In this tough job market, we put those questions to experts today on @katiecouric.
Looking for some job-seeking tips? Don't write your resume based on the jobs you've had. Instead, "write the resume for the job you want," suggests Ellen Gordon Reeves.
Ellen Gordon Reeves also suggests, "Stop looking for a job, and start looking for a person."
It's better to meet people and make real connections in what she calls "the hidden job market."
Why shouldn't you be worried about the gap in your resume? Don't mind the gap, mine the gap.
Did you see the Steve Hartman story from last night? So how exactly did Steve shoot the clever stand-up? (Scroll ahead to approx 1:15 in the video)
Hartman's response, is below.
So how did I travel back in time? It was simple - by looking ahead.
Last winter I started thinking about how people always complain about the weather.
I decided then to do a story about it and shot some interviews and a portion of my on-cameras.
Then, when summer rolled around, I went back to the exact same locations and shot the other half of the on camera interludes.
The only other trick was bringing two sets of clothes and wearing those same clothes in both the winter and summer versions.
So no Houdini magic. Just a little advance planning.
A new documentary called "Tapped" is making waves and raising questions about the safety of the water so many of us drink and the impact that plastic has on the environment and on our health.
But there are two sides to the story, so @katiecouric invited Joe Doss, CEO of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) and Stephanie Soechtig, Director and Producer of "Tapped" to discuss the controversial issue.
Thanks to everyone who contributed comments and questions!
Tonight, Tropical Storm Bonnie looms off the Gulf Coast, threatening the relief well effort and cleanup in the BP oil spill. What are your questions about the spill 95 days into this story?
Also, the Treasury Department's pay czar Kenneth Feinberg blasted banks today that received bailout money for paying out $1.6 billion in compensation to top executives. Send your questions on that story, as well.
by Clifden Kennedy and Erica Anderson
Today was quite a day on the set of @katiecouric.
"To unplug or not to unplug," was the question put forth to "Hamlet's BlackBerry," author William Powers.
Have you ever felt tempted to answer your BlackBerry at church? What about during sex? If so, then you'll want to check out this clip.
Ever thought about an "Internet Sabbath?" The Powers family does it.
We asked friends of @katiecouric, "what's your digital philosophy?"
And what about that book title? Did you know that Shakespeare's "Hamlet" carried around a portable device? No? Powers will explain that to you.
If you want to know what exactly Arizona Law SB-1070 is, check out the definition by NYU Law Professor Cristina Rodriguez.
Updated with video 7:26pm, 5/26/10
Meet Addison, just two-years-old, she's already a survivor of a pediatric brain tumor.
She's undergoing a promising, yet unproven radiation therapy called Proton Beam Therapy to give her hope at a normal life at the country's first center dedicated to children.
Tonight, on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, CBS contributor and Neurosurgeon, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta introduces you to this special little girl on an amazing journey.
"But in the tradition of Hollywood, I thought, 'I'm a movie maker. I can make a big, extravagant, Hollywood getaway movie and take people on this big vacation.'"
Click here for his thoughts on the "Sex and the City" characters aging gracefully.
Will there be a "Sex and the City 3?"
And to find out if the character Samantha Jones will ever get married, click here.
For years, the final scene of the final episode of the classic TV hit, "Newhart," starring comedy legend Bob Newhart, has been rated as one of TV's most memorable finales.
TV Guide even voted it "the" most memorable final scene of a series on television.
It was Newhart's wife, Ginnie, who gave birth to the idea of bringing back Bob's former TV series wife, Suzanne Pleshette, for the series finale. The idea was that Bob would wake up from his "dream" of being a Vermont innkeeper and, of course, his "reel" wife, Suzanne, aka "Emily Hartley," would be next to him in the bed. Alas, eight seasons of "Newhart" was only a dream.
On May 21, 1990, the final episode of "Newhart," one that would make history and stick in people's minds for decades, aired on CBS TV.
Twenty years later, Bob Newhart returns to the network Friday, to celebrate this landmark television event - only on the "CBS Evening News with Katie Couric."