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A Long, Ugly Year of Depression That's Finally Fading - Rand's Blog

Moz – Sep 18, 10:26 PM – Date / / Category / Moz, Personal, Psychology, Startups Yesterday morning I woke up early to speak at the Business of Software conference in Boston. It was my first time there, and it's an exceptional group. Then, after some meetings, I spoke in…
Quibb A Long, Ugly Year of Depression That's Finally Fading via @lethargarian t.co/tMM79e2NgU
Leo Widrich RT @joelgascoigne: I have massive respect for @randfish's honesty: "A Long, Ugly Year of Depression That's Finally Fading" t.co/gYstarziDS
Sachin Rekhi A brutally honest account from Rand Fishkin on his struggles over the last year as CEO of Moz t.co/n2qRZo9HKt
Quibb A Long, Ugly Year of Depression That's Finally Fading via @MistOne t.co/l9zZSWeV4D
Siqi Chen RT @jesskah: Being a CEO is really hard. @randfish is brave to share his story about depression and tough times at his company. t.co/wxtXIMCjpe
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How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded

espn.go.com – Sep 19, 5:37 PM – The seven-month scandal that is threatening Roger Goodell's future as NFL commissioner began with an unexpected phone call in the early morning hours on a Saturday in February. Just hours after running back Ray Rice knocked out his…
Max Wendkos How The Ray Rice Scandal Unfolded Between The Baltimore Ravens, Roger Goodell And The NFL t.co/wqxOWuM1pW
Chamath Palihapitiya The NFL is so corrupt: How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded t.co/tQ13DjEJTe via @nuzzel
David Weiner If you haven't read the Outside The Lines piece on the Ray Rice saga you must. Fantastic reporting. t.co/F3aCgx596k
Steve Schlafman Phenomenal investigative journalism by @espn: How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded t.co/6GwuEpNeSv
Steve Schlafman Phenomenal investigate journalism by @espn: How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded t.co/6GwuEpNeSv
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The invasion of corporate news

FT.com – Sep 19, 1:05 PM – A population of 100,000 is no longer a guarantee that a city like Richmond, California can sustain a thriving daily paper. Readers have drifted from the tactile pleasures of print to the digital gratification of their smartphone screens, and…
Timothy B. Lee RT @DelRey: For every working journalist in America, there are now 4.6 PR people" t.co/NxzBqveroY via @FT
Casey Newton RT @DelRey: For every working journalist in America, there are now 4.6 PR people" t.co/NxzBqveroY via @FT
Adam L. Penenberg RT @DelRey: For every working journalist in America, there are now 4.6 PR people" t.co/NxzBqveroY via @FT
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The Daily Show springs tense showdown with Native Americans on Redskins fans

washingtonpost.com – Sep 19 – The four die-hard Redskins fans thought the opportunity was as golden as the vintage helmets of their favorite football team: “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” wanted them to appear on the Comedy Central program to defend the team's…
Kent Lindstrom The Daily Show springs tense showdown with Native Americans on Redskins fans t.co/7acfb8Tu2n via @nuzzel
Fuego The Daily Show springs tense showdown with Native Americans on Redskins fans t.co/agoRzofmqq via @nycjim
jason RT @gabrielsnyder: It's such a shame when people show such disrespect for something so important to other people's identity. t.co/3F4WrmnG6c
Peter Kafka Redskins fan tried to file police report after filming Daily Show segment with actual Native Americans. t.co/D6gwqpcqiO
Gabriel Snyder It's such a shame when people show such disrespect for something so important to other people's identity. t.co/3F4WrmnG6c
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Entrepreneurs anonymous

Economist – Sep 19 – Click this to add articles to your Timekeeper reading list. Learn more - SEVEN years ago Joe Jones (not his real name) left his job with a big NASDAQ-listed company to strike out on his own. He was sick of corporate life and he wanted to test his…
James RT @TheEconomist: Instead of romanticising entrepreneurs people should understand how hard their lives can be t.co/mT1TzPzU8C t.co/BWFUfq1D9J
Jon Evans "the job security of zero-hour contract workers, money worries of chronic gamblers, and the social life of hermits" t.co/vcNuKIqHWy
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Zenefits' Leader Is Rattling an Industry, So Why Is He Stressed Out?

nytimes.com – Farhad Manjoo – Sep 21 – Parker Conrad's start-up, Zenefits, is thought to be one of the fastest-growing companies in recent Silicon Valley history, and his investors and associates describe him as an uncommonly talented software visionary. But lately, Mr. Conrad often…
MediaREDEF Zenefits' Leader Is Rattling an Industry, So Why Is He Stressed Out? (@fmanjoo - @nytimes) t.co/FVsvSDEaeR
tristan walker Parker! '@nytimesbits: Zenefits' Leader Is Rattling an Industry, So Why Is He Stressed Out? t.co/Bd6Wtv2CBJ'
a16z RT @bhorowitz: Nice profile of @Zenefits in NY Times. Amazing company t.co/6FzWRysee9
Farhad Manjoo How Zenefits is altering healthcare. My @nytimes story on the Silicon Valley's fastest growing cloud company. t.co/UZdJoX5HSl
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The Barbarians Within Our Gates

POLITICO.com – Hisham Melhem – With his decision to use force against the violent extremists of the Islamic State, President Obama is doing more than to knowingly enter a quagmire. He is doing more than play with the fates of two half-broken countries—Iraq and…
Danny Gold RT @AaronDC88: A powerful, gloomy piece by @hisham_melhem "The Barbarians Within Our Gates" t.co/apT4STMbED (via @liamstack) #p2 #UniteBlue
Benedict Evans RT @lionelbarber: Brilliant, must-read on the collapse of Arab civilisation t.co/Gp6BT42xw0
Jason Hoffman RT @FareedZakaria: "Arab civilization, such as we knew it, is all but gone": Brilliant, eloquent essay from Hisham Melhem t.co/vRgoCeTUnB
Raju Narisetti RT @lionelbarber: Brilliant, must-read on the collapse of Arab civilisation t.co/Gp6BT42xw0
Jeff Jarvis RT @lionelbarber: Brilliant, must-read on the collapse of Arab civilisation t.co/Gp6BT42xw0
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Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door

TechCrunch – Sarah Buhr – Sep 20 – Have we reached peak delivery service? Just in case you had a craving for airline food for some reason, there's now a company in Germany that will bring it to you. Air Food One is a subscription food delivery service that has teamed up with grocery…
Dustin Moskovitz RT @bgurley: Stop the madness. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/TPZh0syL00 via @techcrunch
Jon Evans RT @bgurley: Stop the madness. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/TPZh0syL00 via @techcrunch
Benedict Evans RT @bgurley: Stop the madness. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/TPZh0syL00 via @techcrunch
Geoff Yang OMG, this is exactly the REVERSE of what I want. Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door t.co/y2PEhjfCJ7 @techcrunch
Shakil Khan RT @tfadell: Internet enabled delivery biz has officially jumped the shark "Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door" t.co/vO5ZkjcXCD
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Ex-Employees Say Home Depot Left Data Vulnerable

nytimes.com – Julie Creswell – Sep 20 – The risks were clear to computer experts inside Home Depot: The home improvement chain, they warned for years, might be easy prey for hackers. But despite alarms as far back as 2008, Home Depot was slow to raise its defenses, according to former…
Techmeme Ex-employees: Home Depot slow to react to security concerns, despite warnings as early as 2008 t.co/okIJSPSS87 t.co/HWbuHMvRHJ
Hacker News Ex-Employees Say Home Depot Left Data Vulnerable t.co/6VXSQH1nZB
Harry McCracken Corrected link--damning details on the Home Depot breach. t.co/8KO0GCRkqJ
Hacker News 20 Ex-Employees Say Home Depot Left Data Vulnerable t.co/dd5ejJm5YM (t.co/FEf9HMvULn)
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World Wide Web inventor slams Internet fast lanes: 'It's bribery.'

washingtonpost.com – Hayley Tsukayama – Sep 19 – A quarter-century ago, Timothy Berners-Lee designed the world's first Web browser and server, kicking off a thing that people started calling the World Wide Web. In a visit to The Washington Post, on Thursday, Berners-Lee said that system is now in…
jason Truth '@Hugh_W_Forrest: "It's bribery." Web founding father Tim Berners-Lee slams the idea of Internet fast lanes. t.co/hysz2LO96X
Eric Hippeau RT @newsycombinator: Tim Berners Lee slams Internet fast lanes: 'It's bribery.' t.co/PSxSnIJ4Fl
Hacker News Tim Berners Lee slams Internet fast lanes: 'It's bribery.' t.co/U9Df7UVVLZ
Hacker News 20 Tim Berners Lee slams Internet fast lanes: Its bribery. t.co/73dk4nkdzn (t.co/5F0Ri8D7gP)
HN from Y Combinator Tim Berners Lee slams Internet fast lanes: 'It's bribery.' t.co/trnttoAkui (cmts t.co/IPnSMMsbJL)
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