Sunday assorted links

1. “Our results reveal that biographies remain in our communicative memory the longest (20–30 years) and music the shortest (about 5.6 years).

2. Facial boarding.

3. Erik Torenberg free lunch list.

4. “In 2016, Marriott Hotels, which had 19 hotel brands, merged with Starwood, which had 11. They didn’t abolish any brands in the merger, and so the company faced a challenge: How to explain to customers, or even to its own employees, what makes all 30 of these brands different from each other.”  Here is more from Josh Barro.

5. New Egyptian tomb discovered, what else to come?

6. Daniel Gross podcast on Pioneer and talent discovery, with Erik Torenberg.


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