Gruvi Weekly Digest #35 — A weekly catch up on what we found interesting at Gruvi.
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Facebook continues the balancing act between keeping users engaged and advertisers happy – CPM prices are ticking up, while creative options are improving.
Johnny, Lead Developer
This Is Your Life in Silicon Valley | Sunil Rajaram on Medium
Rajaraman crosses influences from Mike Judge and Bret Easton Ellis to describe an average day in paradise.
Mirona, Marketing Lead
A Look at How Suicide Squad is Defying Critics | The Atlantic
“So hold on: Is Suicide Squad good or bad?”. The answer depends on who you ask. The movie is record breaking not just in financial terms, but also through its ability to divide audiences and critics. In the meantime, the film’s revenue has doubled and it has already reached the 9th position in the ranking of highest grossing superhero movies.
Franco, Digital Designer
No alcohol, no coffee for 15 months. This is what happened. | Tobias van Schneider on Medium
“Exactly today I haven’t had a single drop of alcohol or coffee in 15 months. A couple of my friends on Facebook & Twitter asked me to write about my experience, so here it is, in a nutshell.”
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Is your Snapchat strategy ready? Here’s why we think it should be:
What can be done about online piracy? Here’s our take:
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