Can you believe it's already August! Here are six new paths for leaders, learners, and "oblique strategists" to explore.
Enjoy the rest of your summer (if you are on the Northern Hemisphere)!
- Honest, human-centered thinking about interviewing and culture along with some nuance around the idea of exposing gaps in your knowledge.
- This one is specifically for the “graduates” of our recent GOA leadership seminar, but anyone interested/invested in Slack will find it useful.
- A simple design move that let’s you get ‘a bit more’ towards your desired outcome.
- Using the “explore” button in the Google Doc where we keep fodder for this newsletter, we found 3 old school websites — ONE - TWO - THREE — that present (what used to be considered) “dynamic” website presentations of Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt’s Oblique Strategies.
- Subotnick, who longed for the ideal tool, stepped in because he “kept thinking that what’s going to happen is that people who make technology are going to create the machines and the language for which people will try to make music. And those people—the scientists—don’t know anything about music, so they’re probably going to do dumb things.”
- Apple’s Clips app for iOS gets a lot of attention for its fun visual design tools, but instant live titles (that are editable afterwards) to video is a remarkable feature.
Reshan & Steve