Len Kendall, New York Observer

Len Kendall

New York Observer

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Len:

Get Ready to Retire at 50, Not Because You Want to—You’ll Have to

The market no longer allows for employing older workers who deserve higher salaries. → Read More

Get ready to retire at 50, not because you want to but because you'll have to

Current trends predict that, if you are a 20- or 30-something today, you will be forced to retire before 65. → Read More

The Next Big Mobile Ad Platform

Here are some of the channels that will be impacted by self-driving cars and how marketers can respond, writes Len Kendall. → Read More

How I Built a Physical Product and Mobile Game Without Code

I wanted to design a smartphone game and sell something tangible but I don't know how to code and I've never built a physical product. Here's what happened. → Read More

Why Crowdfunding Doesn't Work For Content

Crowdfunding has worked well to raise funds in general, but what works for gadgets, games, and reptilian phalluses does not work for as well for content. → Read More

Working remotely doesn’t mean you should work from home

You're a permanent freelancer or an early stage entrepreneur and you don't have an office to go to. Is working from home really the dream situation? → Read More

Tesla vs. Target: Which CEO wrote the better transparency letter?

Both Target and Tesla CEOs wrote open letters to reassure that a crisis situation was being handled. But who did a better job addressing the customers? → Read More

CentUp Asks: Who Should We Partner With Next to Create Lasting Impact?

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/72999880[/vimeo] This summer, we introduced CentUp, a one-click "tip jar" that rewards writers, podcasters, and musicians who share their creative work online and want to make social impact through plugging into the everyday web activities of their fans. Yo... → Read More

Watch Where You Write

If you house your creative work on a platform you don't own, you could be in for disappointment. → Read More