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How 'House of Cards' Changed the Content Marketing Game

The Hustle

Netflix paid $100m for the first two seasons and since then the company’s value has quadrupled.

Taylor Culliver added to I'm a Business, Man - almost 3 years ago

Confessions of a Failed Self-Help Guru

Narratively

I traveled around the country telling strangers how to balance their workloads and better their lives—until I learned the hard way that the people ...

Taylor Culliver added to A World of Randomness - almost 3 years ago

How Do We Close the Wage Gap in the U.S.?

The Atlantic

The gender pay gap is now the narrowest it’s ever been, and yet it’s still 2.5 times the size of those of other industrialized countries. So what’s...

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

The Risk I Will Not Take

BloombergView.com

An independent candidacy would split the Electoral College and allow Congress to elect an extremist.

Pax Kaplan-Sherman added to Wonderful World of Politics - almost 3 years ago

Is Digital Privacy Becoming a Partisan Issue?

The Atlantic

It’s historically brought together Democrats and Republicans—but the Apple-FBI fight is starting to align along party lines.

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

Joe Cool

The New Inquiry

Trader Joe’s does not play this game. By not participating in social media at all, it seeks to generate brand loyalty through its silence.

Taylor Culliver added to I'm a Business, Man - almost 3 years ago

Is This the End of Big-Money Politics? - The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The age of plutocratic politics appears to be waning. But a new study suggests that big-money donors are playing a long game.

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

Life in the Only Industrialized Country Without Paid Maternity Leave

The Atlantic

A stressful, exhausting, and all-too-common tale

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

Mobile, smartphones and hindsight

Benedict Evans

What does the history of mobile tell us abut the future of cars and VR?

Dilip Rajan added to The Tech Industry - almost 3 years ago

Inside Medium: an attempt to bring civility to the internet - BBC News

BBC News

Long-form writing site Medium has become a megaphone for the powerful and powerless alike - the BBC meets its creator.

Rishi Simha added to Color + Noun - almost 3 years ago

There’s Still Time for a Primary Bombshell

POLITICO Magazine

Political gurus predict how the campaign could surprise us before the conventions.

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

The Magical Benefits of the 'Quitter's Mindset'

First Round Review

"This is how Chisa’s brain works — in systems and lists. She uses them to steer her life, personally and professionally, and it lets her spot patte...

Taylor Culliver added to Snap Worthy Musings - almost 3 years ago

Life after the Ashley Madison affair

the Guardian

It’s six months since hackers leaked the names of 30 million people who had used the infidelity website Ashley Madison. Resignations, divorces and ...

Taylor Culliver added to Love and Other Drugs - almost 3 years ago

The Voters Decide - Stratechery by Ben Thompson

Stratechery by Ben Thompson

An apolitical analysis of what is happening in U.S. politics through the lens of Aggregation Theory

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

Learning to Think Different

The New Yorker

AltSchool is an experiment in big data, responsive lesson plans, and student surveillance. Can Silicon Valley disrupt education?

Taylor Culliver added to Education - almost 3 years ago

When to stop dating and settle down, according to math

Washington Post

This number could be your best shot at finding love.

Taylor Culliver added to Love and Other Drugs - almost 3 years ago

Should you edit your children’s genes?

Nature News & Comment

In the fierce debate about CRISPR gene editing, it’s time to give patients a voice.

Dilip Rajan added to Questioning the System - almost 3 years ago

Is Donald Trump Too Old to Be President?

POLITICO Magazine

Science says brain function often declines noticeably at that age, but the oldsters in the presidential race might be exceptions to the rule.

Taylor Culliver added to Fueling the Political Fire - almost 3 years ago

You can learn to be creative, if you’re willing to embarrass yourself

Quartz

Creativity is 22% genetic. The rest is up to you.

Dilip Rajan added to Self-Improvement - almost 3 years ago

I’m in ‘Spotlight’, but it’s not really about me. It’s about the po...

Washington Post

Post Editor Martin Baron reflects on the real investigation portrayed in the film — and Liev Schreiber’s portrayal of him.

Taylor Culliver added to Media and Journalism - almost 3 years ago

Does Leonardo DiCaprio Deserve An Oscar? An Interrogation.

FiveThirtyEight

Leonardo DiCaprio is probably going to win an Academy Award, his first, for his role as Hugh Glass in “The Revenant.” Our model tracking the race h...

Dilip Rajan added to Questioning the System - almost 3 years ago

Trump Derailed by Obama’s Endorsement - The New Yorker

The New Yorker

Concluding his endorsement with an emphatic closing argument, Obama said, “If you love me, vote for Trump.”

Gabriela Goitía added to Musings - almost 3 years ago

Should Computer Coding Count as a Foreign Language?

The Atlantic

A Florida bill proposes to let credits from computer-coding classes count like those for Spanish or French courses—but many are skeptical.

Karishma Shah added to People & The World - almost 3 years ago

The ‘Adaptable Leader’ is the New Holy Grail

First Round Review

There are three distinct mindsets that allow new employees and leaders to become constant learners: the Gamer Mindset, the Beginner Mindset, and th...

Dilip Rajan added to Self-Improvement - almost 3 years ago