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The New and The Next - Issue #61

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"Invention requires a long-term willingness to be misunderstood."
 
December 7 · Issue #61 · View online
The New and The Next
“Invention requires a long-term willingness to be misunderstood.”

Favorites
How brands secretly buy their way into Forbes, Fast Company, and HuffPost stories
"Why Did My SEO Ranking Drop?" How to Find and Fix Falling Blog Posts Before It's Too Late
When You Change the World and No One Notices
Productivity
How to Quickly Learn Essential Keyboard Shortcuts in Any Program
Facebook's VP of Product on Mastering Focus and Intentional Work
7 Planners That Will Make 2018 Your Most Productive Year Ever
How to Completely Ignore Distractions and Consistently Enter Flow States
How to be great at almost anything.
Why You're Resistant to Being Productive
Email sanity: How to achieve Inbox Zero using four apps
Work & Money
How To Design Your Ideal Workday Based On Your Sleep Habits
How to Ask Your Boss for Time to Learn New Things
Your Resume Is Worthless Because You're Not Mentioning This 1 Thing (It's Not A Skill) | Inc.com
Ask HN: What are the big differences working at a startup, bigco, old smallco?
Why Working Women With Migraines Suffer in Silence
As A Solo Developer, I Decided To Offer Phone Support, And This Is What Happened
The Weird Reason Why People Immediately Respect You (or Not), According to Science
Marketing & Branding
How an Anti-Growth Mentality Helped Basecamp Grow to Over 2 Million Customers
The best visual description of a company I’ve ever seen
Google officially increases length of snippets in search results
How Stripe Designs Beautiful Websites
Why Retention Is The Silent Killer
Content Marketing Is Easier When You (Partially) Delegate These 12 Tasks
15 Facebook Groups Every SEO Should Join
Messages Matter: Exploring the Evolution of Conversation
Why You Should Run A Competitive Analysis On Facebook Ads
This Is How Much Marketers Know About You Based on One Facebook Like
Facebook Messenger Marketing: 7 Ideas You Can Try Today
Startups
First Round State of Startups 2017
Exclusive: Uber paid 20-year-old Florida man to keep data breach secret
Where Silicon Valley Is Going to Get in Touch With Its Soul
How a half-educated tech elite delivered us into evil
Cryptocurrency ICOs are the tech bubble we have been waiting for
Life
Why Trying New Things Is So Hard to Do
How to Detect When Someone's Lying (and Get Them to Tell the Truth)
Literal death machine offers a way to peacefully slip out of existence
Good Bad Like Dislike
Developing a Real Plan for a Better Life
News
Stanford University data glitch exposes truth about scholarships
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