchBoard from Arrington's Crunch group. This guy is the Cap'N.
Re: Mel Gibson and his "PR problem" -- first, there's solid commentary by David Parmet, and here's a link to an analysis by Laura Ries and some recommendations by Dave Weinberger. I agree with Ries' main point that Gibson has to go do the right things if he's going to recover, but I disagree with viewing this through the lens of "recovering his brand." But she's in that business, so that's her world view. My own view is he'll always have this issue hanging over him -- some people simply won't forgive it, no matter what he does -- and the best possible way to salve all this is to simply behave authentically well. That's it. And if he were asking me for advice, I'd tell him that a) you have to keep doing the right things, no matter what, and b) when you're attacked anyway, even after you've honestly changed your views, just express regret that your authentic actions can't be seen for what they truly are, and you're getting back to doing good things, thank you.
What the hell is the deal with the Cardinals? It's like they forgot how to win. Thank God Cincy has lost the last five.
Event this weekend. Must...keep...going.