As I said, I’m trying to get back into the habit of providing content here on a regular basis, and starting by just presenting links I gather from my RSS subscriptions (in an attempt to prove to myself that I’m still getting value from those feeds).
- Seth Godin asks “Not even once?” and reminds me of an old blog post I wrote about lessons from poker.
- Johanna Rothman talks about the kind of work managers do, and why it’s not as easy at it looks from the outside, in a post that would serve new managers well.
- Gina talks about using engineering development tools to manage other kinds of tasks. I’m reminded of my iterative approach to writing performance reviews.
- AllFacebook summarizes a conversation about users’ visibility into who is reading their Facebook updates. I found this quote interesting as relates to what users think they like and what they actually like: “We’ve run many tests showing that any time we stop ranking and show posts in chronological order, the number of stories people read decreases and the amount of likes and comments people produce decreases.”