Read my latest stories for The Wall Street Journal, Passcode, The Harvard Business Review, JSTOR Daily and more.
Just because you live a high-tech life doesn’t mean you can’t go low-tech with great results. Alexandra Samuel shares a few places you can go online to get crafty.
In this post for The Atlantic, I argue that worrying about kids who choose to live online is as misplaced as worrying about seniors who choose to live offline.
The trick isn’t to unplug from our devices — it’s to unplug from the distractions, information overload, and trash that make us unhappy. This argument against unplugging was included in “The Atlantic’s Best Technology Writing”.
This feature for the Wall Street Journal’s Information Security report flagged a new kind of security threat: your kids. The story featured original data on the incidence and management of child security threats, based on a survey I developed, deployed and analyzed.
Technology expert Alexandra Samuel shares eight ways social media can help you connect and reconnect with your friends and family.
ALEXANDRA SAMUEL: Thanks to big data, companies are more data-driven than ever before. Now that we have access to huge volumes of transaction, behavioral and customer feedback data, business leaders place increasing emphasis on making data-driven decisions that rely...
Executives should look at specific social media as a personal toolbox for improving their practice of leadership. Alexandra Samuel shares strategies and tools like Pinterest, MindMeister, Basecamp and OneTask that will yield insights into work and leadership. Source:...
Tech expert Alexandra Samuel wants to help you get started with Twitter using four simple steps and a dictionary of terms.
Technology expert Alexandra Samuel says the couple that clicks together sticks together. Here are six ways the Web can help keep you and your love close.
Tech expert Alexandra Samuel shares her six strategies for maintain friendships, both online and off.