Dunking on #Brands, and Other Unintelligible-Ten-Years-Ago Subject Lines
Well hello, lovely humans. Have I told you lately how much I enjoy our morning time together? I truly appreciate the opportunity to brain dump headlines into your inbox every morning.
If you read one thing this week about the Mueller report, it should be this Benjamin Wittes (Lawfare Blog) byline in The Atlantic, Five Things I Learned From the Mueller Report.
Headline I can’t stop laughing at: Chase bank tried to be relatable on Twitter and got absolutely dunked on. (but also, what a nightmare for whomever is manning Chase’s social media… and from the story, we get the greatest twitter response to their #motivationmonday)
Headline that I never, EVER expected and/or wanted to read: Trump lashes out against Firefighters Union hours after Biden endorsement.
A headline we should all have tattooed on us: No to Pseudoscientific Diets! Yes to Less Stress About Food!
Today, in the social impacts of technology on bias and crafting history: The Racial Bias Built Into Photography.
And finally, I love writer and comedian Sara Benincasa so very much anyways, but I extra special love her when she writes pieces like this: In Defense of the Unrequited Crush. (swoon!)
This here's a short one, but you can still be kind to each other, mmmkay?