From Benedict’s Newsletter


Ideas from around the web A16Z argues that SaaS companies should move back from the cloud to their own data centres once they scale. Link A review of a Philips Hue wall switch module unintentionally makes the case that smart lighting, and a lot of other smart home, is a waste of time only good for … Continue reading From Benedict’s Newsletter

Commencement is today – by Seth Godin


Commencement is today [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=178529359&f=1081591&c=7707347&u=5102652 %5D Actually, it's every day. We talk about graduation as if it's the end of some journey, but it's the beginning of one. The chance to see the world differently, to contribute, to understand. I hope you'll get a chance to check out what my friends at Akimbo are doing. They're persistently, … Continue reading Commencement is today – by Seth Godin

The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter


My mission is simple. I want to help successful people achieve positive, lasting change in behavior; for themselves, their people, and their teams. I want to help you make your life a little better. Thank you for subscribing! Life is good. How to Be Your Best and Achieve Your Goals Marshall Goldsmith Jun 1 It … Continue reading The Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter

Top 10 Images Of Invisible Things – Listverse


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Failories newsletter courtesy: nico


👋 Hey Failories! It's Nico over here.I have two content ideas. You have the power to decide if I work on them by clicking on the links on each one (you can click on both links):Our article on Y Combinator-backed failed startup has done it really well (+60k people have read it in the last two … Continue reading Failories newsletter courtesy: nico

“That’s not what I meant”. – by Seth Godin


Disagreements among people who mean well usually begin with that emotion. You meant to say something or agree to something, but the “other side” didn’t hear it that way. That’s enough for a customer to walk away forever. That’s enough for a lawsuit. Because denying the experience of the other person doesn’t open the door … Continue reading “That’s not what I meant”. – by Seth Godin

The Beacon Newsletter I subscribe to


It’s Tuesday, September 15, and a new bill is paving a path to employment for California’s incarcerated firefighters.Inmate firefighters have battled some of California’s most destructive wildfires, including the Thomas Fire, the Mendocino Complex Fire, the Ferguson Fire, and the Camp Fire. But for years, most former inmates who had received firefighting training were ineligible to … Continue reading The Beacon Newsletter I subscribe to

EU STARTups NEWSLETTER


It’s Charlotte here again, with an update from EU-Startups. Despite Thomas officially being still on paternity leave, last month we’ve been working on some very exciting new projects for you at EU-Startups. Can’t wait to find out? Read on! Startup PR: In the next addition of the EU-Startups podcast we’ll be interviewing ourselves (!) and bringing … Continue reading EU STARTups NEWSLETTER

Institute for the future Newsletter I like


News from the Future curated by Institute for the FutureSept 3, 2020 – Issue #46View online or Tweet from this issueLike News from the Future? Share this link to our subscription page.Signals from the Future  Can IoT counteract racist medical textbooks?Surprising no one, it turns out medical textbooks are skewed to diagnose White people. But what if the IoT could diagnose patients and track their … Continue reading Institute for the future Newsletter I like

Intellectual dark web


Mathews and old-ish wound. LISTEN: BIG-WAVE STORYTELLER MARK MATHEWS ON THE INTELLECTUAL DARK WEB, KICKING OPIATES AND THE EXTRAVAGANCE OF EVIL, “THERE’S DARKNESS IN YOU AND IF YOU DON’T MANAGE YOUR LIFE AND FRAME IT WITH MEANING, YOU CAN BECOME BITTER… VERY FAST.” By Derek Rielly 21 hours ago Crippled innumerable times, told he'd never walk … Continue reading Intellectual dark web

Atlas obscura newsletter


September 02, 2020FROM THE ARCHIVESThe Box That Fell From the SkyIn 1962, in the woods outside Moncton, New Brunswick, David McPherson Sr. found a very large white box adorned with some very large lenses. McPherson had theories on what the box might be, but passed away without getting clear answers. It remained a mystery until … Continue reading Atlas obscura newsletter

Sunday Best Fruit Salad Recipe | Allrecipes


Sunday Best Fruit Salad Rating: 4.52 stars 406 Ratings299 Reviews34 Photos This is a wonderful and easy fruit salad that is also pretty for special occasions or holidays.By Pattie PriceSavePinPrintShare Gallery Watch Recipe Summary Prep:20 minsAdditional:25 minsTotal:45 minsServings:8Yield:6 to 8 servingsNutrition Info Ingredients Decrease Serving8Increase ServingAdjustOriginal recipe yields 8 servingsIngredient Checklist 1 (20 ounce) can pineapple … Continue reading Sunday Best Fruit Salad Recipe | Allrecipes

Quick and Easy Vegetable Soup Recipe | Allrecipes


Quick and Easy Vegetable Soup Rating: 4.65 stars 520 Ratings398 Reviews63 Photos A low calorie, but filling, tomato-based vegetable soup. I use fresh vegetables when in season, frozen or canned in winter.By Anne VackrinosSavePinPrintShare Gallery Watch Recipe Summary Servings:6Yield:6 servingsNutrition Info Ingredients Decrease Serving6Increase ServingAdjustOriginal recipe yields 6 servingsIngredient Checklist 1 (14 ounce) can chicken broth1 … Continue reading Quick and Easy Vegetable Soup Recipe | Allrecipes

Seth Godin Newsletter


Date certain One of the most expensive things a service business or freelancer can do is promise that work will be done by a certain day. Which is something we need to do, of course, but we should charge appropriately. “It’ll be done soon,” should be way cheaper than, “It’ll be done at exactly 11 … Continue reading Seth Godin Newsletter

The BEACON Newsletter


It’s Friday, August 28, and New Jersey has made it harder to pollute in communities of color. Low-income communities of color are at the forefront of an environmental justice law the New Jersey state legislature passed on Thursday. The law will make it harder to create or expand facilities that produce large amounts of pollution near low-income, … Continue reading The BEACON Newsletter

Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like


Hi, it's Nik again with 3 more free and life-changing book summaries just for you! Do you like audiobooks? We do! It's an extra way of learning from great books anytime, anywhere. But if you bought 300 full audiobooks, that'd take you 100 days of straight listening - and $6,000. To speed all that up … Continue reading Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like

James Clear Newsletter


3-2-1 Thursday Note: You are receiving this email because you subscribed to my weekly 3-2-1 newsletter. Every Thursday, I share 3 ideas from me, 2 quotes from others, and 1 question for you to ponder. Occasionally, I also send out long-form articles on habits and self-improvement. 3 ideas, 2 quotes, 1 question (August 27, 2020) "Working … Continue reading James Clear Newsletter

EU Startups newsletter


Advice for new entrepreneurs: There’s nothing better than advice from someone who has been there, done that, and got the t-shirt. In this cool article we pull together quotes and top tips for budding ‘wantrepreneurs’ from our previous interviews. Check out what these founders and VCs have to say. EU-Startups Job Board: There’s still a little bit of … Continue reading EU Startups newsletter

Nico’s Failories Newsletter


👋 Hey Failories! It's Nico over here. Last week, our article on the most common startup mistakes went viral on Hacker News, which brought lots of new email subscribers into the newsletter. Thanks much for joining HN people 😉 Next week, I'll be sharing a 2-minutes survey to get to know your opinion on a Failory-related project I'm working on. If … Continue reading Nico’s Failories Newsletter

Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter


Heyo, Nik here with your free summary of the day. If you enjoy these, check out our reading guide. It'll help you learn and remember more from everything you read. Happy reading! Want to get just one weekly summary roundup? Switch to weekly. 1-Sentence-Summary: Own Your Everyday shows you how to let go of comparison, stress, and distractions so you … Continue reading Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter

Gastro Obscura Newsletter I like


Oatmeal Full of Bowl During the 1920s and 1930s, ubiquitous household goods, such as bags of flour and canisters of tea, included unusual trinkets. “Depression glass” was so cheap to produce that heavy-hitting companies of the time gave them away in their products. The practice wasn’t relegated to home goods, either. READ MORE Wordless Recipes … Continue reading Gastro Obscura Newsletter I like

The Beacon Newsletter I like


It’s Wednesday, August 26, and Senate Democrats have a climate plan, too! Another day, another plan to address our overheating planet: On Tuesday, the Special Committee on the Climate Crisis — a group of 10 Democratic U.S. senators led by Hawaii’s Brian Schatz — released a 260-page report calling on the government to build “the clean energy future we … Continue reading The Beacon Newsletter I like

Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like


Heyo, Nik here with your free summary of the day. If you enjoy these, check out our reading guide. It'll help you learn and remember more from everything you read. Happy reading! Want to get just one weekly summary roundup? Switch to weekly. 1-Sentence-Summary: The Art Of The Start is your guide to beginning a company and explains everything from … Continue reading Nik’s Book Summaries Newsletter I like