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2. This Facebook experiment (naturally) led to a backlash against Facebook. One of the data scientists involved in experiment said it was done two years ago, and that it was a small group of Facebook’s users, and the resulting mood swings were not gigantic.
3. At Quartz, there’s a long story about the problem with Silicon Valley startups and their insistence on finding people that are good fits for culture. It tends to create an environment where everyone is the same.
8. Apple employees always scurried away when they saw Steve Jobs eating lunch. They were worried he would check in on their work.
9. Fred Wilson, a VC who was an early investor in Twitter, thinks Twitter should make “Tweet Storming” a standard feature in its apps. Tweet Storming is when you tweet 1/, 2/, 3/, and so on.
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