The paradox of choice has finally crushed me
Josh Elman

I had a terrifying moment last year. I was in a room with 100 fellow managers at a Silicon Valley company. The VP was referring to an article in the local paper (San Francisco Chronicle) and asked “show of hands — who reads the Chronicle?” I was the only person to put up my hand. The Chronicle used to drive the local agenda, but it seems to be irrelevant now.

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