Links I Love: July 8, 2018

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy 🙂

Original image source: Mike Licht

CAREER

Embrace the Power of ‘Weak Ties’. (Lifehacker)

The Gentle Art Of Negotiating And How To Do Exceptionally Well. (Medium)

Why ‘Finding Your Passion’ Isn’t Enough. (Lifehacker)

Should you walk out of that bad meeting, even if it’s rude?. (Medium)

PRODUCTIVITY/SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

The Most Important Time Management Question. (Time Management Ninja)

Summarize Long Emails at the Top to Communicate More Effectively. (Lifehacker)

5 Self-Sabotaging Things Unconfident People Do. (Psychology Today)

Steve Jobs’ Secret for Eliciting Questions, Overheard at a San Francisco Cafe. (Medium)

The Tiny, Essential Google Tricks for Way Better Search Results. (Lifehacker)

The Power of Long-Term Thinking – and Strategies to Encourage It. (The Simple Dollar)

HEALTH/FITNESS

Weight Training May Help to Ease or Prevent Depression. (New York Times)

Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo. (New York Times)

How to Increase Your Chances of Having a Long, Healthy Life. (New York Times)

Right to Try’ is way better than just wait to die. (Herald Tribune)

The Midlife Tuneup. (New York Times)

Highly Educated, Very Nearsighted?. (New York Times)

Try the 24-Hour Fast. (Furthermore from Equinox)

Can’t Do the 7-Minute Workout? Neither Can I. (New York Times)

Maximize Your Run Commute. (Furthermore from Equinox)

It’s All About the Weather. (See Dane Run)

TRAVEL

Argentina Will Let Airlines Slash Domestic Fares. (Bloomberg)

JetBlue Eyes Europe and Airbus’ New Jet With Longer Range. (Skift)

Cathay Pacific’s Long View on Investing Outside of Its Jets. (Skift)

As of Today, the Big Four US Airlines Have No Propellers Operating Under Their Brands. (Cranky Flier)

FAA won’t set minimum airline seat size after safety review. (Dallas Morning News)

JetBlue Girds for New Competition as Its Founder Prepares to Start a New U.S. Airline. (Skift)

11 ideas for airlines, generated from Mary Meeker’s latest report. (Tnooz)

There Aren’t Many Female Executives. The Airline Industry Has Even Fewer. (Bloomberg)

Flight 1 – The most prestigious airline flight number. (Nomadic Notes)

Airlines reaping the rewards of sprint style development. (Tnooz)

Global Distribution Systems Retool for the Next Digital Revolution. (Skift)

Sydney Airport and Qantas start first phase of “couch-to-gate” biometrics trial. (Future Travel Experience)

How travel providers can sell experiences better than Airbnb. (Tnooz)

AccorHotels Using Biometrics as Marketing Ploy for Loyalty Members. (Skift)

Why marketing and revenue departments should bury the hatchet, right now. (Tnooz)How Sheraton Lost Its Way and Marriott’s Plans to Bring It Back. (Skift)

Is virtual reality still in search of its real purpose in travel?. (Tnooz)

More Americans Are Traveling to Escape From Scary Headlines. (Bloomberg)

Old-Fashioned Road Trips Are Back in Style in the U.S.. (Skift)

How to Pack a Backpack for Hiking and Trekking. (Cool of the Wild)

MISCELLANY

We Need to Save Ignorance From AI. (Nautilus)

Text Your Toddler Through Alexa Using Mommy-gram. (Lifehacker)

Fostering Connections Between Young and Old. (New York Times)

I’m Almost 40 and I’m Finally Ready to Admit I Don’t Have a Friend Group. (PureWow)

The interior designer-approved ways to give tiny outdoor spaces big impact. (Well & Good NYC)

How to Retain What You Read. (Lifehacker)

5 Man Repeller Readers on How They Code Switch. (Man Repeller)

The Most Hated Bachelor in America Explains Himself. (GQ)


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