Harvey and climate change: why it won't change minds
She says pointing to Harvey and telling people who don't acknowledge climate science that this is how we're going to suffer if we don't act on climate change won't do any good.
The message needs to be more compassionate and less condescending, Lertzman says.
“Rallying around proposals like free college or universal basic income just exacerbate this resentment,” the authors warn, referring to the education policy pitch at the center of Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign.
Good primer on the state of mobile AR tech.
The Post-ABC survey found that roughly 1 in 6 Americans either support the alt-right or say it is acceptable to hold white supremacist or neo-Nazi views.
I started imagining a world in which we replaced the phrase “politically correct” wherever we could with “treating other people with respect”
Good advice on the battle against inertia.
We shouldn’t ask, “How much do I value this opportunity?” but “If I did not have this opportunity, how much would I be willing to sacrifice in order to obtain it?”
So much competition for 1% of GDP. Fixed budgets, all about efficiency.
That means the only way to expand in this business is to steal share. “Everything is a share game,” says Goldstein, as declines in older media give way to growth in newer media.