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Matters Letters #1

Hej hej from Stockholm! I have been blogging since 2003 and also sent out weekly newsletters for my b

Matters Letters

October 30 · Issue #1 · View online
A product guy sharing things that made him think.

Hej hej from Stockholm! I have been blogging since 2003 and also sent out weekly newsletters for my blog, but never a more personal one like this (and never in English before!). Creating newsletters can be very time consuming, but luckily Revue has solved this a bit, by letting me auto-publish articles that I have saved on Pocket
In this newsletter I will share articles that I came across the last weeks or even months and marked as a must-read for myself. I think I read around 30 articles a week, in this newsletter you will find only 5 to 10 articles. The frequency will be no more than one per month, to keep the content interesting.
Most of the articles are about product management, entrepreneurship and next to that some lifehacking and health. It can also be something completely random that blew my mind somehow…
I hope you enjoy it! If you do, please don’t keep it a secret :-)

What's deadly dull and can save the world? (Hint: We can't stand it)
Long read, but worth it if you want to learn a bit more about the crazy world behind cryptocurrencies:
The Insanity and Brilliance at Ethereum’s Developer Conference
The Tech Bubble Didn’t Burst This Year. Just Wait - Bloomberg
Not sure if this solution solves it best, but I love the idea of having a cool solution for sharing Podcast snippets in a less boring way:
How ‘This American Life’ Plans to Solve Podcasts’ Shareability Problem
Internet of Things: A Primer for Product Managers – Medium
This last one is for everyone who HATES bad forms on the web, yes that would be everyone….. I also sincerely recommend reading more on this subject at LukeW’s spot.
Design Better Forms
That's all folks!
Find me @mattoquai for questions and feedback, or just reply to this e-mail.
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