An ideal work setup, several say, may be one in which everyone works from home or in the office the same few days each week, and everyone knows which days are for collaboration and which are for focused work. That may be hard to achieve while the coronavirus is still a severe risk because staggered schedules are recommended to achieve physical distancing in offices. … [Read more...] about Is the five-day office week over?
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Facebook and Twitter could guarantee a minimum level of distribution—regardless of engagement—for a certain number of organic posts and paid ads by political candidates for a length of time leading up to an election, thus removing the strongest incentives for emotionally charged rhetoric. The candidates would still be in control of their posts, but knowing that most of their constituents will see a post removes the need to rely on going viral to reach the broadest possible audience. … [Read more...] about There’s a simple way to reduce extreme political rhetoric on Facebook and Twitter
It was 1999 . . . Dot-com mania was sweeping the nation. Twenty-six-year-olds were becoming insta-millionaires. It was perhaps inevitable that DreamWorks would want in. Here was an industry where money could be made overnight in an initial public offering, give or take a solid business plan, and that spoke directly to Spielberg’s inner geek. This was the guy, after all, who had a T-1 line way back when. When Netscape initiated the internet boom back in 1995, raising $2.2 billion its first day as a public company, Spielberg had brought in the press release announcing the news to the guys at DreamWorks Interactive, remarking how “cool” it was. Four years later, with the bubble wildly expanded and tech IPOs in headlines daily, DreamWorks wanted to move, as did many others in Hollywood. … [Read more...] about Quibi before Quibi: The inside story of Jeffrey Katzenberg’s first dot-com failure
“For much of history, law enforcement meant enforcing laws that were specifically designed to subjugate black people,” Oliver says. He then details how some of America’s earliest law enforcement units were slave patrols, which simply evolved into a new form with similar designs after slavery ended. There’s a clear line that runs from the purpose of those first forms of police to racist policies like Stop and Frisk in New York City, which disproportionally affected BIPOC citizens at a rate of 90%. … [Read more...] about 5 takeaways from John Oliver’s outstanding ‘Last Week Tonight’ episode on defunding the police