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WWW (06.12.17)

Impact
Jun 15, 2017

WWW (06.12.17)

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This Email From Elon Musk to Tesla Employees is a Master in Emotional Intelligence 

Now that Elon Musk is no longer pledging allegiance to Donald Trump, he is being critized for a new development as of late. Worksafe, a non-profit worker’s safety advocacy group, let the world know that his California car plant had an injury rate 30 percent higher than 2014 and 2015’s industry average. Elon’s response? A heartfelt letter to his staff that proves he knows how to win over a crowd, assuring his employees he’s a swell guy. Read and learn.

 

Via AnOther Magazine

Sofia Coppola’s Colour Palettes

This retrospective is a bit different. In honor of The Beguiled, Another Magazine explores the acclaimed filmmaker’s stunning, hazy color palette from her catalogue.

Via New York Times

Bernie Sanders: How Democrats Can Stop Losing Elections 

We didn’t know it was possible, but Bernie Sanders writing is just as passionate and thoughtful as his speaking. Whether or not you’re a fan, the politician has a smart argument for how Democrats can start winning again. One suggestion? Don’t be so concerned with being too left.

Via NYLON

Katy Perry Is Struggling to Stay Relevant—And It Shows 

Have you noticed too? It may sound a bit harsh, but Katy Perry seems a bit desperate lately. This opinion piece is witty, but it’s also quite informative because it makes sense why Katy is acting the way she is acting. Afterall, she is competing with a slew of other, newer talent.

Via New York Times

Talking to Boys the Way We Talk to Girls

Father’s Day is here, which is a nice excuse to spoil Dad. The holiday also sparks conversations about what it means to be a Dad and, subsequently, what we teach our children (or future children) about gender roles. One question this feature raises is, “Why do we limit the emotional vocabulary of boys?”