What article have you recently read that you recommend everyone to read?
I find it hard to find articles that I think more people should read.. I find most of them pretty much spam (cough medium cough). I created this thread so you can recommend some articles that you read and found interesting.
It doesn't matter about what it is, recommend away!
My whole posting history is a list of articles that I recommend you read. That's why I posted them!
That's what I was thinking as I was going through my history -- isn't this thread basically the whole point of Tildes? And other link aggregation sites.
As you say, the whole point of Tildes is to share articles that we think other people will be interested in reading. Most posts on this website represent someone recommending an article for other people to read.
That's why I was a bit flummoxed by @user2's question - because the whole of Tildes is populated with article recommendations.
Definitely Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma, and the Quest to Kill eBay. Very well-written piece with a nice analysis of markets and how to approach them; written by someone who used to work for amazon.
Very interesting read, especially considering the context of Tildes providing a similar service to Reddit.
THE LAST GENERATION, which is an interactive piece that PBS put out last year about the generation of children currently growing up the marshall islands who are likely to see most of their nation disappear or be rendered virtually uninhabitable within their lifetimes due to sea level rise. aside from being technically one of the most competent pieces of journalism in the past few years, it's a pretty stark reminder of what's going to happen to a lot of pacific islands in the next 30 to 50 years.
Really cool, thanks for sharing! Really shows how the behaviours of the people who live in highly-industrialized world could be killing those who did nothing to deserve this.
This is a fairly old one but everyone should read it because you might end up saving someone's life as a result.
Drowning doesn't look like drowning