I'm still in catch-up mode on my backlog of articles. I've also been on vacation this past week, and I've been reading up a storm. It feels good to be back into a bit of a reading and writing rhythm.
Here are 5 things that made me think:
- The Soothing Promise of our own Artisinal Internet, by Nitasha Niku, Wired. I'm loving the movement back toward owning our content and personal blogging. This was funny: “I don’t know what the Michael Pollan version would be: Eat independent sites, mostly not Facebook?”
- Reaction Commerce: Do we Need a New E-Commerce Platform?, by Pulkit Rastogi, Today's Ecommerce. This was a pleasant surprise to read last week!
- In the NBA, fake-meat diets are changing the game, by LA Granderson, LA Times. It's great to see more attention toward more sustainably-produced consumption and, thus, some hope for our planet. The plant-based meats on the market today are worth a try!
- Tech’s Long Hours Are Discriminatory and Counterproductive, by Rachel Thomas, Medium. Amen!
- The 3 most effective ways to build trust as a leader, by Claire Lew, Know Your Team Blog. Show vulnerability. Communicate intent. Follow through.