Why Big Entertainment Failed to Bring in Diversity

Over the past few years, the entertainment industry has been pushing for more diversity in films, video games, and other media. This includes writing characters from a wider range of demographics, such as race, sexual orientation, and gender. On the surface this is a great idea — it allows both the people within those demographics to have a larger bucket of characters to relate to, while also allowing creators to generate more interesting and unique combinations of characters. However, despite these benefits, big entertainment industry companies are still struggling to produce anything worthwhile.

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Do Not Obsess Over Your Customer. Obsess Over Your Community.

As companies continue to look for new revenue strategies, one of the most popular axioms has become that of customer obsession. But is the customer really who you should be focused on?

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Is the Four-Hour Workweek Actually Possible?

The Four-Hour Workweek is a self-help book written by Tim Ferriss, and arguably set the tone for the more hustler-oriented culture of the 2010s. In this book, Ferriss emphasizes the concept of lifestyle design, which involves designing your life in a way that allows you to have more free time and engage in activities that you enjoy — the ultimate goal of which being that titular “four-hour workweek”. But is this lifestyle design even something possible or practical for the rest of us?

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Arc, Vivaldi, and the Next Generation of Browsers

You can see this as another review post, and in a lot of ways it is. But I also want to take this time to talk about some innovation that’s occurring in a place where you’d least expect it: the internet browser.

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