(via How to Stop Writing so Many Policies) Excessive…

(via How to Stop Writing so Many Policies)

Excessive policy-making:

1 Lowers engagement.

2 Hampers creativity.

3 Impedes progress.

4 Eliminates thinking.

5 Quenches passion.

6 Creates busy work.

7 Protects and promotes the inept.

How to Stop Writing so Many Policies

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has the most unexpectedly hilarious Twitter

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This is Ode To…, a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is here to warn us about unsafe products and best practices when using certain products. And, it seems, to also keep us entertained with some of the weirdest meme-filled tweets of any government agency. 

Most recently the account has received attention in the past for its unusual approach to education and recently got the attention of unfamiliar users with a single-word tweet. 

Horses.

– US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) July 20, 2018 Read more…

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WhatsApp Tests on a “Mark as Read” Feature with a Small Percentage of Users

It appears that WhatsApp is testing with a new feature, which is similar to the one in Telegram. This option is being rolled out to a very selective number of users with the latest WhatsApp version functioning in their mobiles, i.e. v2.18.232 beta.

With this new development, users will now be…

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This Week in Social Media: From Facebook to Twitter to Instagram, We Have it All Covered!

This week was great in terms of social media developments and news. Several new features and tools were introduced to various platforms, like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It was also great because platforms had their Q2 reports finalized, and they presented them to the public as well. There was…

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(via The CEO of PayPal on Giving Credit) “This idea of the…

(via The CEO of PayPal on Giving Credit)

“This idea of the power of giving credit to others – as opposed to your own individual accomplishment – has shaped my entire career. Most people don’t really think about that. They mostly think, “Look at me.” But really if you say, “Look at what others are accomplishing,” it’s so much more powerful in terms of your ability to attract the best people, to get things done.” Dan Schulman CEO of PayPal in NY Times.