Podcast Of The Week: John Green Reviews Adam Grant’s WorkLife

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First - thank you to everyone who responded with podcast app suggestions. I’m going to start my experiment with Spotify since they’ve got some of my people exclusively and I’ve been reluctantly missing out for long enough (Brene, Esther - I’m back). I’ve already raved about John Green’s book, The Anthropocene Reviewed, but if you … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: John Green Reviews Adam Grant’s WorkLife

Podcast Of The Week: Matthew Ball On The Future Of Media

Patrick O’Shaughnessy has done it again. His Invest Like The Best interview with Matthew Ball covers all things media, content, and distribution. The range of questions he’s asked in this interview and the sheer depth and clarity of his responses show his craft. Ball’s ideas have widened the way I understand how companies like Disney … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Matthew Ball On The Future Of Media

Video Games (Probably) Won’t Rot Your Brain After All

Since at least the mid-1980s, parents have worried that their kids are playing too many video games. Tobi Lutke was one of those kids.  Born in 1980, he spent his formative years staring into a faintly glowing screen while anxiously mashing buttons. What does he have to show for it today? Well, for starters - … Continue reading Video Games (Probably) Won’t Rot Your Brain After All