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“Product Management with no User Experience Design creates functional products that don’t make users excited. User…
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RT : Finalmente, se le dio vuelta la tortilla a la tipa que hizo la funa. Era ella la enferma del mate que no permitía q…
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Walking through the office hall, I passed a colleague carrying a massive stack of post-its, scissors, and tape, and…
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RT : En donde mostraba constancias de incumplimiento al régimen por parte de la Mamá que no dejaba que el niño viera a s…
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My wish: TV product listings highlight and manufacturers innovate over "seconds from power off until HDMI-1 is visi…
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the committee in charge of the MUTCD just met
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Design leadership isn’t design management. Management is essential for a design team to succeed. But it’s not desig…
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RT : 💥London, Monday: Progressive arguments to help win a future campaign for a
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My own experience with the XR:

Best iPhone ever. Insane battery life, killer cameras, out of this world speed. It’s the best personal computer I’ve ever owned. It blows me away every single day that I use it. And I came from a 7 Plus, so I don’t really notice the lack of OLED.

— Zac Cichy (@zcichy) January 11, 2019
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10 days ago by mjtsai
The Exaggerated Promise of So-Called Unbiased Data Mining | WIRED
"Good research begins with a clear idea of what one is looking for and expects to find. Data mining just looks for patterns and inevitably finds some.

The problem has become endemic nowadays because powerful computers are so good at plundering Big Data. Data miners have found correlations between Twitter words or Google search queries and criminal activity, heart attacks, stock prices, election outcomes, Bitcoin prices, and soccer matches. You might think I am making these examples up. I am not."
10 days ago by jonerp
How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation
“I couldn’t figure out why small, straightforward tasks on my to-do list felt so impossible. The answer is both more complex and far simpler than I expected.”
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10 days ago by frankfarm
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Let's start 2019 with good resolutions : More experimentations and side projects!

Start with Raymarching.
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10 days ago by cshier
The Real Value of Facebook – Douglas Rushkoff – Medium
It feels like we’ve finally reached “peak Facebook.” Thanks in part to recent revelations about how the company gave access to user data and private messages to…
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Creative Ways to Use Natural Stone in Rosedale
One great way to get moving during the winter is to do some landscaping and hardscaping work around your Rosedale home. Here are some creative ways to use natural stone and give your curb appeal a much-needed boost!
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10 days ago by Adventure_Web
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hah! i also recently got burned on a misreported delay that was actually way longer and materialized late…
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