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
How to Stop Endless Discussionscandost.blog/how-to-stop-endless-discussions/
When we find ourselves in endless debates where everyone defends their idea, we don't know how to handle the situation.
How do you write simple explanations without sounding condescending?jvns.ca/blog/2020/11/15/simple-explanations-without-sounding-condescending/
How do you write simple explanations without sounding condescending?
How to answer questions in a helpful wayjvns.ca/blog/answer-questions-well/
How to answer questions in a helpful way
The Art of Debating: A Useful Skill for Software Developersthevaluable.dev/guide-debate-software-developer-skill/
The keys to debate effectively as a software developer and therefore bringing value to yourself and your company.