- Invasive apps — The most invasive apps: which apps are sharing your personal data?
- It’s not just a social media problem – how search engines spread misinformation
I took a little pause in publishing my bookmarks to the public. I want to try to explore the “success” of sharing links outside the week-end, leaving sunday as an offline day for everybody.
“When hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes sweep away illusions of self-sufficiency, we are reminded how much we need one another, how much we depend not only on people but also on the larger web of life. We treat people with a different kind of respect when we consider that they might someday be pulling us out of the rubble. We treat the rest of life with a different kind of respect when we consider that without it, we wouldn’t be here at all.”Active Hope
- Scaling down: on seeking fewer goals, relationships, and experiences
- The pandemic forced a massive remote-work experiment. Now comes the hard part
- Improvisation Takes Practice — by Pier Vittorio Mannucci, Davide C. Orazi, and Kristine de Valck on the Harvard Business Review;
- Guide for designing better mobile apps with typography
- 20 Best Noise Canceling Apps for Mobile and Desktop (March 2021)
What it meant was that BuzzFeed built a culture of learning. You were expected to learn new things, to push yourself, and to take advantage of these opportunities — that was part of your job. It was OK to not have all the answers, because there were always new opportunities to keep learning.
By investing in these Learning & Development opportunities, BuzzFeed sent a pretty clear signal to its employees: We care about you and your growth, and as long as you’re here, we’re going to give you opportunities to grow into new roles.Dan Oshinsky
Find the things you love, and the people you love, and make time for both.Dan Oshinsky
Sometimes, life doesn’t have to be much more complicated than that.