Clo: mother, teacher, girl geek and tech optimist. Author of « Digital Marketing like a PRO », the handbook for anyone with a digital pulse. Lazy sins: enjoys listening to podcasts while taking a bubble bath. And hopes AI will do her groceries.
I spent Christmas Eve watching Netflix’ Sweet Home, a Korean horror series. Come for the monsters, stay for the drama. Just what I needed to take my mind off things! How are you?
The other day I made an advice thread based on Jacobian's from last year! If you know a source for one of these, shout and I'll edit it in. 1.If you want to find out about people's opinions on a product, google <product> reddit. You'll get…
Clo WillaertsSome good stuff in here. Let me just pick the last one:
#100. Bad things happen dramatically (a pandemic). Good things happen gradually (malaria deaths dropping annually) and don’t feel like ‘news’. Endeavour to keep track of the good things to avoid an inaccurate and dismal view of the world.
– Nov 4, 2019, 4:00 AM
Experts from around the web community are currently hard at work planning, analyzing, and writing content for the 2020 edition of the Web Almanac, which is on track to be published at the end of the year. There are many opportunities available for…
Clo WillaertsThe Web Almanac is a comprehensive report on the state of the web, backed by real data and trusted web experts. It is comprised of 22 chapters spanning aspects of page content, user experience, publishing, and distribution.
More content from the series of talks with Wounded Viking 's Lorenz Dries. We talk about the Borg, transhumanism, Elon Musk's Neuralink, the jungle of Peru, a gorgeous cathedral in Mechelen, esoterica, and Wonder Woman. Lorenz: What do you think…
Clo WillaertsMore content from the series of talks with Wounded Viking's Lorenz Dries. We talk about the Borg, transhumanism, Elon Musk’s Neuralink, the jungle of Peru, a gorgeous cathedral in Mechelen, esoterica, and Wonder Woman.
– Sep 16, 2020, 12:16 PM
The survey of more than 21,000 adults from 27 countries finds that 72% would prefer their life to change significantly rather than go back to how it was before the COVID-19 crisis started. Further, 86% would prefer to see the world change…
Clo WillaertsEspecially after this year, most people want to hug their relatives, get back to a normal work/school routine, have the occasional nice night/day out, enjoy a proper holiday, and have their bins emptied. Only 7 people, all bonkers, want a 'Great Reset'.