We’ve been doing this using docs, Slack, and elbow grease, but are evaluating tools to help make it more automatic.
Has anybody had good experiences with any of the many “meeting glue” tools like Fellow, Hugo, and Soapbox? They seem interesting, but also kind of A Lot™
A month ago Spotify started rolling out new “For You” mixes by genre, decade, and artist. They’re pretty great, but for some reason not all users can navigate to them yet in the Spotify UI. (Geography? A/B tests?) Anyhow, you can jump right to them here: https://open.spotify.com/genre/made-for-x-hub
Books Are a Seed You Can Plant: Why books are slow, low density, and a part of any balanced diet.
Now let’s be clear: I really really want to be jabbed. But only to become immune! That’s why governments promote a “Federal Immunization Plan” and not a “National Program for Jabbing”
An Iterative Workflow for Attention: An approach for putting your time into what’s important, and how I’m using OmniFocus to do that these days.
Do Great Work, Then Tell People About It: What to do when you’re not marketing detergent.
A better headline would be “Canada vows to be *first* country to make Facebook pay for news” 🙄 https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-next-country-facebook-news-1.5919665 As @firstname.lastname@example.org has put well, taxing social media to subsidize news could work, but Australia’s scheme is ridiculous. Canada replicating it would be ridiculous.
This week’s productivity is brought to you by @LofiLiaMusic@twitter.com’s two-hour album “Season One”, featuring chill lofi covers of ALL the hits:
- K.K. Bossa
- Mario 64 File Select
- The song from Persona 5 when it’s raining at nighttime
- The Wii Shop Song
Streaming Stories and Troubling Tales: A search for streamable kids’ stories, from royalty to racism to royalties.
I run Steamclock, where we make apps in Vancouver. ❤️⭐️🇨🇦🏔🎸
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