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& “defining Human being” & “defining parameters & experience of , & , ... .... “?

Do *not* jus…
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november 2018 by davidorban
Create an Enemy to Achieve Your Goals – Hacker Noon
Kahled is a goon. ("outlandish" - that's far too polite)
Pressfield is a hack.
Are there no better people for examples of adversarial goals?
McGonigal at least is someone relatable even though this article is clearly based on the authors desire to write about McGonigal's book.
goals  adversaries  adversarial  adversary  adversity  challenges  ambition  structure  power  ability  powerlessness  resistance  scapegoating  escapegoat  psychology  bad.advice 
september 2018 by po
The Distribution of Users’ Computer Skills: Worse Than You Think
One of usability’s most hard-earned lessons is that you are not the user. This is why it’s a disaster to guess at the users’ needs. Since designers are so different from the majority of the target audience, it’s not just irrelevant what you like or what you think is easy to use — it’s often misleading to rely on such personal preferences.
oecd  computer  computing  users  user's  user  skills  skill  level  ability  worse  than  you  think 
august 2018 by theskett

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