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🥦 Getting Better
Bundling is a hot topic right now. Last week Shishir Mehrotra (founder of Coda) talked out his Four Myths of Bundling with Patrick O'Shaugnessy. A must listen. This week, Good Better Best grounded this all really nicely by using The New York Times as an example.
We're generally skeptical of content marketing being ... actionable. But this guide to salary negotiation was on point.
You don't start a new PM role every day. Tips and tricks on starting a new gig from someone who just went through this during COVID-19.
🍴 New Work Tools
Apify helps you use data from other public websites in your product.
Shape Divider enables you to design and code custom overlay shapes.
MeetinVR is here to help..you know.
Palabra wants to simplify email automation.
In 2019, a hacker was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Start at "A World I no Longer Feel Connected to" at the bottom for a chilling chronological list of technological change.
Android users will now hit a choice screen to select their preferred search engine. A look inside Google's auction to be listed as an alternative option.
You're in product. For now. Perspective from someone who earned their Ph.D. at 66.
🌭 How It Works
Google Meet is rolling out noice cancellation. An indepth look at the phases of its development process and underlying technologies.
A comparison of no-code sign up form options. Spoiler: Typeform is #1. Still.
Scan strings of random characters into your phone with this simple keyboard.
Eat what's in season and make happy things with this nifty little food app.
Virus Cafe is rapid fire deep discussion with strangers. 2 minutes each. No small talk allowed. *wipes palms*
IBM announces that it will no longer sell facial recognition services.
Apple will make it's own chips.