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Incorrect Tech Predictions

An Autopsy of Incorrect Tech Predictions

But What if We’re Wrong?, a book by author and former New York Times Magazine essayist Chuck Klosterman, advocates for looking at the present as if it were the past. The impetus for such an exercise is that throughout history, humans have repeatedly had extreme confidence in beliefs, predictions, or “truisms” that time eventually proves […]

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The Caster Crew Reflects on 2021

I joined Caster during a period of seismic transformation- not just for us, but for the entire planet. During the fall of 2020, the Caster Crew was navigating the transition from a tightly knit Rhode Island-based firm to a hybrid team dispersed across the Eastern seaboard. Treasured colleagues left to pursue new opportunities, personal and […]

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Life After College, During the Midst of a Pandemic

I’m a planner. I love the anticipation before milestone events, enjoying them many times over in my mind as I prepare for the big day. I enjoy the satisfaction of designing my own path and following it to the end. But, as the old Yiddish proverb states, “Man plans and God laughs.” I had arrived […]

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There’s no place like home: From NYC back to Rhody

As 2021 is coming to an end, I am reflecting on the blur that was trying to find a job during a pandemic, graduating over zoom, and in the heat of it all, jumping into the unknown: TECH! When I was 17 years old, fresh out of high school, I moved to New York City. […]

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Guest Blog: PR Stops for No Quarantine

Introduce yourself! My name is Aria. I am eight years old, and my favorite color is purple. What brings you to the Caster Blog? Someone in my class got a positive COVID-19 test. Now, I have to stay home because I’m exposed to [REDACTED] a lot of the time. We think it’s [REDACTED]. They just […]

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