What’s interesting this week? #9

Neuroscience Is Going to Change How Businesses Understand Their Customers

Why data, not privacy, is the real danger

AR Will Spark the Next Big Tech Platform—Call It Mirrorworld

How can you prepare for the future of work? The answer is not “learn to code.”

New Study Suggests You Can Learn While You Sleep

70% of Time Could Be Used Better – How the Best CEOs Get the Most Out of Every Day

California dealers try to stop Volvo’s car subscription service

What’s interesting this week? #8

Bottom-Up: The Next Wave in B2B Software

Ex-Cons Create ‘Instagram for Prisons,’ and Wardens Are Fine With That

How DTC brands see the purpose of stores

The Weird Strategy Dr. Seuss Used to Create His Greatest Work

Compounding Knowledge

Brick by Lego brick, teen builds his own prosthetic arm

The Rise of the Robot Reporter

Four Key Product Principles from WeChat’s Creator

Now Your Groceries See You, Too

What’s interesting this week? #7

Netflix flexes

An egg has overtaken Kylie Jenner as most-likes Instagram post ever

Getting ahead by being inefficient

The art of decision-making

How a Vermont social network became a model for online communities

Why’s Facebook’s banned “research” app was so invasive

Amazon forced to pull products in India as new rules bite

Jennifer Buscemi is the deepfake that should seriously frighten you

Cal Newport on why we’ll look back at our smartphones like cigarettes

Marshmello just played a live set to 10 million people in video game Fortnite

What is the future of ecommerce?

What’s interesting this week? #6

We Now Have A Video Of Xiaomi’s Foldable Phone

Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It’s Building a Big Ad Business From It.

After 25 years studying innovation, here is what I have learned

Why are glasses so expensive? The eyewear industry prefers to keep that blurry

Edited Film Footage from 1890’s Paris Explores Some of the Everyday Thrills of Late 19th-Century Life

Surgeons Should Not Look Like Surgeons

What’s interesting this week? #4

How to Do Great Things

Gradually, Then Suddenly

I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone

How an emerging African megacity cut commutes by two hours a day

The Norwegian art of the packed lunch

The Painful Price of Becoming Jackie Chan

Coolest things I learned in 2018

Pain Plus Reflection Equals Progress

The Art of the Podcast Interview: What I’ve Learned from 700 Episodes

What’s interesting this week? #3

30 Principles from “Pre-Suasion”

Behind the Market Swoon: The Herdlike Behavior of Computerized Trading

Firm Led by Google Veterans Uses A.I. to ‘Nudge’ Workers Toward Happiness

Finland’s grand AI experiment

The death of consensus, not the death of truth

Why We Sleep, and Why We Often Can’t

Warby Parker built a 1,400-employee company by focusing on team culture

Cafe opens in Tokyo staffed by robots controlled by paralyzed people

The Ultimate Learning Guide via Shane Parrish

The Profit Motive

What’s interesting this week? #2

How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually.

Some of the biggest users of live streaming in China are not teenagers, they’re farmers

Podcast Advertising: $51,975 Spent. Here’s What We Learned

Oslo Puts Up a Stop Sign

The competitive business of recruiting pro Santas

Instagram is helping save the indie bookstore

How China’s Bytedance became the world’s most valuable startup

The Future of Automation

Silicon Valley’s Tax-Avoiding, Job-Killing, Soul-Sucking MachineB

When Solving Problems, Think About What You Could Do, Not What You Should Do

Dirty Dealing In The $175 Billion Amazon Marketplace

What’s interesting this week? #1

Checking In? No Thanks. I’m Just Here to Use the Wi-Fi.

Six Years With a Distraction-Free iPhone

52 things I learned in 2018

Fjord Trends 2019

Inside the Pricey War to Influence Your Instagram Feed

How to grow your network by hosting kick-ass dinners

Trader Joe’s Growth Study — Building a Grocery Store with Cult-Like Fans

Writing copy for landing pages

My Dad’s Friendship With Charles Barkley