Maxime Laforet

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Maxime Laforet

289 days ago

If you don’t trust your employees to work remotely, you shouldn’t have hired them in the first place

qz.com

Maxime Laforet

293 days ago

Our current version of the internet lives and breathes off a currency of human attention.

Instagram and the Cult of the Attention Web: How the Free Internet is Eating Itself

medium.com

Maxime Laforet

299 days ago

Interesting read.

A Brief History of JavaScript

auth0.com

Maxime Laforet

371 days ago

Not An Imposter: Fighting Front-End Fatigue

smashingmagazine.com

Maxime Laforet

581 days ago

But it does now allow presidential campaigns to upload their massive email lists and voter files – which contain political habits, real names, home addresses and phone numbers – to the company’s advertising network. The company will then match real-life voters with their Facebook accounts, which follow individuals as they move across congressional districts and are filled with insightful data.

You may hate Donald Trump. But do you want Facebook to rig the election against him?

theguardian.com

Maxime Laforet

581 days ago

The question is, can Facebook continue to reinvent what’s already on the market? And, more important, when does innovating become duplicating?

How Facebook is slowly eating the rest of the Internet

medium.com

Maxime Laforet

581 days ago

Essentially, batteries are always improving, just like CPUs, but not enough to outpace increasing power demands.

Why iPhone battery life will never reach more than 1 day

cultofmac.com

Maxime Laforet

584 days ago

The answer, of course, is: we should care about all this because we’re human beings, dammit. How we treat employees, past and present, is a reflection on the company itself.

Firing People

zachholman.com

Maxime Laforet

585 days ago

The most hopeful aspect coming out of optimism research is that our mindset is malleable — just like a muscle at the gym, we can work on it to strengthen it. Our mindset is not merely a result of genes and upbringing. By refocusing attention on the positive, meaningful parts of life and our personal strengths, we can scientifically retrain the brain to default to that way of thinking.

Optimists Are Better at Finding New Jobs

hbr.org

Maxime Laforet

585 days ago

Inspiring read to say the least.

How Company Culture Shapes Employee Motivation

hbr.org

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