Welcome to Sunday’s Big Revolution, with plenty of good reads to help occupy you on what is hopefully a quiet Sunday – unless you’re in a part of the world where the weekend is Friday and Saturday. In which case, get to work!
Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook’s handling of Russian influence campaignsin a Friday call with employees. This follows the New York Times’ revelations about failures in Facebook’s crisis management techniques. Meanwhile, the company’s former security chief has given his side of the story.
Elon Musk’s Boring Company is getting into brick-and-mortar retail… literally. It has submitted plans for a store in Los Angeles that will sell bricks made from waste produced by its tunneling project under the city region.
A few years ago, VC-backed mega publishers were all the rage. Now, smaller, subscription-based publishers focused on quality over quantity of output are showing there are other ways to build an audience.