Pamela Kleibrink Thompson's Recent Posts
With GDC coming up, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson discusses business card etiquette in her latest column.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson begins 2010 by providing four invaluable steps in recalling names during networking.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson wraps up the year with some helpful hints about turning a chance meeting into a strategic networking opportunity.
This month the Career Coach, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, talks about how to test-drive a job or get your foot in the door via an internship.
This month the Career Coach Pamela Kleibrink Thompson suggests what you need to get the most out of SIGGRAPH 2003, what to take and what attitudes to leave home.
What's in a name? Everything according to the Career Coach, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson. From making sure yours is known to learning others, the name game is an important one to play.
Oliver Wade reviews the book Animating Real-Time Game Characters by Paul Steed and gives the potential buyer some good advice on whether or not to make the purchase.
Do your new year's resolutions fall flat year after year? This year, why not try a life revolution, instead of just a tiny, little, puny resolution The Career Coach explains how.
Since January is such a great time to set your goals for the year, the Career Coach, Pamela Thompson, lets us know how to create a visual representation of them.
Jean Ann Wright finishes her series on writing for television animation with some tips on how to add comedy and gags to your script.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson encourages us to think back and thank those who have helped us throughout the year.
While the phone is a necessary way to connect, make sure it doesnt drain away your precious time and leave you with little results. Pamela Kleibrink Thompson outlines some etiquette.
What do you want to do with your life? Are you doing it? This month, the Career Coach, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, links our life goals with the bigger picture.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson sits down with co-visual effects supervisor Dan DeLeeuw to talk about one of The Secret Lab's last effects projects, Reign of Fire, and creating the film's horrible winged creatures.