A while ago someone (unfortunately I forget who it was!) gave an example for how problems look different when you’re operating at different scales. It’s stuck with me, and I find myself using it over and over again: Imagine that you have an external hard drive with a failure rat…
This morning a friend shared an article about declining numbers for the hit-app Clubhouse. Everybody loves to hate a winner, so I think we’ll see plent…
Yesterday I read a thoughtful piece about the future of events, of which a main claim is that events are about to be un-bundled, just like digital vide…
People who would have been writing blogs a decade ago seem to be making YouTube channels these days. Justin Kan of Twitch is a relatively new example e…
Some people organize their work with to do lists, and some people use calendars. I know there are plenty other methods, but those are the two methods I…
It must have been a little more than a decade ago when I first read Tim Ferriss’ claim that you can become an expert, by internet standards, on just ab…
I think it’s interesting how much your frame of reference determines what you think about something. Right now, I’m thinking about the vision at a star…
Today I hosted a workshop on innovation in a distributed work environment. A little more than a year ago, it might have been “innovation in a remote wo…
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