Issue#20: The Friday Roundup
List of articles, discussions, tweets, and other things to add to your weekend reading!
Hola friends! 👋
Happy Friday! Can you believe we just closed another week? 😱
Now that the weather is becoming more pleasant, do you have cool plans this weekend? How about I share with you some readings that you can go through in between your long walks, bbqs and wine, and sofa naps.
Companies are paying for fake reviews! And people are getting paid good money for it! Aah the business of Trust.
Being able to tell good stories is such a hot topic these days. Different people have different takes - my favorite one is Petra Wille’s take: Don’t Convince, Inspire.
Work is not often very exciting, but it can absolutely be fulfilling. And you can be excited about that. But if you're expecting breakthroughs all the time, riff sessions that constantly lead somewhere new, or brainstorms that shoot lightning, you're going to be disappointed. - Jason Fried’s talking about how Innovation at work is overrated
BROETRY. Have you heard of it? It’s all over Linkedin and Twitter these days. Writers are calling it bad writing but acknowledging that it’s effective.on the importance of being scrappy and what can kill it.
Legacy Blue Checks are gone! What do you think?
Buzzfeed News is shutting down. Damn. It was inevitable. But still…
Have you read anything cool lately? Can you share in the comments? 👇
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