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This week Marketing magazine discusses the value in packing up the day job, and taking some time to explore your dreams for the long-term benefit your our career. #MasterYourCraft
WTFIMTB is a (rather rude) site that generates Twitter biographies with flair for you to steal or adapt for personal use, as the bio is now apparently seen as "The art form for our age" - Mashable.
Apparently, we're no good at finding content for ourselves because we're not subscribed to the right sources, so Facebook wants to bring us 'content serendipity'. Paper - a standalone news reader app with algorithm-curated articles.
It's a well-known fact of our industry, that content is extremely important but also hugely over-saturated too. Beloved comedian, Bill Bailey, has said that a powerful way of cutting though the noise is through the use of laughter.
"We may fear machines taking over and destroying us all, but so far what we've got is supermarket self-checkouts irritating us into committing criminal acts", The Guardian's Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett, reports.