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Dealing with Dependencies Inside Design Systems – EightShapes – Medium
Decomposing Features to Master Change Up the Chain #5 of 6 of the series Releasing Design Systems: Outputs | Cadence | Versions | Breaking | Dependencies |…
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Your Real Biological Clock Is You’re Going to Die – Hmm Daily
In April, in a small town on a small island in a small string of islands trailing down from the main part of Japan, the world’s then-oldest person died. Nabi…
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Letter of Recommendation: Detroit Techno - The New York Times
Letter of Recommendation Americans tend to associate techno with Europe, but it’s a product of the Rust Belt. Credit Photo illustration by Yoshi Sodeoka In the…
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A desire path - an unofficial shortcut - in a park in Tunbridge Wells.Photograph: Alamy W e’ve all been there. You want a short cut – to the bus stop, office or…
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It turns out that Facebook could in fact use data collected from its Portal in-home video device to target you with ads - Recode
Facebook announced Portal last week , its take on the in-home, voice-activated speaker to rival competitors from Amazon, Google and Apple. The biggest question…
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The Bezos way: sleep, puttering, and three high-quality decisions a day
One of the most successful business people in the world…putters? Jeff Bezos has always been one of those people whose ideas and thinking make a lot of sense to…
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Portland Streets Descend Into Bedlam, Again, as Proud Boys and Antifascists Maul Each Other - Willamette Week
A sudden march by Proud Boys through downtown Portland tonight turned into a melee, as tensions between radical groups stoked by national media erupted in a…
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Racialism - RationalWiki
The colorful pseudoscience Racialism Hating thy neighbour Racism Racial pride Nationalism Divide and conquer Blackface Goy No-go zone PEGIDA Woden's Folk…
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Dangerous Writing — Tom Spanbauer
Here is what Tom Spanbauer says about the art of teaching: If you asked my mother how she made pie crust, she never said a word. Instead, she just lifted her…
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7 days ago by edmadrid
The First Abstract Painter Was a Woman
Hilma af Klint, Group IX/SUW, The Swan, No. 17 , 1915 In 1905, the Swedish female artist Hilma af Klint began cleansing herself, in preparation for a series of…
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Edgar Miller (artist) - Wikipedia
Jump to navigationJump to search Edgar Miller (b. James Edgar Miller 1899 Idaho Falls, ID d. 1993 Chicago, IL) was an American designer, painter, craftsman,…
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Jian Ghomeshi, John Hockenberry, and the Laws of Patriarchal Physics | The New Yorker
For men like Jian Ghomeshi, who was publicly accused of physical and sexual brutality by nearly twenty women, the abuse is not the problem—naming it, and giving…
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King Krule Launches New Fashion Line | Pitchfork
King Krule, aka Archy Marshall, has launched a new fashion line. It’s available at Trash Talk’s Babylon L.A. today, November 9, from 2-7 p.m. PST. Select items…
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King Krule: King Krule EP Album Review | Pitchfork
On this intriguing debut EP, the 17-year-old Archy Marshall, who formerly recorded as Zoo Kid, pairs his deep, cracked voice and a bleak, restless tension with…
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King Krule: 6 Feet Beneath the Moon Album Review | Pitchfork
The 19-year-old Londoner Archy Marshall has the pale, fine-boned features of Ron Weasley and the rough shout of someone sent to crush your kneecaps. Unsteady,…
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King Krule: The OOZ Album Review | Pitchfork
Archy Marshall doesn’t star in his own music—he wanders through it. You might find him spotlit and center stage, foregrounding his violent voice like a fist…
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8 days ago by edmadrid
UN Says Climate Genocide Coming. But It’s Worse Than That.
You now have permission to freak out. Photo: George Rose/Getty Images Just two years ago, amid global fanfare, the Paris climate accords were signed —…
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Jimmy Butler has heated practice with Timberwolves
All-Star Jimmy Butler participated in the Minnesota Timberwolves' practice on Wednesday, a session that included him verbally challenging teammates, coaches and…
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Rick Stein Obituary - Wilmington, DE | The News Journal
View Guest Book Obituary Rick Stein Rick Stein Wilmington - Rick Stein, 71, of Wilmington was reported missing and presumed dead on September 27, 2018 when…
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The New Atlanta Billionaires Behind An Unlikely Tech Unicorn
T wo years ago, Ben Chestnut found a crumpled piece of paper in the trunk of his Mercedes GL63 SUV, alongside the muddy shoes and helmets he uses while mountain…
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11 days ago by edmadrid
Unpresidented Times: Amy Sillman - Artforum International
The following is something I jotted out the day after the election. I happened to be making a zine for a show at the Drawing Center in NYC, and purely by…
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Artist Sam Durant was pressured into taking down his 'Scaffold.' Why doesn't he feel censored? - Los Angeles Times
The grassy mound at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden now lies empty. Last month, a controversial sculpture by Los Angeles artist Sam Durant stood on the site.…
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The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain by Langston Hughes | Poetry Foundation
One of the most promising of the young Negro poets said to me once, “I want to be a poet—not a Negro poet,” meaning, I believe, “I want to write like a white…
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DARPA is Making Insects That Can Deliver Bioweapons, Scientists Claim
The U.S. government’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has been accused of trying to create a new class of biological weapons that would be…
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Material Design Animation Guides | CSS-Tricks
I've seen two guides posted to Medium about animation in the last month that have seriously blown up! Taras Skytskyi's The ultimate guide to proper use of…
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Announcing 2018 Microgrant Awardees! | Rhizome
At long last! The time has come to announce the recipients of this year’s Microgrants. Just as we did in 2017, we invited applicants to submit proposals in…
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Poetry Review: "Beauty Was The Case That They Gave Me" by Mark Leidner | Newcity Lit
RECOMMENDED Much of “Beauty Was The Case That They Gave Me, ” Mark Leidner’s first full-length collection of poems from Factory Hollow Press, presents…
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15 days ago by edmadrid
Opinion | In Praise of Mediocrity - The New York Times
But there’s a deeper reason, I’ve come to think, that so many people don’t have hobbies: We’re afraid of being bad at them. Or rather, we are intimidated by the expectation — itself a hallmark of our intensely public, performative age — that we must actually be skilled at what we do in our free time. Our “hobbies,” if that’s even the word for them anymore, have become too serious, too demanding, too much an occasion to become anxious about whether you are really the person you claim to be.
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Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches From His Father - The New York Times
OCT. 2, 2018 The president has long sold himself as a self-made billionaire, but a Times investigation found that he received at least $413 million in today’s…
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How New York’s Postwar Female Painters Battled for Recognition | The New Yorker
Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, and Grace Hartigan in 1957. Photograph by Burt Glinn / Magnum The photograph of Jackson Pollock that appeared in Life in…
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18 days ago by edmadrid
A 30-minute morning routine that will clear your mind and banish stress
Get the Better newsletter. Morning routines can be a struggle even for those who are naturally “ morning people .” If you’re facing a busy schedule and/or…
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19 days ago by edmadrid
Matt Damon Plays Brett Kavanaugh in ‘S.N.L.’ Season Premiere - The New York Times
In the first opening sketch of “S.N.L.,” Matt Damon played Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, breaking into tears and constantly swigging from glasses of water. Credit…
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Obama as Literary Critic | by Edward Mendelson | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Thomas Grauman/Corbis Barack Obama at Occidental College, 1981 Recently, while writing an essay on T.S. Eliot for The New York Review , I read or reread the…
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Cary Fukunaga Doesn't Mind Taking Notes from Netflix's Algorithm | GQ
Cary Fukunaga isn't entirely sure if he has a reputation for being difficult. But it's something he's heard from time to time. He heard it, obliquely, in the…
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21 days ago by edmadrid
The Productive Tension of ‘Maniac’ - The Ringer
Getty Images/Ringer illustration “It was built kind of backwards,” creator Patrick Somerville says of his new Netflix limited series Maniac . “But that was OK.”…
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This major discovery upends long-held theories about the Maya civilization - The Washington Post
In the autumn of 1929, Anne Morrow Lindbergh and her husband Charles flew across the Yucatán Peninsula. With Charles at the controls, Anne snapped photographs…
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22 days ago by edmadrid
The image of Julian Assange grows darker by the day - The Washington Post
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, speaks from a balcony at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in May 2017. (Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg) Julian Assange faces…
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22 days ago by edmadrid
A Young Artist and Disrupter Plants His Flag for Black Lives - The New York Times
Adam Pendleton in his Brooklyn studio, with a mock-up of “Black Dada Flag (Black Lives Matter),” his installation for Frieze. The flag was planted on Scylla…
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The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’ - The New York Times
Critic's Notebook I went to as many Instagramable “museums,” “factories” and “mansions” as I could. They nearly broke me. A “champagne bubble” ball pit at the…
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23 days ago by edmadrid
“A Portfolio Hiring Managers Can’t Deny,” an article by Dan Mall
F or designers and developers , one thing stands high above résumés, cover letters, and university degrees: the esteemed portfolio. A great portfolio can get…
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23 days ago by edmadrid
Kavanaugh’s Yearbook Page Is ‘Horrible, Hurtful’ to a Woman It Named - The New York Times
Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, and several classmates at Georgetown Preparatory School referred to themselves as “Renate…
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Bodys Isek Kingelez: Building Fantasy | by Lucas Adams | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Photo by Frédéric Pignoux/Cnap (France)/ droits résérves/Studio Ludo Bodys Isek Kingelez: Paris Nouvel , 1989 Every year, it becomes clearer that New York is…
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Ford runs circles around hapless Republicans, who now have a second scandal - The Washington Post
Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP) Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett M.…
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The Brothel Empire and the Ex-Detective, Always One Step Ahead of the Law - The New York Times
The Brothel Empire and the Ex-Detective, Always One Step Ahead of the Law A former vice detective is at the center of one of the New York Police Department’s…
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28 days ago by edmadrid
From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back. - The New York Times
From ’80s Street Art to Graphic Novels. And Back. After 40 years, Richard McGuire’s handmade “Ixnae Nix” street posters come out of the drawer, into the New…
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28 days ago by edmadrid
Steve Kerr on the Warriors’ mindset heading into training camp, integrating DeMarcus Cousins and more – The Athletic
Steph Curry threw out the first pitch at a baseball game in Tokyo. Kevin Durant spent most of his time in New York or Los Angeles. Draymond Green recently went…
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28 days ago by edmadrid
For some women in China, ‘love markets’ are the last resort to find a husband - The Washington Post
A view of Shanghai at dusk. (Goncalo Fonseca) The Weime Club classes divide themselves into the Theoretical and Practical. “The truth is that I’m very shy and…
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‘He’s a homeless black guy’: Hatred of interracial relationships inspired fatal Times Square stabbing, suspect told police - The Washington Post
Timothy Caughman described himself on Twitter as a can and bottle recycler, an autograph collector, and a good businessman. The 66-year-old had a knack for…
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Liana Finck's Graphic Memoir, Passing for Human, Traces Her Origin Story - Vogue
The Instagram-famous cartoonist Liana Finck is working on making better eye contact. She suspects it might be key to managing the constant crush of New York…
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Haruki Murakami Introduces The Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories | Literary Hub
The following is from the introduction to The Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories. * From Seppuku to Meltdown I once heard the story that when jazz drummer…
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Inside the ’40-yard block’: How Pierre Garçon’s steamrolling effort energized the 49ers locker room, including his former adversary – The Athletic
Once​ upon a time, Pierre​ Garçon and Richard​ Sherman disliked​ each​ other. They​ were four​ years away from both​ being 49ers. Garçon​ was with​​ Washington;…
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California professor Christine Blasey Ford, writer of confidential Brett Kavanaugh letter, speaks out about sexual assault allegation - The Washington Post
FILE PHOTO: Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies during the third day of his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol…
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The claim against Kavanaugh is not a suspicious 11th-hour bombshell. Because we’re not in the 11th hour. - The Washington Post
Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh faces an allegation of a decades-old sexual assault. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) By Margaret Sullivan Media columnist…
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Kavanaugh accuser willing to testify, her attorney says; judge offers fresh denial - The Washington Post
A lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who said Judge Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her when the two were in high school, said Monday that Ford is willing to…
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What Makes 1982 Basquiat’s Most Valuable Year - Artsy
Roland Hagenberg Basquiat smoking , 1983 Galerie Peter Sillem Jean-Michel Basquiat, La Hara , 1981. Courtesy of Christie’s. When Jean-Michel Basquiat was 21, he…
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Getting Started with Mindfulness - Mindful
You have questions about mindfulness and meditation. Mindful has the answers. What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present,…
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She Dropped Out of High School. Now She’s President of the San Francisco Fed. - The New York Times
She Dropped Out of High School. Now She’s President of the San Francisco Fed. Mary Daly, the head of research at the San Francisco Fed, will take over as the…
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In Paul Manafort, Robert Mueller snags golden goose - The Washington Post
By Aaron Blake Senior political reporter, writing for The Fix Email Bio Follow It took longer than Robert S. Mueller III probably wanted — and longer than Paul…
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Iris van Herpen | The Talks
Short Profile Name: Iris van Herpen DOB: 5 June 1984 Place of birth: Wamel, The Netherlands Occupation: Fashion designer Ms. van Herpen, you once said, “I’m…
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Want to Be the Next Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? Be Careful What You Wish - The New York Times
Politics, like Hollywood, often looks to repeat a good thing: Find a formula that works, and stick with it. That strategy has led Democrats across the country,…
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It's Nice That | Aron Klein's captivating images of the Bulgarian demon chasers
Aron Klein: Kukeri Project Work / Photography “Kukeri is an ancient pagan ritual practiced annually across the Balkan mountain regions where local men wear…
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Opinion | To Restore Civil Society, Start With the Library - The New York Times
Is the public library obsolete? A lot of powerful forces in society seem to think so. In recent years, declines in the circulation of bound books in some parts…
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Alex Jones Heckles Senator Marco Rubio - Video - NYTimes.com
1 Opinion China’s Web Junkies 2 Opinion Between Sound and Silence 3 Opinion Sanctuary City Hotline 4 Opinion I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage…
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Photographer Antonin Kratochvil resigns from VII photo agency amid harassment allegations - Vox
"“It’s basically an othering that comes from the belief that the man behind the camera has a privileged artistic sense, an inherent superiority despite rarely knowing the local language, or living in the region or neighborhood he’s covering, or having any sustained connection to what he’s seeing.” It’s no wonder, Berman said, that we’ve ended up homogenizing struggle with repetitive visual tropes."
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ADHD numbers are rising, and scientists are trying to understand why - The Washington Post
The number of children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyper­activity disorder (ADHD) has reached more than 10 percent, a significant increase during the past…
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Process Film - Iris van Herpen @ Paris Haute Couture A/W 18 - SHOWstudio - The Home of Fashion Film and Live Fashion Broadcasting
Navigate Collections Listing Previous Schiaparelli @ Paris Haute Couture A/W 18 Next Christian Dior @ Paris Haute Couture A/W 18 Share this page Paris Haute…
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Former Apple Employees on Eddy Cue: Siri and Eddy Were 'A Bad Fit' and He is 'Always Doing Too Many Things' - Mac Rumors
A new profile on Apple chief Eddy Cue has been shared online today by The Information , highlighting Cue's history and leadership at the company, as well as a…
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Conspiracy Theories Made Alex Jones Very Rich. They May Bring Him Down. - The New York Times
AUSTIN — More than ever before in his two-decade career built on baseless conspiracy theories, angry nativist rants and end-of-days fearmongering, Alex Jones is…
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Former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos sentenced to 14 days in plea deal with Mueller probe - The Washington Post
George Papadopoulos, former campaign adviser for Donald Trump, arrives for sentencing with his wife Simona Mangiante Papadopoulos. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) A…
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The Dynasty That Never Was: Inside the Unraveling of the Seattle Seahawks | SI.com
Back in March, three weeks after the Seahawks released him and he signed with their division rival, All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman married his longtime…
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