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  • It has long been rumored that Medium would let you monetize your posts on the service, and a new interview with Evan Williams, Medium’s CEO, confirms that the company plans to launch that very soon.Williams told the BBC that the company plans to launch monetization by the end of this quarter, which includes advertising but won’t allow banner ads, instead focusing on ‘sponsored content. (TNW)
  • The Italian soccer club AS Roma  has won six out of its last seven games, a result that has thrilled fans.One reason for the winning streak, according to Chris Pallotta, an investment officer at Raptor Capital Management, is the club’s relationship with a San Francisco-based analytics startup called

    Spun out of the University of California San Francisco, which is the UC system’s health sciences school, and founded by two amateur soccer players, has created software that helps AS Roma scout players, group players and analyze before a game how the opposing team is expected to perform. (WSJ)

  • In 2015, Netflix accounted for about half of the overall 3% decline in TV viewing time among U.S. audiences, according to a new study by Michael Nathanson of MoffettNathanson. The analyst calculated that based on an estimate that Netflix’s domestic subs streamed 29 billion hours of video last year (Netflix said members worldwide watched 42.5 billion hours in 2015). That would represent 6% of total American live-plus-7 TV viewing reported by Nielsen (up from 4.4% in 2014). (Variety)
  • The Cult of Done Manifesto (source)
  • The Future of Jobs (World Economic Forum) (pdf)
  • The Robot Renaissance Map (pdf) (source)
  • Multitasking is Killing Your Brain (Medium)
  • What’s Next in Computing? (Medium)
  • IOT for Smart City (Slideshare)
  • Türkiye’de Mobilin Gücü (Slideshare)