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Creating a productive workplace for people is all about context - Workplace Insight
The quest for a proper understanding of the links between the places we work, the things with which we fill them and our wellbeing and productivity has been ongoing for a very long time. via Pocket
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Refactorings Roundup 10/07/18 — 11/12/18
One of the interesting realizations I’ve had curating these links from a crowdsourced firehose is that the web looks subtly different from the perspective of a weakly interacting read/write crowd with a semi-permeable boundary, like a Mastodon instance fed by a hyperlocal blogosphere neighborhoo via Pocket
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A Tragedy in Yemen, Made in America - The New York Times
Just before midnight, a businessman named Rabee’a was on the phone, trying to calm his friend down. Rabee’a owned a drill rig, and his friend had heard stories from elsewhere in Yemen about jets bombing well sites. It was Sept. via Pocket
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Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Redefining Work - Leveraging Human Capabilities in a Future of Expanding Automation
How will labor markets evolve in our 21st century digital economy?  What’s the likely future of jobs, given that our increasingly smart machines are now being applied to activities requiring intelligence and cognitive capabilities that not long ago were viewed as the exclusive domain of humans?  via Pocket
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There is no there: Workplace in 2019 | workessence
I promised myself at the start of 2018 that I would always maintain a positive focus in my blog – if I disagreed with something I would say what I would rather see instead, if something was annoying me I would point to how I felt it might be improved. That sort of thing. via Pocket
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Ford’s New $45M Advanced Manufacturing Center in Redford Township Utilizes 3-D Printers, Virtual Reality - Daily News - Annual 2018 - Detroit, MI
Ford's new Advanced Manufacturing Center incorporates 3-D printing, collaborative robots, and virtual reality into production processes. About 100 engineers are working at Ford Motor Co. via Pocket
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11 Great Craftspeople Who Can Make You A Table
This website uses cookies to improve your experience navigating our site. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. via Pocket
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Coworking Megatrend Predictions for 2019 (and a Bombshell)
As founder of GCUC, the world’s largest coworking conference series, I travel the world learning about coworking. At the end of each year, I look ahead to where the coworking world is going and share my predictions for the coming year. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
How-To: Pantone's Color of the Year | Create
You can combine your own photographs or stock photos. I chose mine from Adobe Stock. The main subject is a runner, and I used paint splashes (one, two, three, and four) and a paint texture to create the splash effect. I saved the images to my Creative Cloud Library. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
What GM’S Layoffs Reveal About the Digitalization of the Auto Industry
News that General Motors plans to cut up to 14,800 jobs in the U.S. and Canada was initially reported as a conventional business-cycle adjustment — a “trimming of the sails.” The main causes of the cuts were understood to be slowing demand in the U.S. via Pocket
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Announcing the winners of the 2018 AN Best of Design Awards - Archpaper.com
The 2018 AN Best of Design Awards was our most exceptional yet. After expanding the contest to a whopping 45 categories and opening the competition to all of North America (including Canada and Mexico), we received more than 800 submissions, which made the judging more difficult than ever. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The 5 ways to be MECE - Mastering the core MECE techniques • Crafting Cases
(This article is the final part of the series “The 5 ways to be MECE”, to go back to part 8, click here. via Pocket
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The 5 ways to be MECE - How to create Issue Trees • Crafting Cases
Remember this chart from Part 2 of this series? It showed you if you learn the 5 techniques to be MECE you’ll never run out of structures again. That you can find several MECE structures to any question your interviewer raises to you. via Pocket
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The 5 ways to be MECE - Opposite words • Crafting Cases
Imagine if I could teach you, in less than 30 seconds, a way to structure any case interview question. Too good to be true, right? Then let me share a story. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The 5 ways to be MECE - Segmentations • Crafting Cases
Almost every great structure has a lot of nuance to it. One way to add nuance is to embed a few relevant segmentations within it. Segmentations are mostly overused as a way to structure a problem in part because they’re easy to learn, in part because they’re easy to teach. via Pocket
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The 5 ways to be MECE - Conceptual frameworks • Crafting Cases
How do you solve any high school physics problem? Most people would look for the appropriate formula to solve that specific problem. A few complicated problems would require a few formulas instead of only one, but it doesn’t go much further than that. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The 5 ways to be MECE - Process structures • Crafting Cases
When I started preparing for case interviews I had a lot of difficulties learning how to structure. I troubled me when people told me “you know, you just have to break down the problem into its component parts”. Yeah, right. If it were that easy, everyone could do it. via Pocket
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The 5 ways to be MECE - Algebraic structures • Crafting Cases
What if I told you basic high school algebra is one of the keys to always have a custom MECE structure for just about any problem? Crazy, right? That’s exactly what Algebraic structures are: applied algebra. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The 5 ways to be MECE - How to never run out of structures again • Crafting Cases
You know the dream: creating a custom structure for any case, in less than a minute, with the interviewer staring at you, in one of the most anxiety-ridden moments of your life. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The 5 Ways to be MECE in Case Interviews • Crafting Cases
Every rookie case interviewer we’ve met mentions they wish they could improve on one of these three things before their interviews: To know how to start any case, no matter how uncommon (maybe not with the best structure, but at least a good one) To show great confidence on interview day To effor via Pocket
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The Definitive Guide to Issue Trees • Crafting Cases
Issue Trees (also known as “Logic Trees” and “Hypothesis Trees”) are THE most fundamental tool to structure and solve problems in a systematic way. Mastering them is a requirement if you want to get a job in a top consulting firm, such as McKinsey, Bain and BCG. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
The Housing Boom Is Already Gigantic. How Long Can It Last? - The New York Times
We are, once again, experiencing one of the greatest housing booms in United States history. How long this will last and where it is heading next are impossible to know now. via Pocket
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Jay Alix bankrolls dream team to take on consulting giant McKinsey
Alix denies his goal is to put McKinsey, which also operates an office in Detroit at the Renaissance Center, out of business. "I absolutely want McKinsey in business," Alix said. "It's in my commercial self-interest to have a healthy and legal McKinsey. AlixPartners is on the same playing field. via Pocket
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yesterday by archizoo
Set the Conditions for Anyone on Your Team to Be Creative
One of the most damaging myths about creativity is that there is a specific “creative personality” that some people have and others don’t. Yet in decades of creativity research, no such trait has ever been identified. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
I don’t care to die on any hill I’m actually capable of climbing
Survival is your basic job. Everything else comes second. Yet, we humans routinely misunderstand what survival entails. Almost all the time, survival means walking away while you're still capable of fighting on, rather than fighting to the death. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
At once tiny and huge: what is this feeling we call ‘sublime’? | Aeon Ideas
Have you ever felt awe and exhilaration while contemplating a vista of jagged, snow-capped mountains? Or been fascinated but also a bit unsettled while beholding a thunderous waterfall such as Niagara? Or felt existentially insignificant but strangely exalted while gazing up at the clear, starry nig via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Madison Club
“The talented design team at STUDIO LIFE/STYLE excels at creating contemporary luxury through their refined aesthetic, perfectly balanced with welcoming comfort and functionality” Carefully curated, relaxed yet sophisticated, beautiful and just a little bit fun. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
AlphaZero: Shedding new light on the grand games of chess, shogi and Go | DeepMind
In late 2017 we introduced AlphaZero, a single system that taught itself from scratch how to master the games of chess, shogi (Japanese chess), and Go, beating a world-champion program in each case. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Why Predicting Trends Doesn’t Help Prepare For The Future
Do a search for “trends” on Amazon, and you will find that there is a book written on the subject every 15 minutes. This mountain of books is due to the fact that many people believe trends to be the beating heart of futures thinking and foresight. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
Gain a global perspective on the US and go beyond with curated news and analysis from 600 journalists in 50+ countries covering politics, business, innovation, trends and more. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Nike and Boeing Are Paying Sci-Fi Writers to Predict Their Futures
Sci-Fi has always inspired inventors and entrepreneurs. So instead of waiting for the future, the world’s biggest corporations are employing Sci-Fi writers to conjure it for them. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
spatial web & the future of work
What is the future of work? Is our future one of ‘technological socialism’ (where technology is taking care of our needs)? via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
The Spatial Web - Part 1
The boundaries between digital and physical space are disappearing at a breakneck pace. What was once static and boring is becoming dynamic and magical. For all of human history, looking at the world through our eyes was the same experience for everyone. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Why Perks No Longer Cut It for Workers - WSJ
The most successful companies give employees a sense of belonging. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
How to Stop Apps From Tracking Your Location - The New York Times
Hundreds of apps can follow your movements and share the details with advertisers, retailers and even hedge funds. Here’s how to limit the snooping. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret - The New York Times
The millions of dots on the map trace highways, side streets and bike trails — each one following the path of an anonymous cellphone user. One path tracks someone from a home outside Newark to a nearby Planned Parenthood, remaining there for more than an hour. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
The 4 Secrets Of Superengaged Employees | Corporate Rebels
Brighton is arguably Britain’s most progressive city. There seems to be a place for everyone. It is almost impossible to be a misfit here. And it’s a vibrant hotspot for start-ups in the UK. But that’s not all. Brighton is also home to a company that is serious about superengaged employees. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
Love Is Not a Permanent State of Enthusiasm: An Interview with Esther Perel | The New Yorker
From the New Yorker Festival, the couples therapist and podcast host discusses infidelity, apologies, and the problem with wedding vows these days. The psychotherapist Esther Perel knows how to work a room. via Pocket
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2 days ago by archizoo
The funnel of human experience - LessWrong 2.0
[EDIT: Previous version of this post had a major error. Thanks for jeff8765 for pinpointing the error and esrogs in the Eukaryote Writes Blog comments for bringing it to my attention as well. This has been fixed. Also, I wrote FHI when I meant FLI.] via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Centralization vs Decentralization – AVC
Decentralization is one of, if not the most, discussed features of the crypto tech stack. In a decentralized system, no single body controls the system. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Attention is not a resource but a way of being alive to the world | Aeon Ideas
‘We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom.’ Those were the words of the American biologist E O Wilson at the turn of the century. Fastforward to the smartphone era, and it’s easy to believe that our mental lives are now more fragmentary and scattered than ever. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (109 Models Explained)
Mental models are how we understand the world. Not only do they shape what we think and how we understand but they shape the connections and opportunities that we see. Mental models are how we simplify complexity, why we consider some things more relevant than others, and how we reason. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
The Void and I: A Story About Everything – Personal Growth – Medium
Scene one: I don’t believe in God I think to myself, comparing It to the sum of the ten digits I have finished colliding in my head. Numbers make sense to me. God doesn’t make any sense. I’m sitting… via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
The View from 35,000 Feet | by Anna Badkhen | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Olga Tokarczuk’s novel Flights is about movement, and it so happened that I read it in motion, mostly on planes. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
The Ravishing Art of Alchi | by David Shulman | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Peter van Ham’s Alchi, the third volume of a monumental trilogy published by Hirmer on the Buddhist art of western Tibet, must be one of the finest art books ever produced. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
In the Valley of Fear | by Michael Greenberg | The New York Review of Books
California’s San Joaquin Valley, from Stockton in the north to Arvin in the south, is 234 miles long and 130 miles wide. If you drive there from the Bay Area, in less than an hour the temperature will go from 57 to 97 degrees. It will keep rising. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
A Cure for Metaphor-Blindness | by Christopher Benfey | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Among the many healings and exorcisms recounted in the Gospel According to Mark is one that is remarkable for taking place in two stages. And he took the blind man by the hand, and led him out of the town; and when he had spit on his eyes, and put his hands upon him, he asked him if he saw ought. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
How To Create Something Truly Original | Digital Tonto
I study innovators for a living. Every year, I interview dozens of men and women who’ve achieved remarkable things. For my own part, I publish about a hundred articles a year and my second book, Cascades, will come out this spring. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
The Legal Industry Embraces Creative Workspaces with a New Look and Feel | New Jersey Law Journal
Exterior of 56 at Roseland building. Photo provided by Mountain Development Corp.Over the last several years, leaders in the legal industry have made significant upgrades in the way they conduct business, interact with clients, and recruit and retain talent. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Beastly: The Bad Women of 'The Favourite' | by Namwali Serpell | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
As with feminist “leaning in,” equal opportunity villainy often backfires. When a villain is marked as female, her wrongdoing often gets tangled up with stereotypes. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Library as Infrastructure
Melvil Dewey was a one-man Silicon Valley born a century before Steve Jobs. He was the quintessential Industrial Age entrepreneur, but unlike the Carnegies and Rockefellers, with their industries of heavy materiality and heavy labor, Dewey sold ideas. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
cfe.ryerson.ca
Once upon a time, Waterfront Toronto (WT) was a high-profile public agency that had largely succeeded in combining enthusiastic support for upscale waterfront condos with a progressive civic agenda – no mean feat in an age of increasing political polarization and urban inequality. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
302 Found
The iPhone could be an incredible tool, but most people use their phone as a life-shortening distraction device. However, if you take the time to follow the steps in this article you will be more… via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Mysteries: Best of 2018 - WSJ
Tom Nolan picks his favorites. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
The Future of Television? Binge-Watching is Only the Beginning - WSJ
With providers like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, and more creative risks, network leaders are placing bets on how audience experience will evolve. via Pocket
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3 days ago by archizoo
Five Great Podcasts From 2018 - The New York Times
We may not have reached peak podcast yet, but we can’t be too far off. With so many new downloads to wade through, putting together a definitive list of this year’s best seemed an impossible task. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Inside the Hunt for the World’s Most Dangerous Terrorist - POLITICO Magazine
This text is excerpted from the book Dawn of the Code War: America’s Battle Against Russia, China, and the Rising Global Cyber Threat, by John P. Carlin with Garrett M. Graff Copyright © 2018 by John P. Carlin with Garrett M. Graff. Reprinted by permission of PublicAffairs, New York, NY. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
“Something Runs Through The Whole Thread”
The first zoom was the probably the sound of a train. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Tim Harford — Article — Messy desks and benign neglect allow ideas to grow
My daughter is about to receive a new desk, so in order to clear space for it we were obliged to hack our way through the undergrowth of a 12-year-old’s bedroom. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
The Best Books of 2018
2018 was the year that tsundoku entered our cultural vocabulary. It’s a Japanese word that doesn’t translate cleanly into English but it basically means you buy books and let them pile up unread. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
The Jobs Outlook for 2022: A Shifting Human-Machine Frontier - CIO Journal. - WSJ
The WEF positions the Fourth Industrial Revolution within the historical context of three previous industrial revolutions. The First, in the last third of the 18th century, ushered the transition from hand-made goods to mechanized, machine-based production based on based on steam and water power. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Exploring the Future of Our Cities - The New York Times
NEW ORLEANS — How do the greatest cities succeed? The question could not come at a more critical time, as cities around the world face challenges — and opportunities — unimagined in human history. By some estimates, 68 percent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
301 Moved Permanently
Thermostats Cameras Doorbell Alarm System Lock Smoke + CO Alarm via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
52 things I learned in 2018 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium
This year I edited another book, worked on fascinating projects at Fluxx, and learned learnings. You might also enjoy: Lessons in Human-Centred Design from DIYSOS, or How Fluxx uses jugaad innovation Every Day. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
The Best Podcasts of 2018 | The New Yorker
Well, pod enthusiasts, it’s been another terrific year for the form. At this stage in the podcast era, screens have entered the narrative: an ABC sitcom about podcasting has come and gone (“Alex, Inc. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Why Companies That Wait to Adopt AI May Never Catch Up
While some companies — most large banks, Ford and GM, Pfizer, and virtually all tech firms — are aggressively adopting artificial intelligence, many are not. Instead they are waiting for the technology to mature and for expertise in AI to become more widely available. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
How colleges are preparing students for jobs that don’t exist yet | PBS NewsHour
Eighty-five percent of the jobs that today’s students will do in 2030 don’t exist yet, the Institute for the Future has predicted. That might seem like a high number to reach in only 12 years. via Pocket
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4 days ago by archizoo
Opinion | Why We Miss the WASPs - The New York Times
The nostalgia flowing since the passing of George H.W. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
Why Ross Douthat Thinks We Miss WASPs | Dealbreaker
Without U.S. markets to watch or nice weather to indulge in, I spent the first part of my day like many of you: curiously watching the funeral of George H.W. Bush. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
WeWork revolutionized co-working. Now it’s targeting corporate headquarters - SFChronicle.com
WeWork became the world’s largest co-working company with the belief that people want to share offices. Now it is operating headquarters for midsized companies and satellite offices — with no strangers allowed. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
Access Denied
McKinsey partners offer perspectives on the most crucial elements to become a truly agile organization. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
James Dyson: ‘The Public Wants to Buy Strange Things’ - The New York Times
James Dyson is unapologetically British. The product of the English boarding school system, Mr. Dyson found his calling as an industrial designer and built one of the most successful private companies in the United Kingdom by selling his distinctive vacuums. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
Seven reasons why this will not be the office of the future - Workplace Insight
It seems like we don’t have to wait more than a few days at a time before some or other organisation is making its own prognosis about how we will be working in the future. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
Drip, Drip, Drip · Collaborative Fund
“This year,” says the narrator, “thanks to Hitler and Hirohito, taxes are higher than ever before. Will you have enough money on hand to meet your payments?” Donald Duck nods his head. Walt Disney created several government films in the 1940s to promote wartime patriotism. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
Announcing Better Worlds: a science fiction project about hope - The Verge
Contemporary science fiction often feels fixated on a sort of pessimism that peers into the world of tomorrow and sees the apocalypse looming more often than not. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
a book review by Nicholas Delbanco: The Man Who Wrote the Perfect Novel: John Williams, Stoner, and the Writing Life
“the writing soars. Stoner redux is a dream come true for those who dream of immortality; the afterlife of the novel beggars its beginning.” Many writers and an increasingly sizable cadre of readers admire John Williams’s novel, Stoner, without reservation. via Pocket
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5 days ago by archizoo
For AT&T, Balancing Change and Preservation Under the Same Broken Pediment - The New York Times
Sometimes the city works. There was a plan, which provoked protests. The Landmarks Commission, with unusual readiness, swooped in. The new plan is better. via Pocket
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6 days ago by archizoo
Opinion | Technology Has Destroyed Reality - The New York Times
Turning Point: Facebook and Twitter removed or suspended millions of pages, groups and accounts in an effort to combat bots and trolls. On June 20, 2017, the BBC evening news opener broke down. via Pocket
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6 days ago by archizoo
Search
Human beings cannot interact without developing a culture. Wherever we flock together, we wordlessly build codes of conduct, hold each other up to unspoken expectations, and quietly define the emotional life for the group. The phenomenon is as stark at the office as anywhere else. via Pocket
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