The potential dangers of indiscriminate content consumption are not reliant simply on the volume or frequency of exposure. It is the nature of the materials themselves that matters most. When it comes to mental health, the contents of your content are key. What we choose to watch can chip away at our health, making us vulnerable to stress, anxiety, and depression. … [Read more...] about Is the content you are watching ‘digitally nutritious’ for your brain?
Despite all of these messaging failures that have kept people in a continual state of disappointment, and despite the U.S. leading the world in mortality, Kushner recently declared the coronavirus task force’s efforts “a great success story,” just as Trump announced it would be winding down soon, its mission apparently accomplished. … [Read more...] about Want to understand every 2020 fiasco? You need to revisit Fyre Fest
Create your schedule and check-ins The first step to embracing intuitive scheduling is to write down anything that brings you joy and peace of mind. Identify and name what makes you feel happy and peaceful. Use this list as a resource, without the pressure of a to-do list. But if you’re someone who operates better with a list, there’s still a way to check this box. Every day, write down three things that you want to get done and write down three things that bring you joy. … [Read more...] about This scheduling method will boost your productivity and peace of mind
That duality also exists behind the scenes, where Periscope is run by cofounder and CEO Kayvon Beykpour, who has a 54-person team and the freedom to shape the service’s destiny while piggybacking on Twitter resources such as the Cortex artificial-intelligence group. He’s also a member of Twitter’s executive team, giving him influence over the company’s overall direction. … [Read more...] about Why Twitter Still Hearts Periscope
“If Giphy would have been a success as an advertising business, there would have been another zero in the sale price,” Ostrovsky says. He believes it’s going to take some very smart people at Facebook and Instagram to turn GIFs into valuable ads. Facebook definitely has the reach needed to get them in front of literally billions of people—though how people respond to them is another question. … [Read more...] about The real reason Facebook bought Giphy for $400 million