From DMCA takedowns to Content ID filters, record labels continue to crack down on online music sharing.
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Jennifer Dziura has two blogs: one for humans and one for robots. Originally on her personal site Get Bullish, Dziura shared career advice, discussed being a female business owner, and answered questions about dealing with difficult co-workers and racist family members.
Dr. Richard Moriarty, founder of the Pittsburgh Poison Center and creator of the familiar Mr. Yuk icon, died yesterday at the age of 83. His death comes a little more than a month after I wrote about a beer league hockey team in Pittsburgh called — with Moriarty’s blessing — the Mighty Yuks.
Today let’s step outside the news cycle and turn our attention toward a topic I’m deeply invested in but only rarely write about: productivity platforms. For decades now, software tools have promised to make working life easier.
The booksellers whose rickety green stands dot the River Seine have been a Paris staple for hundreds of years. Through the censorship of kings and Nazi occupiers, through the Covid-19 pandemic and frequent protests, the bouquinistes have remained.
“I subscribe to so many Substacks, and I read zero of them,” quipped Foursquare co-founder Dennis Crowley on one of his social accounts (I honestly can’t recall which one). This perfectly encapsulates the issue with the newsletter ecosystem.
Steve Wanner is a highly respected 37-year-old partner at Ernst & Young, married with four young children.
This post is dedicated to Catherine and Monique, two pals who asked me to dish on my longest-running daily habit. Thanks so much for being curious. In its simplest form, a Daily Snapshot is one page in a Field Notes pocket notebook filled every single day. One page. That’s it.