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News reports about the COVID-19 pandemic can be overwhelming and lack context. I write this at the end-of-day from the Seattle-area. Everything is fact-based; all reported cases have links. My goal: protect your time & your psyche...
The most important contributions on the political, economic, and social effects of the unfolding crisis. We’ve trained our curation system, which rests on a mix of algorithmic and human curation, on the coronavirus crisis. Like with our 60+ regular
Created by Maggie Rauch, a 20-year travel industry veteran and until very recently head analyst at online travel research firm Phocuswright, Clarity in Crisis is a resource for travel industry leaders looking for insights on the current moment,
Emails from Mike with thoughts about I'm dealing with this coronavirus madness. I’m a guy in San Francisco and CEO of Onward. These newsletters are usually about what’s going on in my life. Right now that’s all about my experience with the
COVID-19 is confusing. We are here with facts about the virus. How does it spread? How is it treated? Who does it affect most? Unbiased information to help you make good decisions. We are a team of researchers and students at Brown, MIT, Harvard,
A newsletter about the complexity of making good public policy in the midst of a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged global policy makers in ways unheard of in most of our lifetimes. Fraught as they were, the credit crisis
Become a better communicator, a better leader, and a better human. Leadership, strategy and communications can be a bit dry, and in some cases, authors make solutions sound prescriptive. As if a list or a formula will help you out of your jam.
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