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A Simple and Effective Productivity Hack From Google's Early Days |
employees receive a weekly email asking them to write down what they did last week and what they plan to do in the upcoming week. Replies get compiled in a public space and distributed automatically the following day by email."

Today, the process under different names has spread to other elite Silicon Valley companies such as Facebook, Square, and engineering firm Palantir. Why has something that seems so simple proved so popular with the area's top companies? "The process forces employees to reflect and to jot out a forward-looking plan for getting stuff done, all while requiring a minimal disruption in the employee's actual work,"
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january 2019 by sparkey
Jilly Ballistic Hits New York Subways With Computer Warnings | The Creators Project
NYC ads hit with computer warning messages LOVE File/Move to Trash on Sandler movie.
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july 2012 by sparkey

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