In addition to long-form blog articles, the newsletter will also include regular digests of interesting content I find online with some short comments.
I always hold the belief that the information you read every day becomes part of yourself. Since we live in a world with exploding information, it is crucial to have an information guide that helps us make progress and grow every day. This newsletter could be the guide you need!
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Tripartite Productivity System; How to debug remote work; Former CircleUp CEO shares a candid account of his journey; Tips from Okta CEO about decision making; Awesome visualization of the Gartner Hype Cycle; Pluto 1994 | 2018; View rocket launches from space.
How the 1918 influenza impaired the judgment of a president and led to World War II; The interview of Spotify CEO Daniel Ek; Use Notion to build personal wiki; First video tape of snowball fight; Visualization of Satellite trajectories;
The pass-away of “Notorious RBG”; TikTok and Wechat banned in the US; Bessemer Venture Partners’ memos; View Your Life as a Calendar; the Mediterranean Sea was filled in only several months; When the Senior Developer arrives to fix the bug…
Dear readers, I hope you’ve had a great week! Here are the recommendations for this week: Making sense of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) – and why I prefer Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable. This great essay from Henrik Kniberg explains minimum viable product (MVP), an important concept in lean development. An MVP is a product that is released to collect […]
Recommendations for this week: Highly recommend this video created by Phil Libin, the co-founder of Evernote and recently the mmhmm app, to explain the motivation behind the new app’s name. The mmhmm app has been generating a lot of buzzes recently but its name sounds ridiculous to many people. In this video, Phil describes his philosophy of the naming: A […]
Books Startup CEO: This is a great book about startup management and is very useful for people who are first-time CEOs or aspire to be CEO one day but don’t have any experience yet. Startup Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startups have been following a roller-coaster this year. The SaaS companies had rapid devaluation in the face of a global pandemic, but […]