Recommended Reading 2020

I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2020. In English How the 2010s changed interior design (Curbed): a quick overview of the main interior design trends in the last decade Fitbit’s 150 billion hours of heart data reveal secrets about health (Yahoo!
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Using pocketapi to Understand my Reading Behavior

I cannot remember anymore when I started using Pocket, but I certainly remember that I realized quickly that it was exactly what I needed. My elaborate collection of browser bookmarks that I wanted to read “some day/maybe”, quickly turned into a massive Pocket queue with articles spanning more than a decade. I don’t know if I’ll ever finish reading it, but at least I feel somewhat in control and I enjoy reading a few articles in bed on a lazy Sunday morning.
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Recommended Reading 2019

I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2019. In English Waste Not, Want Not (The Baffler): about the Zero Waste lifestyle on Instagram The Man Behind Most of the Ski Maps in America (Outside): A fascinating story about hand-drawn maps Whether a Husband Identifies as a Breadwinner Depends on Whether He Respects His Wife’s Career — Not on How Much She Earns (Harvard Business Review) He Knows the Stars’ Dirty Laundry.
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Recommended Reading 2018

I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2018. In English Inside Target’s Top Secret Test Store (Fast Company) Riding With the Diplomatic Couriers Who Deliver America’s Secret Mail (Wired) The ‘Pokémon’ Invasion, 20 Years Later (The Ringer) How this 31-year-old makes millions selling soap online (The San Diego Union-Tribune): A local San Diego newspaper on two local examples how e-commerce entrepreneurs enter saturated markets for men Damon Albarn on Brexit: ‘We live on this stroppy little island’ (The Guardian): About the new “The Good, the Bad & the Queen” album Americans Value Equality at Work More Than Equality at Home (New York Times) The Slow Death of the FMCG Marketer (LinkedIn) Why You’re Not Getting Value from Your Data Science (Harvard Business Review) Not Here to Dance: Ada Hederberg about football and about respect Data visualisation, from 1987 to today (The Economist) Am I “Old”?
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Recommended Reading 2017

I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2017. In English The Most Important Thing Dropbox Did To Scale Product Management (Medium): How Dropbox scaled its product management in phases of growth - relatively simple and very structured How Lego Built A Social Network For Kids That’s Not Creepy (Wired): Lego has built the social network “Lego Life” with a focus on kids - and has interesting design ideas to keep content appropriate for children How Retailers Should Think About Online Versus In-Store Pricing (Harvard Business Review): about offline and online pricing strategies A first look at how German grocer Lidl plans to conquer the U.
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Recommended Reading 2016

I enjoy reading about a variety of topics, especially on long train rides and on lazy Sunday mornings. In “Recommended Reading”, I regularly collect articles that I have read on Pocket and found inspiring. The list below covers the year 2016. In English I was held hostage by Isis. They fear our unity more than our airstrikes (The Guardian) How the Monkey Cage Went Ape: aboout public engagement among political scientists The aggressive, outrageous, infuriating (and ingenious) rise of BrewDog (The Guardian) Election Campaigns: Politics by Numbers (The Economist) Artificial Intelligence and Go: Showdown (The Economist) The Bank Robber (The New Yorker): A long read about Hervé Falciani, a knight in a not-so-shiny armour who is the main figure behind “Swiss-Leaks”.
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