I get so many of these types of emails… *sigh*
Get Better Soon
I loved this tweet: Bought a â€˜Get Better Soonâ€™ card for a colleague. Not sick, just think they can do better.— Emergency&BushfireKits (@EmergencyBK) December 26, 2021 In case the embed code ever stops working, here’s the text of the tweet: “Bought a ‘Get Better Soon’ card for a colleague. Not sick, just think they can do better.” Made me laugh. Made me...
Scientific American: Our willingness to share content without thinking is exploited to spread disinformation
Just sharing this post here, so that I remember to read it later.
(Yes, that was supposed to be ironic)
More WeWork lols
Further to my post a few days back, here’s Scott Galloway’s epic WeWork takedown. The last roundÂ $47 billionÂ “valuation” is an illusion. SoftBank invested at this valuation with a “pref,” meaning their money is the first money out, limiting the downside. The suckers, idiots, CNBC viewers, great Americans, and people trying to feel young again who buy on the...
Finding your brand voice
At GROW with HubSpot earlier this week, one of the sessions was by Erik Newcomb from Shopify, talking about strategies for future proofing your brand. Part of his session focussed on the benefit of having a distinct brand voice. An example he highlighted was Naadam – an online fashion brand. Here’s their True Story video: Quirky, funny, compelling. I find this kind of stuff...
Here’s an article about the best articles about learning SEO.
A link for you Kevin. You’re welcome.
What problem are you solving?
This cracked me up: on being presented with a ‘solution’:
it begs the question: What problem were you solving?
Tonight’s the night
This is sooooo Michele and me…
Below is the start of the comic, make sure you click through to see the full comic and final panel – it pretty much nails it.
Make sure you click through to see the final panel.
(btw Why did I not include the entire comic here? Because the artists asked nicely here – and I want to support them)
Need to stop saying Thinking Outside The Box
I’m guilty of too many of these. ‘No-brainer’ is a particular weakness. Thinking outside the box is a recent example. My apologies in advance.
Courtesy of: Citrix Interactions Blog
I’m thinking of starting a new tech blog called Startup Reviews*, where I review every single new startup that I hearÂ about. Without exception I’ll predict they will fail, and I’ll further predict they will fail within 2 years. Regardless of how good their product idea, what their business model is, or previous success. I’ll just blanket predict they will fail. After a...