Trying to manage large projects with your team can sometimes feel like juggling while defusing a bomb. It’s tough to keep everyone on the same page while getting actual work done. So when Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein were helping to build Facebook and needed a tool that fostered effective collaboration, they decided to build their own. That tool became Asana. We caught up with Dustin and Justin to learn about their process, challenges and advice for aspiring developers.
Private parts are never going to taste like chocolate cake or a glazed doughnut — and that’s OK. Men and women’s natural smells and tastes are part of human sexuality, and as long as you’re healthy, there’s nothing wrong with how the universe made you. But there are a few things you can eat and drink to smell and taste “better”.
I first connected with Jamie Todd Rubin last year while researching Evernote Ambassadors. (Jamie is Evernote’s paperless living ambassador, meaning he’s passionate about using Evernote and other programs to live digitally and clutter-free.) He’s also a prolific science fiction writer, blogger, software developer and dad. I caught up with Jamie to find out his tips for writing every day, going paperless and so much more.
We’ve been fans of the to-do app Wunderlist for years. It won us over from the start with its minimalist, easy-to-use design, and every update brought even better features. Wunderlist was also selected as Apple’s 2013 App of the Year. We caught up with founder and CEO Christian Reber to find out how one of our favourite apps came to life.
You might say Charles Duhigg is a man of habit, and he’d probably say that we all are. His book, The Power of Habit, examines why we’re prone to forming patterns of behaviour — both good and bad — and how we can use that process to take the reins on life and work. We caught up with the New York Times journalist to discuss some habits of his own.