In honor of Bandcamp waiving their feeds for indie artists and motivated by my friend Tom Critchlow [https://tomcritchlow.com/2020/03/20/bandcamp-blogging-bandwagon/], I’d like to recommend two artists that stopped me in my tracks the moment I heard them: Sierra Ferrell [https://sierraferrell.bandcamp.com/] and Casper
As of this writing, there are more than 1,000 content marketing positions on AngelList. It’s not only startups. A recent Axios story [https://www.axios.com/job-of-the-future-editor-in-chief-1dde0e58-4dc3-4dfc-8a07-41494f5c635f.html] highlights how Netflix, Airbnb, Blackrock, Robinhood, Stripe and other large orgs are launching new content ventures. In 2019, it’s
On Sept. 23rd, the President of the United States tweeted the following: > Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 24, 2017 [https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/911789314169823232?
In January, Medium founder Ev Williams [https://medium.com/u/268314bb7e7e?source=post_page-----c98068fec3f8----------------------] announced [https://blog.medium.com/renewing-mediums-focus-98f374a960be#.jug64hi59] that despite his company’s efforts to better the news industry, it would refocus. The reason? > We believe there are millions of thinking people who want to deepen their
2016 marked the seventh anniversary of 99U: a website, magazine, conference and book series dedicated to helping people make their ideas happen—and the publication I’ve worked on in various roles since September 2012. In that time, the website has amounted an impressive resume: About 650k uniques a month,
[Note: this post was originally published on Medium [https://humanparts.medium.com/the-other-side-is-not-dumb-2670c1294063], where it received more than 3.5 million reads and selected as one of the best Medium posts of the decade [https://humanparts.medium.com/internet-time-machine/home].] There’s a fun game I like to play in
At 18, Tristan Walker had never even heard of Silicon Valley. By the time he turned 30, the New York City-native could boast of successful stints at cornerstones like Twitter, Foursquare, and as an entrepreneur in residence with the legendary venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. It was there, after working