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Wi Spa USA | 24 Hour Spa in Los Angeles
Learned about from Facebook Messenger convo with WDS LA (Sowmya).
korean-spa  spa  los-angeles 
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Quickparts Achieves ISO 9001:2000 Certification - PR.com
Atlanta, GA, September 27, 2006 --(PR.com)-- Quickparts, the leading provider of rapid prototypes and low-volume custom-manufactured production parts, proudly announces its Quality Management System (QMS) has been registered as compliant with the International Standard Organization’s ISO 9001:2000 certification.

ISO 9001:2000 is an international standard that outlines requirements for an organization’s QMS. It indicates a supplier’s development, deployment and execution of a systematic approach to quality management, with a focus on the enhancement of customer satisfaction. ISO 9000 has become an international reference for quality management requirements in business-to-business dealings.
julie-kerwin  quickparts  six-sigma  iso-certification  pr.com  press-releases 
4 days ago
Salary Story Of A Six Figure Tech Employee
Best Salary-Related Advice: “I’ve learned over the years to document all of the receipts so that you’re in a position to advocate for yourself. I repeatedly share my wins with my boss in my one-on-ones, or in other ways. I even Slack my CEO when I’ve had a big win. I used to let other people share my accomplishments, but I’ve learned to start sharing my own.”
refinery29.com  salary-negotiations  profiles  work-receipts 
6 days ago
Stephen Curry and Under Armour are giving back on All-Star Weekend
Rather than host an All-Star party Friday night, Curry was joined for the official reopening ceremony by his parents, Dell and Sonya; wife Ayesha; brother Seth and his fiancée, Callie Rivers, daughter of LA Clippers head coach Doc Rivers; and sister Sydel with her husband, Damion Lee, Stephen's teammate. Also on hand were North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles.
seth-curry  nba  nick-depaula  espn.com  stephen-curry  all-star-game  charlotte 
7 days ago
Matthew Hussey: three tips to become more attractive - Business Insider
Show different sides of you. I always call them "unique pairings." If you have two qualities in you that you don't normally find in the same person - that's a unique pairing.

It's the combination of qualities that makes us really attractive. Not just being dominant in one area.
dating  personality  mindset  matthew-hussey  businessinsider.com  claudia-romeo 
8 days ago
The trap of early feedback | Seth's Blog
If you’ve created something that will delight and astound 10% of the marketplace, there’s a 90% chance that the first person who encounters your work will dislike it. He might even hate it. In fact, if you do the math, you’ll see that there’s more than a 70% chance that the first THREE people will hate it. And if you give up then, you’ve just walked away from serving the people you set out to serve.

[Consider how much more resilient you might be if the first three people loved it. You might then persist in the face of 100 critics after that, simply because the early reviews were so positive. The order of feedback doesn’t change the ratio, but it certainly feels that way.]
seth-godin  feedback  mindset  psychology  startups 
11 days ago
Ramit’s 2018 manifesto: Rewriting your story
You and I like to believe that we make reasoned, rational decisions to do the things we do. In reality, lots of the things we do are driven by the stories we tell ourselves — the stories we may have never even thought about…and which might not even be real. This is extremely uncomfortable to contemplate.
ramit-sethi  storytelling  work-receipts  growthlab.com  manifesto  limiting-beliefs 
12 days ago
What you need to know about Clean Power Alliance, SoCal’s newest electric company - Los Angeles Times
Southern California Edison has been the region’s dominant electric utility for more than a century. But for nearly 1 million homes across the Southland, the days of Edison’s monopoly are ending.

Clean Power Alliance is becoming the default energy provider this month for residents of 29 cities, as well as unincorporated parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
latimes.com  electric-company  los-angeles  sammy-roth  southern-california-edison  clean-power-alliance 
12 days ago
Candice Payne Got 30 Hotel Rooms for Homeless People in Chicago During Severe Cold Snap - The New York Times
What started out as 30 rooms doubled to 60, Ms. Smith said. The rooms were only supposed to be occupied until Thursday, when temperatures in Chicago were expected to moderate. But with the donations Ms. Payne has received — more than $10,000 so far — she has been able to house the people in the hotel and feed them until Sunday.

“I am a regular person,” Ms. Payne said. “It all sounded like a rich person did this, but I’m just a little black girl from the South Side. I thought it was unattainable, but after seeing this and seeing people from all around the world, that just tells me that it’s not that unattainable. We can all do this together.”
chicago  candice-payne  sandra-e-garcia  nytimes.com 
12 days ago
Can a Journalist as Important as Jill Abramson Be a Plagiarist? – Hmm Daily
What she duplicated were “basic facts”—which is an easy thing to say, after someone else has gone out and collected and organized those facts.
journalism  jill-abramson  plagiarism  tom-scocca  michael-c-moynihan  merchants-of-truth-book  nytimes.com  hmmdaily.com 
15 days ago
Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism - PressThink
Learned about this article from Casey Newton's The Interface newsletter on 2/7/2019. Good to think about as I begin sharing the behind-the-scenes process of doing the podcast, how I find sources, etc.
jay-rosen  transparency  journalism  pressthink.org 
15 days ago
What I Learned Writing 60 Job Posts in 60 Days - Katrina Kibben
Job Description ≠ Job Posting ≠ Job Ad

- teach recruiters copywriting

- SEO is important: administrative assistant vs. office assistant

- If there are no specific requirements someone must meet, bullets actually detract people – not attract them.

- translate the skills required into everyday activities
katrinakibben.com  recruiting  copywriting  job-ads  job-posts  hiring 
16 days ago
Opinion | The Biden Fallacy - The New York Times
But this is a faulty view of how progress happens. Struggle against the powerful, not accommodation of their interests, is how Americans produced the conditions for its greatest social accomplishments like the creation of the welfare state and the toppling of Jim Crow. Without radical labor activism that identifies capitalism — and the bosses — as the vector for oppression and disadvantage, there is no New Deal. Without a confrontational (and at times militant) black freedom movement, there is no Civil Rights Act. If one of the central problems of the present is an elite economic class that hoards resources and opportunity at the expense of the public as a whole, then it’s naïve and ahistoric to believe the beneficiaries of that arrangement will willingly relinquish their power and privilege.
jamelle-bouie  democracy  incrementalism  nytimes.com  inequality  progress  politics  privilege  presidential-elections 
16 days ago
Spotify’s Podcast Aggregation Play – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The issue, as I laid out last year in Lessons From Spotify, is that Spotify’s primary cost driver is not, like most tech companies, fixed investments in R&D or Sales & Marketing, but rather marginal payouts to record labels. Basically, the more revenue Spotify makes the more its costs increase, which can be overcome at large enough revenue numbers — see last quarter — but limits the company’s long-term upside.

Meanwhile, for Spotify podcasts are fixed costs: that means that driving more listening flows directly to the company’s bottom line in a way that increased music listening does not. This is a very big deal — it is entirely possible that if Spotify succeeds in the space that podcasts will drive a relatively small percentage of revenue and a much larger percentage of profit.

This explains Spotify’s multi-prong approach:

Anchor provides a way to capture new podcasters, leading them either to Spotify advertising or, in the case of rising stars, to Spotify exclusives. Critically, because Spotify has access to all of the data, they can likely bring those suppliers on board at a far lower rate than they have to pay for established creators like Gimlet Media.
Spotify Advertising, as I just suggested, makes a strong play to be the dominant provider for the entire podcasting industry. Spotify Advertising is already operating at a far larger scale than Midroll, the incumbent player, and Spotify has access to the data of the second largest podcast player in the market.
Gimlet Media becomes an umbrella brand for a growing stable of Spotify exclusive podcasts. Critically, as I noted above, the majority of these podcasts come to Spotify not because Spotify pays them millions of dollars but simply because Spotify is better at monetizing than anyone else.
This will be the determinant as to whether or not Spotify’s podcast gambit succeeds: being an Aggregator doesn’t simply mean acquiring a large pool of captive customers, it means controlling the value chain such that suppliers come on to your platform on your terms because you monetize them better than anyone else, even as you capture the excess value.
stratechery.com  gimlet-media  spotify  anchor-fm  ben-thompson  acquisitions  podcasts 
16 days ago
After Scrutiny, Instacart Will End Its Controversial Tipping Policy
The policy, which attracted the ire of both its delivery workers and customers, meant Instacart used customer tips to subsidize the $10 per-delivery minimum base pay the company guarantees its workers, BuzzFeed News and other outlets reported earlier this week.
instacart  door-dash  buzzfeednews.com  caroline-odonovan  apoorva-mehta 
17 days ago
Get Good Tape (Sync) - Transom
Tape Sync is important for remote interviews - when the interviewer and interviewee are in different locations and the interviewee is recorded by another producer while they answer questions over the phone.

Note: in this article, published on 11/6/2014, to the questions "what will the payment be?" Answer: Most public radio shows pay between $100 and $150 for tape syncs.
transom.org  katie-mingle  podcast-production 
17 days ago
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