Not surprisingly I agree with these reasons to do give management a try. It can be a very rewarding thing for the right person at the right place/time.
I will never do this but I very much love this phenomenon of writing on vintage computers.
I too love taking notes just like Tanya Reilly here and I wish more people would take better notes.
A bunch of very relevant guidelines of how to setup a product team at various stages of a company from the CPO of Credit Karma.
A nice holistic mapping way to look at alliances.
This summary of Robert Kegan is more than a bit illuminating. And maybe I’m only aspiring when I say this, but come join me at Stage 5. It’s nice here.
“In the new city of the supertalls, man is born free but everywhere is in salad chains. The people are being made skinny to fit the skinniness of the buildings to come.”
“Whether the art that comes out of The Shed will be any good, or just social media-ready kitsch delivered in unnourishing experiential baggies for the ’gram, we don’t yet know.”
Every city worth a damn will be colonized and sterilized.
Read this post by Dan Hill if only to see the highway cutting through Enskede (I had to gasp) which if you consider it is a criminal act in the form of urban planning.
German publications fail cyclists in all of the ways described here.
An investigative journalism report of Amazon’s injury rates that is incredibly grim.
Maybe we should cancel that Prime membership if ever we manage to break through those dark patterns.