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Don’t Listen to One Single Piece of Good Advice — Listen to Many

Several months ago, I mentioned on one of my other blogs that I enjoy listening to Gretchen Rubin’s „Happier“ podcast. I still do, even though I think content sponsored by advertising is by and large fake. Recently, Gretchen (and Elizabeth) … Continue reading Continue reading

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How to Move On from Retard Media — Remove the Middleman

In “This Week in Tech” (Episode 401), John C. Dvorak suggested to “skip the middleman” — an intriguing prospect (and yet it is only really meaningful if everyone agrees what are “end goals” versus what are merely “means to an … Continue reading
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