Top 5 Highlights Made on “Liner” (May 17th, 2016)

10 Ways to Boost Your Writing Productivity

9 Highlights / 3 Comments via “Liner”

A great listicle on how to boost your writing productivity by Evernote. The opening number helps remind that every writer has their own optimal time. Not everyone is a morning bird. The post reminds writers to treat writing as a profession and to carve out time to hone your craft. The post ends with a nice nod to Evernote. Reminding to write bursts of inspiration on Evernote.

Our Attention Spans Aren’t Dead!

25 Highlights / 12 Comments via “Liner”

According to a recent study by Microsoft our attention spans are only 8 seconds. A goldfish’s attention span is 9 seconds. Constant usage of smartphones and sporadic alerts have grinded our concentration away. Pocket brings a counter-statement, that our attention spans are fine. Based on the reading rate of Pocket articles. Users are actually spending more time on reading long-form articles. Even two hour long articles have 43% reading rate!

How to Ruin Your Company with One Bad Process

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A cautionary tale by “Ben Horowitz” about how a small misstep in product management can lead to a downhill spiral. The post reads like a mystery novel. Keen readers will catch the mistake in the beginning. I caught the mistake after my second read. Always take the human factor into consideration when delegating a marketing budget.

Should You Workout When You’re Sick?

15 Highlights / 13 Comments via “Liner”

Adam requested feedback on his fitness blog on Reddit. So we answered by leaving 13 sentence-level feedback. Ranging from small grammatical errors. Title capitalization rules. Profile picture mishaps. And how to better format the paragraphs. Liner serves as a great way to leave feedback on blog posts, student essays, and translation blunders.

Do You Even Lift Bro? A Story About my Dog

8 Highlights / 4 Comments via “Liner”

A funny story about how a dog mistakenly picked up a dumbbell! Thinking it was a toy. Instead of leaving an untethered single comment. We left sentence-level comments throughout the blog post. Looking forward to more stories from “Winston” the dog :)