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Good morning! If you’re doing industrial-strength video editing on an iPad, you’re probably doing it in LumaFusion. The $30 app is the undisputed leader among video editors that go beyond Apple’s iMovie in ambition; even Apple itself recently named it as the year’s best iPad app. Behind the software is a company called LumaTouch that’s run by Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris, two veterans of the video-software industry. Jared Newman talked to them about the frustrations at their previous gigs that led them to create their own company and product, why they’ve been so successful, and a looming question that could have a big impact on their future: What happens if Apple decides to put its own advanced editor, Final Cut Pro, on the iPad? Read more here.
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A new meeting style to try in 2022

This standard ritual can turn into a powerhouse of culture and ideation. It can help build morale, increase retention, and ultimately lead to successful outcomes for the end customer.

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6 simple Microsoft Teams tricks to make you more productive

Mark messages as really important, shuttle information between Teams and email, and more.

Tech company Bolt is permanently embracing a 4-day workweek

In an exclusive interview, founder and CEO Ryan Breslow says he thinks other fast-growing companies will follow suit.

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The metaverse is a second chance to right the wrongs of social media. Here’s how

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Companies are thinking about boosters: What you need to know
The federal government hasn’t yet signed off on booster-shot mandates. Ground zero for them, then, might seem like it would be progressive states. But so far, it’s a mixed bag pulling the trigger. 
The battleground state of New Mexico was the first to pass a rule requiring hospital and school workers to be boosted by January 17. Other local governments are said to be considering it. 
Meanwhile, the private sector is also increasingly warming up to the move. Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group said in late December that dining indoors at any of its dozen-plus restaurants. 
The number of companies mandating boosters for their employees could take off in the coming months. A survey of some 200 large employers conducted a few weeks ago found 8% of them are rethinking what constitutes “fully vaccinated” in their mind.
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