When they ask in an interview if you have questions, yes, you do. If you don't have any others, ask one or more of these:— J, Just J, Yes, Just The Letter (@jwynia) May 19, 2021
What does an average week look like for someone working on this team?
After I've been in this job for a year, what would success look like?
Earth Day is an opportunity to renew our shared commitment to protecting the planet we call home. As global leaders convene for this week's climate summit, Apple is doing our part with innovation and science-backed solutions.🌎 https://t.co/CfpkTI49Nd pic.twitter.com/21tvQAEba9— Lisa P. Jackson (@lisapjackson) April 22, 2021
I’ve never met a successful executive (regardless of industry, function, gender, etc) who didn’t check email on the weekends or ‘after 5pm.’— Megan Quinn (@msquinn) April 10, 2021
Work-life blend became a reality well over a decade ago. Owning that is more powerful then blindly saying it isn’t true to succeed.
Progress over perfection.— Shane Parrish (@ShaneAParrish) March 9, 2021
When you are constantly moving in the right direction, perfection is unnecessary.
Allow setting of decimals / number format at a global level— Wyn Hopkins (@wynhopkins) December 4, 2020
These positive phrases can help you better support those around you. 👐 https://t.co/8AlXEigmCr— Grammarly (@Grammarly) November 8, 2020
how it started how it's going pic.twitter.com/fDzxIynG7Q— Seattle-Tacoma Intl. Airport (@flySEA) October 9, 2020
Thousands of Taiwanese were invited to vote in the "We are Taiwan" Passport Cover Design Competition. The winners have been decided -- and bubble tea fans won't be impressed https://t.co/cuKpia5cBP— CNN International (@cnni) September 3, 2020
Square, Compass, Dashlane, TransferWire. pic.twitter.com/zuilj8nVN4— Andrew Price (@AndrewAPrice) August 7, 2020
Netflix, Twitter, Slack, Apple/Adobe. pic.twitter.com/ZOUVOpASBX— Andrew Price (@AndrewAPrice) August 7, 2020
I'm told we build glass and steel towers because that's what companies want.— Andrew Price (@AndrewAPrice) August 7, 2020
Yet the most profitable tech companies are prefering traditional buildings for their NYC offices.
Photos are the NYC offices of: eBay, Google, Facebook (currently), Facebook (future expansion) pic.twitter.com/re1PcJhOqV
In case you wonder why after 21 years I just can’t imagine working anywhere else👇 https://t.co/VZXO0wZaQm— Dave Clark (@davehclark) July 29, 2020
“You’re on mute”— Stephanie Stimac 🔮 Web Witch (@seaotta) June 24, 2020
Is the work phrase of 2020.
If I had one bit of wisdom to give new parents it is this: no choclate, no ice cream, no cookies, no crackers, no chips of any kind for the first 6 years of their life, no matter how cute they are when they get it.— Miguel de Icaza 💉💉 🎉 (@migueldeicaza) June 22, 2020
I turned 50 today which is surreal. I feel dumb sharing these words but here are some sappy thoughts.— Sho Kuwamoto (@skuwamoto) January 26, 2020
Now that iOS and Android native cameras automatically detect and read QR codes, I believe they will finally become a thing in the West in the coming years. Anecdotally, I see more people using their vCard QR code as lock screen wallpaper to easily share contact info (good hack)— David Marcus (@davidmarcus) January 26, 2020
Just learned that Microsoft Advanta campus used to be Bellevue Airfield! pic.twitter.com/PmUGC80gyy— Kim Manis (@kimmanis) January 25, 2020