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Satellites🛰️🛰️in Cyberspace - Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog - Issue #20

Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog
Satellites🛰️🛰️in Cyberspace - Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog - Issue #20
Do you remember the moon landing in 1969? In the next solo episode of EGO NetCast, I will talk about the importance of setting up your own hubs (cyberspace stations) for you content creation, and then pick a few satellites to distribute your stuff. You should also “install” a satellite antenna 📡 in your lifestream, so you could receive valuable information. Talking about 1969, listen to The Fuzes’s song, 1969. Connect with the artist (and my friend), Martin Dagger, on LinkedIn.

New Media
I mentioned The Economist’s 1843 magazine in issue 15 of this newsletter. It will now transform into a digital version, and be found on The Economist’s site. I tweeted to the editor, Rosie Blau:
Martin Lindeskog🗽🌐💎☕️🍵🙃
@RosieBlau Thanks for your email. I am a new subscriber to the @1843mag. I am waiting for the first (and last paper?) issue of the magazine. I wrote about it in issue 15 of Lyceum Bulletin. #newmedia
Business Philosophy
Watch this video clip from The Wall Street Journal. I will write more about the situation in Hong Kong, in the near future…
Opinion: Nathan Law on Hong Kong Protests, China and Democracy
Good Life
FYI: I will take a short social media break on my birthday, on May 25, after I have recorded episode 40 of Presentation (Skills) in Plain English, together with my co-host, Carina Ridenius. Talking about breaks, take a moment and read Jean Moroney’s post, Keep Your Purpose in Mind to Keep Your Break on Track.
A personal call to action: If you want to wish me a happy birthday, you are welcome to send me a 🎁 gift, through PayPal. Thanks in advance! 🙃
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