Hope you're having a great week. Every now and then, I end up with a backlog of links I want to share. This is one of those newsletters.
- In 1989, the Wells Fargo CEO Dispensed Some Timeless Content Marketing Advice: “Tenacity, not brilliance”
- Marijana Kostelac had me on her podcast to chat content marketing.
- Dang, ProsperWorks:185 Business Applications for Your Relationship Stack
- I asked Twitter for book recommendations and Twitter delivered.
- The TripAdvisor for employment cashes in: Job hunting service Glassdoor sold to Japan’s Recruit for $1.2 billion
- Fascinating: The Weird Science Behind Chain Restaurant Menus
- Software + services is often a powerful combo: Introducing Sixteen by Foursquare
- Hmm, ok. ‘Does MapQuest still exist?’ Yes, it does, and it’s a profitable business.
- 🤢 Instagram Is Turning Into Facebook, and That’s Bad
- The Website Obesity Crisis
- Great career advice whether you aspire to VC or not: How do you get a job in VC?
- I recommend Alfred Lua’s newsletter.
- Via @smalter: Lebron James walks 78.7% of the time he’s on the floor.
- This tweet is so funny.
- Interesting: The Tyranny of Convenience
- Jevons Paradox: When supply increases demand, which increases supply, which increases demand, etc.
- Just being near a smartphone is bad for you.
- Reminder: We’re starting a scholarship.
Have a great weekend!
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