Liked Enjoy the difference by Simone SilvestroniSimone Silvestroni (

Three years after I left Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, I might have found a space where to both agree and disagree in peace, while growing connections.
a remote part of my brain is still expecting a somewhat violent reaction to polite criticism. Supposedly, three years off the cesspits that are Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are not enough to completely shrug off this intentional behavioural manipulation.

Own physical books

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Given all this, I think that owning physical copies of books is subversive and I encourage ownership of this thing that can’t be easily taken away from you. I encourage sharing banned books specifically because they’re banned.

Curtis replaced his PKM Weekly blog post with a note on owning physical books (if you can) in an environment where activists of hate will probably soon try to pressure Amazon to delete « banned books », which can be done retroactively on an e-reader. I’ll add to his post that we can and should…

mandated return to office programmes suck (and we now have a study to prove it)

Liked We’re now finding out the damaging results of the mandated return to the office–and it’s worse than we thought by Gleb Tsipursky (Fortune)

Meanwhile, a staggering 76% of employees stand ready to jump ship if their companies decide to pull the plug on flexible work schedules, according to the Greenhouse report. Moreover, employees from historically underrepresented groups are 22% more likely to consider other options if flexibility comes to an end.

In today’s « research shows what everyone knows, but it’s nice to read it from a serious source », people don’t want to be forced back into offices, especially since we’re fully aware that it’s completely useless.