Curiouser and curiouser
The first thought in my head? Has Twitter come up with a system similar to the Facebook comments plugin? That would be too neat, and probably be a much better fit than the comments plugin.
Sidenote: That’s an awfully lowres image you have there, facebook. Would not have expected this from you.
After all, Twitter as a medium is more conducive to having real-time discussions, and with that being the sole focus of the entire platform, it cuts out all the noise and the whole agenda is always the current ongoing discussion. …
I like Zest. Sure, not all content it throws my way is a masterpiece, but every once in a while I come across something that makes me stop and think for a bit.
I like Zest primarily because to some extent, it spices up the otherwise bland new tab on Chrome, and till the time I find another extension that can add value to that real estate, Zest is here to stay on my computer.
Anyway, I digress. Today, this is what the first item on my new tab was:
Now, I am a curious cat, so naturally I clicked on it. Maybe there is something to learn in there. …
You walk in to your office, what is the first thing you do?
I work with entrepreneurs every single day, and for a lot of them, the morning routine looks exactly the same — they enter their offices with their phones glued to their ears.
It is eery how the “walking into office” behavior is the same for so many different entrepreneurs I know. Irrespective of the business they are in, or the stage their businesses are at, they all walk into their offices the exact same way. …