52 things I learned in 2017 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium


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Between projects at Fluxx, and editing a book, I learned several learnings. You might also enjoy: Fluxx Heroes: People who inspire us or I spent two hours with a mobile video genius and learned 26 useful things. via Pocket
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Between projects at Fluxx, and editing a book, I learned several learnings. You might also enjoy: Fluxx Heroes: People who inspire us or I spent two hours with a mobile video genius and learned 26 useful things.
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So many interesting things leading to more interesting things to read. (via Kottke)
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14. Swintec is a company in New Jersey that sells up to 5,000 typewriters a year to prisoners in the US. Their typewriters have clear plastic covers so inmates can’t hide anything inside. Transparent TVs, CD players and Walkmen are also available. 18. The National Health Service in the UK uses more than a tenth of the global stock of pagers. 51. Ratchair is a Korean research project creating autonomous furniture that can move by itself. It could result in self-tidying rooms.
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6 days ago by terry
Between projects at Fluxx, and editing a book, I learned several learnings. You might also enjoy: Fluxx Heroes: People who inspire us or I spent two hours with a mobile video genius and learned 26 useful things. via Pocket
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52 things I learned in 2017 – Fluxx Studio Notes – Medium Instructions for carrying heavy equipment at the Columbia University Computer Music Centre. Between projects at Fluxx , and editing a book , I learned several…
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In the UK, marriages between couples over 65 have risen 46% over the last decade.
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Pro tip: Ask your current customers “What nearly stopped you buying from us?” [Karl Blanks]
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RT : A 5th of all Google searches handled via mobiles are voice searches – 1 of Tom Whitwell's 52 facts of the year
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Between projects at Fluxx, and editing a book, I learned several learnings. You might also enjoy: Fluxx Heroes: People who inspire us or I spent two hours with a mobile video genius and learned 26 useful things. via Pocket
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13 days ago by archizoo
According to a study of 100 million Facebook posts, the most effective three word phrase to use in a headline is “…will make you …” The most effective use of the phrase was “10+ Of The Happiest Dog Memes Ever That Will Make You Smile From Ear To Ear”, which was shared more than 600,000 times. [Steve Rayson]

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In the early 1980s AT&T asked McKinsey to estimate how many cell phones would be in use in the world at the turn of the century. They concluded that the total market would be about 900,000 units. This persuaded AT&T to pull out of the market. By 2000, there were 738 million people with cellphone subscriptions. [Andrew Chen]

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Men travelling first class tend to weigh more than those in economy, while for women the reverse is true. [Lucy Hooker]

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Pro tip: Ask your current customers “What nearly stopped you buying from us?” [Karl Blanks]
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13 days ago by JohnDrake
Instructions for carrying heavy equipment at the Columbia University Computer Music Centre. Between projects at Fluxx , and editing a book , I learned several…
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14 days ago by pelles