A great read by my friend Selena on how many of us pretend to be happy online by filtering what we share on social media. As she went through a hard time, she discovered just how easy it is to hide our true feelings from the Internet.
If you read nothing else this week, I highly recommend this.
How automated do you think your next flight will be? It might be less than you think:
"In a recent survey of airline pilots, those operating Boeing 777s reported that they spent just seven minutes manually piloting their planes in a typical flight. Pilots operating Airbus planes spent half that time."
The Apple Watch started life as a velcro strap that held the iPhone to your wrist, before it evolved into what it is today.
As the team struggled to find the reason to release a Watch, it stumbled upon it: "Your phone is ruining your life."
A really awesome interview with Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield on what it was like shutting down his previous startup, income inequality and a whole lot more. I've got so much respect for how Stewart thinks about the world, even at the top of the startup game.
You've probably just got on 4G speeds and now you're wondering why we're even mentioning 5G so soon, right? Well, it's not that far away anymore and the possibilities it could offer are probably wildly beyond what you'd expect.
This is a great overview cutting through the noise of what 5G is and how it could change the world around us.