Hi from Homeroom. Welcome to the 3rd edition of Lunchbox, a weekly-ish curation of cafeteria fodder for product managers. If you’ve been sent this email and you’re not a subscriber, you can join by clicking on the big button below.
🥦 Getting Better
Protip: edit a website live in Google Chrome by using document.DesignMode
Whether the disaster is a pandemic or site downtime, know thyself when figuring out what you do next.
A solid list of things to avoid when crafting interview questions.
🍴 New Tools
Hey is redesigning email. Brought to you by DHH and Jason Fried of Basecamp.
Motion is easy keyboard shortcuts for Chrome. We don't test everything but this is ... magical.
Prowess collects feedback from your team in Slack.
Why Zoom Doesn't Have Product/Market Fit by Hiten Shah [FYI Blog]
Dear Apple: Here’s How to Stop the Antitrust Investigations by Savannah Reising [Astro Blog]
Apple, ARM, and Intel by Ben Thompson [Stratechery]
🌶 Hot Goss
Microsoft said it won't sell facial recognition to the police. But that didn't rule out the federal government.
Facebook will let users turn off political advertisements.
Google facing $5 billion lawsuit for tracking people in incognito mode.
Shopify partners with Walmart to offer some merchant goods to Walmart customers.
🌭 How It Works
This time around our 'How It Works' is more ... experiential. Dig into some interactive algorithms and data structures.
Your browser extensions slow down its performance. Chrome's worst offenders.
Someone made $589,800 by buying insurance for flights she thought would get delayed. Then got very caught.
Trends across the internets in a post COVID-19 world.
Platform to take action for BLM.
Spice up your next presentation or mockup with these toy faces. Hard to explain so maybe just check it out.