At work I make neat things happen on the Internet. At life I mostly listen to Morrissey songs. @phillh
Travis Kalanick is out at Uber, and Farhad Manjoo ties it to the interplay between social media, brand identity and social/political activism. A great read:
I used to think being a great student was all you needed. In school, and during my entry-level days in the agency world, it seemed like the more you knew, the sharper your skills would be and the better you’d do.
On Svbtle the other day, Ben Yu asked, “What do you live for?” Yu believes that the world is absurd and doubts there’s any objective meaning to life. Assuming this, what do you live for? And why?