Every month, I round up the apps, services, books, notable articles, and streaming media I've found particularly interesting. Here's my list for July. https://werd.io/2020/reading-watching-playing-using-july-2020
This is fantastic. Count me enthusiastically in. https://medium.com/zebras-unite/pivot-to-people-its-time-to-build-the-new-economy-75a624eaf38a
Here are all the blogs I subscribe to as of this month. Who else should I be subscribing to? Who else do you find useful? https://werd.io/2020/blog-sources-july-2020
@dajbelshaw I *really* like this piece. Nice work!
@npd I'm with you completely. I hate it. I do think culture can be saved, but it's got to be intentionally built. The best thing is to be in a company that was thoughtfully constructed from the beginning, but that isn't always possible.
I wrote up some thoughts on collaboration and aggression at work. https://werd.io/2020/masculinity-isnt-effectiveness
"The key to story is that it's all about people: how they change and grow. If your novel doesn't hinge on that, nobody's going to read to the end. If your business doesn't hinge on that, nobody's going to care what you do - not even your own team." Some thoughts on business and story: https://werd.io/2020/plot-and-startups
Every time I post about politics on the birdsite I lose followers, and I understand why - but I don't plan to stop.
Anyway, here's my latest blog post about why everything is terrible. Enjoy?
You probably didn’t hear about it, but yesterday an important EU-US data sharing agreement was knocked down in court because of America’s abusive mass surveillance programs. https://werd.io/2020/privacy-shield-and-why-it-matters
@mattl Yikes! :(
@yoz What I wouldn't give for some custard creams and a garibaldi or two
@yoz WAIT, YOU HAD CUSTARD CREAMS??!
@yoz I'm sorry to hear that
My friends, I fear we're going to be doing this for a while. https://werd.io/2020/in-it-for-the-long-haul
Here's how I try and operate as a manager. I'd love to hear any ideas or feedback you might have. https://werd.io/2020/supporting-professional-development-in-2020
Some personal thoughts on this year, constant stimuli, and anxiety: https://werd.io/2020/anxiety-in-2020