Weekly Download 14.12Posted: June 27, 2014 Filed under: Business, Leadership, Weekly Download | Tags: Apple, lizard brain, NPR Leave a comment
Here’s a recap of news and notes from around the Web that caught my attention over the past week or so.
How Did The Meter Get Its Length? If a foot equals 0.3048 of a meter, what is the length of a meter based on? Hint: it took a long time. Perhaps the precision wasn’t worth the effort!
Reinventing the Wheel gives proof that challenging historical conventions can make sense.
A corporate giant continues to evolve. The last time Apple split its stock, it was a completely different company. This month Apple’s stock split 7-for-1. What’s new since their last split in 2005?
The lizard brain is at work again, this time impacting our response to constructive feedback. When listening to criticism, don’t use the wrong part of your brain. Instead, tap into the mammalian side.