😯 Your Crisps Addiction Explained 😮

Aren't we always fooled by science and marketing

Bank Holiday isn’t going to stop your must reads, enjoy the read and have a great long weekend for those in 🇬🇧 otherwise enjoy your weekends.

🤩 Your Five For Friday 🤩

  1. 🥤Pepsi billboard in space? They wanted to and stopped it

  2. 😋Crisps are like peoples food crack - here is why (thanks for sharing Matt Ridout)

  3. 🧨Fyre festival keeps on giving, Netflix and Hulu might get sued for documentaries

  4. 💪 Beautiful story: A marine finishes the Boston Marathon by crawling

  5. 📰 Why a hugely popular Instagram account is becoming a newspaper (and likely to see this more and more)


❤️ Marketing / Growth / Advertising ❤️


💵 Business 💵


🚀 Product 🚀

The next cool product - Discord with 315million messages per day (It has more than users than slack)

Here is a previous share from March 15th must read newsletter - everything you need to know about marketing on discord


"Quote that resonated with me this week " 
Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower - Steve Jobs


🎧 Must Listen Of The Week 🎧

Tim Ferriss interview Eric Schmidt - worth 90 mins if you want to hear back story of Google, the future and how important coaching is

Otherwise Go binge Blackout, it’s awesome - there are three series of ads but its worth a couple of hours.

🤔Final Thought 🤔

Facebook’s shady operations haven’t stopped, this week has been full of more drama and misinformation (Instagram passwords stored in plaintxt, asked for email log ins and used for adding friends and targeted ads, & allowing racist and anti-semantic stickers on Whatsapp).

At some point we have to understand what value exchange Facebook and it’s suite of tools are really offering us and whether we want such questionable behaviours happening constantly.
If this was any other company you’d have seen a huge campaign to delete facebook and associated apps.
Maybe in the era of smartphone addiction we have been programmed to allow free (utility) apps to dictate what’s acceptable or not.


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Thanks - Danny Denhard