@tconrad - Twitter Profile Analysis
Analysis of 199 tweets by Tom Conrad, from 02 Nov 2020 to 17 Sep 2021.
Jack Appleby @JuiceboxCA
Some PTO advice from various friends, mentors, and colleagues:
- USE YOUR PTO
- if you’re on unlimited PTO, use 3+
weeks, otherwise what’s the point?
- Delete email + slack off your phone
- People who use their PTO often get
more promotions (google the study)
Laurens aka Jo @Iamreallykoel @tconrad @mulligan
already does this for years. Not on the scale you mention, they’re integrating and expanding as we speak over the globe. Thousands of tickets sold every day. Check them out!
David Spinks @DavidSpinks
Did you know that @NotionHQ
has a subreddit for their users with over 140k members?
The community was founded and continues to be run by users. The company is supportive and active, but they don't actually run the community.
Incredible example of a community-led business!
Benedict Evans @benedictevans
Did Facebook really do Snap Spectacles, five years later, but without looking at the social signalling and consideration that went into them?
Sam Mason de Caires @sammdec
Incoming thread 🧵
The first time I realised I wanted to build things with code was when my dad smuggled Doom onto our family computer as a kid without my mum knowing, the idea that something so enthralling could arrive on like 6 floppy discs was amazing!
Marco Rogers @polotek
Some of you might be asking why I'm so salty about this. I think hustle porn is incredibly harmful to young people. It gives them unrealistic ideas about what it takes to be successful. It preaches about all these shortcuts and steers people away from actual smart decisions.
Robleh Jama 🌊 @robjama
I’m doing a Loot hackathon this weekend. Building something fun with a few friends. We’re looking for a web dev and iOS dev to join the squad. If you’re down for a loot-a-thon HMU DMs are open. Inspired by @jmj @dhof
Jack Altman @jaltma
"Being good to employees" means:
- high autonomy and trust
- flexible work
- meaningful equity
- stretch roles that are new and challenging
- marathon-not-sprint hours expectations
- investing in quality management
- treating employees like customers
Nobody likes to admit that they got successful through a string of luck that started at birth.
Yes, they may have worked hard but so did a lot of other people.
Retweets2 - iamharaldur
1 - nabilahiman
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1 - Bandrew
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1 - @Levels
1 - @therouteapp
1 - @yaboinick
1 - @trevoredenton
1 - @TheAthletic
1 - @Square
1 - @cmhandel
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