Links I Love: October 23, 2016

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy :)

Links I Love

Original image source: Mike Licht


The next big thing. (The Economist)

The Glass Cliff. So many examples of this when you look to female CEOs – Marissa Mayer, Carly Fiorina, etc. (University of Exeter)

What Leaders Never Do In Networking Intros (And You Shouldn’t Either). (Forbes)

How To Use Social Media To Get Ahead in Your Career. (Harper’s Bazaar)

It’s Time to End the 9-5 Work Day. (Chicago Tribune)


Atul Gawande: for the first time in human history, ineptitude is a bigger problem than ignorance. (Vox)

Two Powerful Strategies to Live Better and Be More Productive. (Under 30 CEO)

6 Simple Steps to Achieve Inbox Zero. (Time Management Ninja)

This Is How To Deal With Psychopaths And Toxic People: 5 Proven Secrets. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

Why do some people never evacuate for a hurricane? This really frustrates me; I would support the approach of “we won’t help you if you stay.” (Vox)

9 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Avoid Buyer’s Remorse. (Yes and Yes)


I’m a Doctor. If I Drop Food on the Kitchen Floor, I Still Eat It. (New York Times)

However, erring on the side of germ-free: Should You Let Your Dog Lick Your Face? (New York Times)

Our world is awash in bullshit health claims. These scientists want to train kids to spot them.. (Vox)

Related: How should journalists cover quacks like Dr. Oz or the Food Babe? (Vox)

Here’s how to reset your caffeine tolerance. (A Life of Productivity)

Will Harder Workouts Make Us Happier?. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Think it’s cathartic to run angry? Think again. (New York Times)

21 Things Everyone Who Does BodyPump Will Understand. I’ve just tried Bodypump once so far but I loved this! (BuzzFeed)


Dubai and Norway to drive visitors beyond star attractions with a blockchain-based loyalty program. (Tnooz)

Hong Kong International Airport unveils SKYCITY plans. (Airport World)

Landing revenue. (Airport World)

Google Flights Now Notifies Flyers When Airfares Will Expire. (Skift)

New Rules Could Bring Unprecedented Change to Booking Flights Online. (Skift)

American airlines can no longer ignore cheap European rivals on transatlantic routes. (Economist)

6 Highlights From the DOT’s New Passenger-Friendly Airline Guidelines. (Skift)

Study highlights airlines’ personalisation plans and passenger experience struggles. (Future Travel Experience)

How to Turn a Mile-High Torture Chamber Into a Comfy Cabin. (Bloomberg)

A plane’s aisle seat is for cynics. (Economist)

Five ways to find the right pricing strategy for your hotel. (Tnooz)


Crash: how computers are setting us up for disaster. (The Guardian)

These 3 Maps Help to Visualize America’s $18 Trillion Economy. (Visual Capitalist)

Voting Sucks. (Jamoosh Interrupted)

The Fear of Having a Son. (New York Times)

Finally, for a laugh: Halloween in the 70s vs. Today. (Victoria Fedden)

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