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Happy, happy Tuesday!

I hope you had a productive long weekend!

Here are the three articles that caught my eye!

Do amazing things today. I’m in your corner.

I love you all!

Nick

@nickhtang

P.S. You will be inspired by @drewberryIV tweet. A big thank you to Char Adams, PhD, MPH, MA for finding and tweeting it to the Twitter Universe:

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Stay at home workout

Go for a walk. Just go for a walk. With your pets, your kid(s). By yourself. Or with someone else. Just move.

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Up, down the stairs

I‘ll be honest with you – I love using my Dyson vacuum cleaner. Not only can I swap out the parts from my old one, but it’s an innovative product. On the positive side, I won’t have to clean the stairs if Dyson invents this robot (I will still clean the stairs. For me, cleaning = exercise): link

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Under. The. Sea

ICYMI. There are a lot of jobs being done at an aquarium: link

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It’s out of date

The key idea? “[t]he business of free, ad-supported linear TV has changed so quickly during the pandemic that what worked 18 months ago is already out of date. The great irony, however, is the road to future success may lay in copying techniques developed in the decades-old playbook for broadcasting success.” In other words, at some point, the software will eat the broadcast industry: link  

Author: Research King

My real name is Nick but my clients call me the Research King. Why? Because I love researching and finding information. And they’re literally amazed when I find the information for them. I love analyzing how technology influences the media and entertainment world. Because the media and entertainment industry is constantly changing. And technology is playing a big role in changing it (from CD’s to live-streaming). Finally, I love coffee, going to the gym/working out and anything to do with athletic leisure clothing (I’m a big Lululemon fan). P.S. If you need to follow me on social media: Twitter: @nickhtang Instagram: @the_information_guru

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