Melanie ZoltanDateline: Melanie Zoltan
First Published: Aug 22, 2011 / Last Published: Sep 10, 2011
Melanie Zoltan writes on tech, business and history topics, with articles published in PC World, The Washington Post, and Capable Networks. Her work on economic history and policy appears in books and databases published by Thomson Gale, W.W. Norton, Gale Group, Cengage and EBSCO. She is a Contributing Writer with About.com, owned by The New York Times Company. She holds a master's degree in policy history from Carnegie Mellon University.
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September 10, 2011
Telecommuting and Electricity — When Your Job Relies on Power
No commute, no business clothes, and your Swingline stapler always stays put. But what happens when telecommuters lose power at home?in Technology
August 27, 2011
Reverse Lookup Isn't Just for Phone Numbers
Reverse phone lookups aren't just for stalkers anymore. If you know a phone number, address, area code or zip code, online reverse directories can help find useful information.in Technology
August 23, 2011
Authors and Publishers Ignore Online Reputation Management at Their Own Peril
One bad review, one Tweet to thousands of followers and eBooks sales plummet. Publishers need online reputation management more than ever.in Advertising
August 22, 2011
Does Romance Kill Science for Women?
Do women "dumb down" when pursuing romance? University of Buffalo researchers have some answers.