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Linkness. What we’ve been reading | December 6, 2013

by Nextness published December 6, 2013 posted in Linkness

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  • How working as a servant to the ultra-rich helped me to understand the cultural code of luxury | Richard Wise



  • Amazon floats the notion of delivery drones | NYT

Data and technology.

  • What the tech developments of 2013 signal for the year ahead | Marketing Magazine
  • Google wants to write your Facebook posts and tweets for you | Daily Mail
  • How to start thinking like a data scientist | HBR


  • How a Gawker editor picks the ‘viral’ content readers can’t resist sharing | WSJ
  • Related: Is viral content the next bubble? | Poynter.
  • How to breathe life into UX personas | Barnabas Nagy
  • Does my identity live on online after I die? | Aeon
  • The important role of “Actionability” in strategy. “You should be able do make more great stuff more easily with this strategy or idea in mind.” | Account Planning Methods
  • Why China loves the internet | HBR
  • Leveraging blancmange | Johnnie Moore

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