Every weekday morning Matt Hartman talks to one person about one article that they found interesting.
Why read articles when Matt's friends can just tell you what's in 'em?
Episodes with Smash Notes
Satya Patel from Homebrew on the Creeping Capitalist Takeover of Higher Education https://www.huffpost.com/highline/article/capitalist-takeover-college/
Danielle David on why we need to stop asking kids what they want to be when they grow up.
Mike Mignano shares how Helvetica Gets an Upgrade https://mymodernmet.com/helvetica-now-monotype/
Harper Reed on the short story Goodnight, Melancholy how technology relates to quarantine and the Corona Virus.
Why there haven’t been more billion-dollar acquisitions for direct-to-consumer commerce startups. https://newconsumer.com/2019/04/billion-dollar-direct-consumer-deals-warby-parker-harrys-glossier-dollar-shave-club/
Marah Lidey, co-CEO I’d Shine on The Feedback Fallacy. Full article here: https://hbr.org/2019/03/the-feedback-fallacy
Margot Boyer-Dry talks about AI Priests https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/2019/9/9/20851753/ai-religion-robot-priest-mindar-buddhism-christianity
John Borthwick from Betaworks, on The Adversarial Persuasion Machine https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/13/the-adversarial-persuasion-machine-a-conversation-with-james-williams
Filmmaker Jonathan Kaufman, on a single paragraph from the book The Poisoned City about the Flint Michigan water crisis.
Naomi Hirabayashi, Co-CEO of Shine on The Constructive Power of Self-Doubt https://forge.medium.com/the-constructive-power-of-self-doubt-e1e33b8394cd
Owen Grover, CEO of Pocket Casts discusses 'Spotify Teardown' and whether Spotify is a Media Company
Nathan Baschez, on the 7 powers of Business Strategy https://www.amazon.com/7-Powers-Foundations-Business-Strategy/dp/0998116319