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Olivia's Weekly

September 29 · Issue #10 · View online
The latest news in tech, marketing, and what was actually interesting in tech and culture curated by @oliviameng from New York

It’s #10 🎂.
Hello and welcome, Thank you and thank you for giving away your precious email address to me. It’s been fun and fine, right?
In this special week’s issue, let’s talk about media and perfume! My top recommendation is a medium article published in 2016. Gabriel Stein figured out the possible survival roadmap for media publishers. He made a  prediction on this zero-sum game between news publisher and social platform. Even I am reading this piece today, a year later, the challenges have not been solved. On the surface, the business looks better and sounds better for today.  However, people are still battling the same conflict of interest. On the other hand, being able to experiment the format of the content is a critical part. Buzzfeed was able to stand out in this crowded internet world. The quiz, puzzle, cat gifts, XX things type of article, and rankings made Buzzfeed Buzzfeed. The audience recognizes the format even the content lives on the social.  The editorial identity is the key when competing on social. You’re who you are. 
Here is the final stretch for Civic Hall project. I have learned so much from this program. Last week, we sent out outline and product statement to our non-profit partner. ✌️
Here are the best of the rest
  • Joe Biden will deliver news briefings via Amazon Echo and Google Home
  • Very interesting illustrations about decision-making and professional sins. It’s very funny I promise. It’s been real. 💎
  • Dior and Natalie Portman made an amazing perfume and the new spot has 30 million YouTube views already, and the comments below couldn’t be more obsessively positive
Dior has always been at the forefront of showcasing the different sides of women. There is a connection between the modern women and Dior. I see it reflected in the duality of the fragrance. While the perfume has sweet, soft, and loving notes, it also has deep, earthy undertones that represent the different facets of the modern woman. We can be both elegant and strong.

Until next week!
Olivia


media
The viral publishing game is over and we all lost – Gabriel Stein – Medium
Newsonomics: Our Peggy Lee moment: Is that all there is to reader revenue? » Nieman Journalism Lab
Joe Biden will deliver news briefings via Amazon Echo and Google Home - The Verge
Look (what you made me do): I illustrated 10 of my professional sins
Everyone Is in Love With Natalie Portman’s Latest Ridiculously Stylish Miss Dior Ad – Adweek
Product Managment
Creating Pro Bono Tech That Works, Part 2 – Civic Hall Labs – Medium
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