Again, a blog post found from an email that I wrote. Go figure; a content strategist reaches out to people with whom he wants to keep contact by sharing content. Revolutionary, I know. So what follows is what went out to a few dozen people a few minutes ago. I’m told i’m supposed to automate this process or something. Meh. High touch, right?
Wherein you reap the benefits of my chronic information overload without enduring more of the same vicissitudes in your own life. I thought it might be nice to share.
Here’s what I thought was worthwhile lately:
- Trying to explain ideas using only the 1,000 most commonly used words
- The increasing traction of philanthropy based on economic development to combat poverty instead of just “free”-goods-based aid
- The latest in elegiac portraits of American inequality, if you like (or hate) that sort of thing
- Innovating like Google is easier blogged than done
- A brutal post-mortem of the project management failures behind Healthcare.gov by tech pundit Clay Shirky, whom no one would call partisan
Until next time…