Here is the weekly selection of best tweeted content between 11 and 17 January 2015:
- A very dear subject, re-analysed by TrueVault's Jason Wang for VentureBeat - how to make health apps really stand out and prove themselves useful for our everyday activities in 2015;
- Yet another marketplace for freelancers? Working Nomads aims to provide you with a curated list of remote jobs based on your expertise, directly to your inbox;
- Marketers, you should take a look at DMNews' list of terms you should get used to in 2015. Piece of advice? Cater specifically to "conscious capitalism";
- Online courses platforms can really be profitable - take Lynda.com's example, which has been around for 20 years and profitable from it's second year; no wonder they only raised their second round of investment this week;
- Tech behemoths Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel appear to have reached a settlement of at least $380 million in the 2011 pending case over employee non-poaching arrangement, The Next Web reported, and they also published a good piece by Jason Zook on reinventing yourself in 2015;
- Give Elon Musk a lifetime award for the most aspirational guy on the planet, if not for something else. His latest idea? Using satellites to provide Internet access for speeds and prices that would allow unconnected parts of the world to enjoy connectivity.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "I would like to get to know you and be your friend. And I believe you don't have many friends. I don't have either. I don't trust people that think they have many friends. It's a sign they do not understand other people." (Carlos Ruiz Zafon, The Angel's Game)