Somebody has to win the election. 16sucks.com hopes it will be them, by selling "Everybody sucks" 2016 campaign signs to America's feeling about the two presumed main contestants for the presidency in November.
Presumed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's net "strongly unfavorable" rating is hovering at about 37% these days (around 5% higher than the previous high for candidates getting close to the general election), according to FiveThirtyEight.
Meanwhile, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes Clinton look beloved. His "strongly unfavorable" rating is sitting at about 53%, which is off-the-charts awful for a candidate who is supposed to compete for the White House.
Here are some of the posts that caught my eye. Hope you find something interesting.
- 4 Hard Questions to Ask about Your Company’s Purpose. (HBR)
- 25 Geniuses Who are Creating the Future of Business. (Wired)
- Can You Get Hacked Mid-Air? The Answer Is YES. (USAToday)
- Aging Runners Find Help for a Question: How Slow Will I Get? (NYT)
- 36 Pictures to See Which Muscle You’re Stretching. (LifeHack)
- How Buyers React When Prices Rise and Fall. (New York Times)
- This is Why People Get Addicted to Gambling. (The Conversation)
- Hedge Fund Outflows Will Reach at Least $25 Billion this Year. (Fortune)
- "A Scramble for Gold Has Begun". (ZeroHedge)
- A Clever Algorithm Generating Millions of Random Ideas is Turning the Tables on Patent Trolls. (Quartz)