Tech billionaires and alt school, the glorification of being busy, how much is too much to bid for an Amazon headquarters, the end of "every frame a painting", how to work with facebook groups, pivot to readers, conduct a performance review on yourself, and reach new audiences with data
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five ideas and one coffee

Welcome to five ideas and one coffee. Each week, a combination of what's going on in the ongoing convergence of digital and social media, and how that impacts the way we communicate. Plus, something I learned about coffee this week. Let's get started!

Five Ideas.

Idea One:
Tech billionaires not so successful in reimagining school.

Idea Two:
This headline stood out to me the glorification of being busy - it's religious language, but not actually a religious article, rather directing the reader to some suggestions away from busyness.

Idea Three:
How much is it worth to your city to be the next location for the new $5B Amazon headquarters? For some bids, there's not much democratic representation left for the residents of the city.

Idea Four:
One of the best of the "how movies work" YouTube channels - Every Frame a Painting, has called it a day. Maybe the best sentence from the article: By taking your research to the library, you’re immediately breaking out of the online cycle of repetition, and your work will improve immediately.

Idea Five (the how-to's):
How to:

One Coffee.

This year, I'd like to hear from you about what you've learned over coffee. In the meantime, what is coffee (an introduction)?

... that's it!

See you next week. Hit reply if you've learned something, or if you'd like to suggest an idea or a coffee.

Thanks to the people who hit reply: I really appreciate the encouragement.

David Phillips.
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