Google "We Have No Moat, And Neither Does OpenAI"semianalysis.com/p/google-we-have-no-moat-and-neither
Leaked Internal Google Document Claims Open Source AI Will Outcompete Google and OpenAI
There are three types of meetings.camdaigle.com/posts/three-types-of-meetings/
Not more, not less – just better.# I'll go ahead and tell you this up front: my system isn't necessarily a path to having fewer meetings. After all, everyone's threshold for 'too many meetings' is different based on what helps them feel effective at their role, and every company's need for meetings is dependent upon the work they're trying to accomplish. I'm hoping this system helps you have better meetings – that the people running the meeting feel like it's worth their time to run...
Build Your Career on Dirty Work | Stay SaaSystaysaasy.com/career/2022/09/11/Dirty-Work.html
The Dirty Work Theory: The lamentable work that many people avoid are great places to look for high impact, low hanging fruit.
The optimal amount of fraud is non-zerobam.kalzumeus.com/archive/optimal-amount-of-fraud/
Counterintuitively, businesses, customers, and society prefer having fraud to what they'd need to do to not have it.
⭐️ No more Insight Porn – Jakob Greenfeld – Experiments in Permissionless Entrepreneurshipjakobgreenfeld.com/insight-porn
If you’re not getting something actionable out of it, you’re probably wasting your time
In 1973, I invented a ‘girly drink’ called Baileysirishtimes.com/culture/books/in-1973-i-invented-a-girly-drink-called-baileys-1.3240945
Being Christmas, I am reminded that Bailey’s Irish Cream was cooked up in the ‘70s by two English guys to take advantage of government export subsidies
Benefits as a Reflection of Values / Oxideoxide.computer/blog/benefits-as-a-reflection-of-values
When I came out as trans and started seeking medical care, I worked at a large employer that directly paid for the medical costs of its employees and dictated how their insurance networks process claims. I had the benefits I needed because other trans people fought for them and the company could unilaterally choose to provide them. Startups don’t have this luxury and are at the whims of insurance companies to keep the cost of hiring and retaining employees manageable. Meanwhile, insu...
Squeaky | The privacy-first customer experience platformsqueaky.ai/
Squeaky's customer insights platform helps you understand exactly how customers are using your website or web app, without invading their privacy.
How to explain an idea: a mega postmarkpollard.net/how-to-explain-an-idea/
What's an idea? What sorts of ideas are there? And how to explain them once you have them?
dscout + HmntyCntrd: Challenging Company Playbooks to Workplace Traumadscout.com/people-nerds/organizational-trauma
Design professionals report on organizational trauma—and the inadequate ways their orgs address It.
The rise of never-ending job interviews - BBC Worklifebbc.com/worklife/article/20210727-the-rise-of-never-ending-job-interviews
Some companies are asking candidates to attend multiple interviews. But too many rounds could be a red flag – and even drive candidates away.
Technical Debt Is Not Debt; It’s Not Even Technical | Mark Grevillemarkgreville.ie/2021/07/23/technical-debt-is-not-debt-its-not-even-technical/
Co-authored with Dr Paidi O'Raghallaigh and Dr Stephen McCarthy at Cork University Business School as part of my PhD studies, and originally published by Cutter Consortium’s Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practice on 22nd of July 2021 Take a minute and write an answer to the question, “What is technical debt?” Then read this…