We've gotten used to the freedom to use the internet. It's considered a commodity. You expect "Net Neutrality," the principle that prohibits internet service providers from speeding up, slowing down or blocking any content, applications or websites you want to use.
That's currently at risk. You can find out more about Net Neutrality, and the repeal, here.
Here are some of the posts that caught my eye recently. Hope you find something interesting.
- Get 1% Better Every Day: The Kaizen Way to Self-Improvement. (AoM)
- The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. (HBR)
- The Key Differences between Culture, Purpose and Employee Engagement. (Forbes)
- The Right Way to Say I'm Sorry'. (New York Times)
- A Neuroscientist Who Studies Decision-making Reveals the Most Important Choice You Can Make. (BI)
- The Truth About Blockchain. (HBR)
- Annual Apple IPhone Sales Fall for the First Time in China, Local Brands Dominate. (9to5mac)
- Trump Tweets Drive Day Trading but Leave Math, Computer Whizzes Sidelined. (Reuters)
- How to Make America's Robots Great Again. (New York Times)
- China's Secret Trump Card: Could Beijing Deprive Our Military of Critical Defense Components? (Fox)