The ladder of life, the death of work, the cane toad of property and some other stuff

We start with a question. Why hasn’t the gig economy killed traditional work?, asks Greg Rosalsky and goes on to explain what many people have now realised. The answer, as Greg points out, is that the gig economy doesn’t replace traditional work, never has, and the rise of casual work …

6 holiday email campaign tactics to compete in crowded inboxes

Holiday sales for 2017 blew past the National Retail Federation’s estimates to include an increase of 5.5 percent over the same November – December period in 2016. The $691.9 billion sales number included more than $138.4 billion in online and non-store sales and represented an almost 12-percent increase from 2016. If …

The Rise of the No-Code Movement

In the internet age, technological innovation has largely been driven by a community of software engineers, web developers, and hardware hackers. Until recently, acclaimed startup accelerator Y Combinator only accepted founding teams with technical backgrounds. Furthermore, the most valuable companies of today are tech-enabled, so there’s been a focus on …