By now, you’ve likely read at least something about the changes Facebook is making to the algorithm that determines what you see in your News Feed. Facebook’s aim, as stated by founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is to focus on more “meaningful social interactions.” Of course, pretty much all three of those words are open to interpretation...
At Common People United, we like to focus on “work that matters.” Usually, that phrase is in reference to our own work or our clients’ work. But sometimes, we just have to stop and take note of others who are doing important work, especially if it involves digital tools.
September 26, would have been the late Gloria Anzaldua‘s 75th birthday. If you don‘t know who she is, you should. And, in case you missed it, Tuesday‘s Google Doodle celebrated her magical mix of scholarship, activism, and art.
I’ve noticed myself throwing around the word “rationale” a lot lately. For example, when someone on my team presents an idea that I don’t quite get, I ask, “What’s the rationale?” Or if a client requests a revision and my teammate disagrees with it, I say, “Did you explain your rationale for the original decision?”