Weekly Roundup for July 13

Weekly Roundup for July 13

Another great week here at Social Change Consulting. Here is the Scoop.it wrapping up some of our favorite links from the past week.

  • A great story on how a dedicated teacher took a small idea and is helping to change the financial gap in education.
  • A quick piece from Mashable on how disengaged employees can kill your productivity and how to keep them happier.
  • Only 4% of Fortune 500 company CEOS are using Twitter. This seems like a missed opportunity for strengthening their brand.
  • PR Daily has a nice article that talks about the best ways to use infographics.
  • Don’t know what to do with the old pay phone booths in your city? Turn them into free wifi hotspots like New York is currently rolling out.
  • This is an interesting Fast Company piece about the changing consumption habits of millennials and why owning something isn’t as important as it previously was.
  • 10 dumb things I’ve learned from brilliant people – a fantastic look on how even the smartest people can change their thinking in the workplace.
  • Are you going on a roadtrip this summer? You should check out Roadtrip which create a playlist of local artists based on the cities you’re traveling through.
  • Lastly, are you a Yahoo email user? Be sure to check if you were impacted by the recent password leak that happened this week.

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