The Real Name Fallacy - Coral by Vox Mediacoralproject.net/blog/the-real-name-fallacy/
The Coral Project is an open source project to help publishers of all sizes build better communities around their journalism. We’re creating tools that help everyone to feel safe, respected, and heard.
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...
Cut chat in half. Threads replaces Slack for teams looking to never drop the ball.
Why public chats are better than direct messages - Teamplify blogteamplify.com/blog/why-public-chats-are-better-than-direct-messages/
As a result, when you send a direct message, you distract your colleague, but when you post a message in a group chat, you don't distract them (unless you mention someone explicitly via @). From our experience, the vast majority of work questions are not so urgent that they require an immediate response. Most topics can be discussed asynchronously – you post a question when you have time, and your teammates will respond when they have time. It greatly helps to minimize distractions,...
How to Write Better with The Why, What, How Frameworkeugeneyan.com/writing/writing-docs-why-what-how/
A lightweight commenting system using GitHub issues.
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?
Manual of Me - discover and communicate how you work best with othersmy.manualof.me/
A powerful tool to help you discover and communicate your working preferences and needs. Create your own for free.
40 One-Sentence Email Tipsjoshspector.com/one-sentence-email-tips/
What I've learned about writing and managing email.
The Rotting Internet Is a Collective Hallucination - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/technology/archive/2021/06/the-internet-is-a-collective-hallucination/619320/
Too much has been lost already. The glue that holds humanity’s knowledge together is coming undone.
🚨 What really happened at Basecamp - Platformerplatformer.news/p/-what-really-happened-at-basecamp
How a list of "funny" customer names triggered an internal reckoning
Things your manager might not knowjvns.ca/blog/things-your-manager-might-not-know/
Things your manager might not know
How to Apologize to Remotelyclubhouse.io/blog/how-to-apologize-remotely
Christine Cha, a Senior Software Engineer here at Clubhouse, dives into what she's learned about making amends with colleagues and co-workers who you never see beyond a computer screen.
The Zoom Gaze — Real Lifereallifemag.com/the-zoom-gaze/
Video conferencing offers an illusory sense of unilateral control over conversations