Enlaces junio 2017

Publicado por Alberto Gómez Aparicio en Comunicación, Enlaces, Innovación, Salud

Un mes algo más productivo que los últimos, con enlaces bastante centrados en el mundo de la salud, lo cual es una sorprendente coincidencia. Y no es porque haya tenido más tiempo o más dedicación, simplemente ha sucedido.

Y habría algún enlace más si no se hubiera producido un fallo en Buffer que ha retenido varios de los enlaces que pretendía compartir. Pero bueno, seguramente saldrán en la recopilación del mes de julio.

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How The NBA Became The World’s Most Tech-Savvy Sports League

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My Company Tried Slack For Two Years. This Is Why We Quit

Slack the product wasn’t the issue. It was real-time messaging itself that was the problem