What I’m reading online

What I’m reading online2016-10-13T07:09:36+02:00

What I’m reading online

2205, 2017

50 Books Recommended by This Year’s TED Speakers

TED is one of the world’s premier cultural events, providing not just a chance for the thousand or so attendees to hear from some of the smartest people around, but also opening up this knowledge to millions of learners around the world through the event’s wildly popular online videos.

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2205, 2017

How ‘Twin Peaks’ Invented Modern Television

The sensational entrance into mass consciousness of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, 27 years ago, was an event that defies replication. To begin with, back then there actually was a mass consciousness—or, at least, there were a lot of people watching the same shows at the same time.

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2205, 2017

How Chatbots are Saving Time, Reducing Effort and Making Money for Influencers and Bloggers

Today, it’s no secret that individuals and thought leaders around the world are turning to blogging and influencing to make money online. Whether you’re a modest online store or an active evangelist, you want to take full advantage of available tools in order to save time and reduce effort.

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903, 2017

Culture and Revolution. A great presentation by Ben Horowitz on what culture is and how you can change it.

We know that culture is important. We even think we know what it is. But culture isn’t perks like dogs and snacks in the workplace — nor is it a defining personality, like, say, “googleyness”.

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2001, 2017

The largest internet company in 2030? This prediction will probably surprise you

Thirty years ago, it was a big deal when schools got their first computers. Today, it’s a big deal when students get their own laptops. According to futurist Thomas Frey, in 14 years it’ll be a big deal when students learn from robot teachers over the internet.

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1912, 2016

Millennials: You Can’t Afford a Startup. Time to Get a Job

Young Americans aged 18 to 34 (also known as millennials) apparently love the idea of being entrepreneurs. Since many are burdened with massive student debt, they can’t afford to launch startups. So a new survey shows they’ll grudgingly join America’s corporate workforce.

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311, 2016

Pocket’s Next Frontier: Solving The Internet’s Clickbait Problem

Gathering good reading material from around the internet is hard. You can’t trust your friends on Facebook. Twitter is too noisy. And even if you’re a master of RSS, you probably spend too much time sorting through filler. This is where Pocket hopes it can make a difference.

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