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Describing Personas – Indi’s Essays – Medium
Describing Personas – Indi Young – Medium People seem to fall into a hole when writing personas, even when they’re doing it based on research: they use demographics to divide between segments and to…
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www.ubuprojex.com
SX8IoO4nkx How Ubu Projex operates, how Pere Ubu functions. Home of the Avant Garage Main Pages at the Home of Ubu Projex: Calendar •Contacts •Home •Reference •Protocols…
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Questions · Patrick Collison
Questions · Patrick Collison Why are certain things getting so much more expensive? Spending on healthcare in the US is up 9X in real terms since 1960. K12 education spending in the US has…
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The Fascinating Origins of the Aperol Spritz – Member Feature Stories – Medium
The Fascinating Origins of the Aperol Spritz – Member Feature Stories – Medium he first time my friend Khira Jordan realized the Aperol Spritz was a “thing,” she was in Vienna, jetlagged and looking to drink something that wouldn’t make…
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A montage of title drops
A montage of title drops Sometimes in a movie, a character will say the name of the movie. This is a supercut of 150 examples of title dropping from movies like The Right Stuff, Free…
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The typography of Stanley Kubrick
The typography of Stanley Kubrick From designer Christian Annyas, an overview of the typography used in the titles and posters of Stanley Kubrick’s movies . Click on each graphic to see the…
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Tiago's Life Goals - Praxis
Tiago's Life Goals - Praxis Series Navigation: Reviews << The Design of a Weekly Review I’ve decided to post my list of life goals here, after years of being cagey and secretive about…
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The Org Chart Test – Rands in Repose
The Org Chart Test If you’ve had a 1:1 with me in the last decade you know that once we’re done with our planned agenda that there is good chance that I’ll stand up, walk to the…
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Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber - The Atlantic
Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber John Youngbear / AP Like many Harvard alumni, I sometimes wander the neighborhood when I return to Cambridge, reminiscing about the old days and musing on how…
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The Personal Narrative Vision - Praxis
The Personal Narrative Vision - Praxis In my previous article on how I perform my Annual Review, I briefly discussed the Personal Narrative Vision (PNV) exercise. I’ve developed the PNV by drawing on…
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The Design of a Weekly Review - Praxis
The Design of a Weekly Review - Praxis Series Navigation: Reviews << The Personal Narrative Vision Tiago’s Life Goals >> The most important practice that I recommend everyone adopt for their personal…
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George Soros | Remarks delivered at the World Economic Forum
Remarks delivered at the World Economic Forum The current moment in history Good evening. It has become something of an annual Davos tradition for me to give an overview of the current state of the world. I…
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Part 2: How To Be An Adult -Kegan’s Theory of Adult Development
Part 2: How To Be An Adult -Kegan’s Theory of Adult Development Credit: Unsplash In Part 1 I introduced a new way of viewing adulthood, based on Dr. Kegan’s Theory of Adult Development. According to Kegan, becoming an adult…
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Forget Apple's New HQ, Celebrate Your Low Road Building - The Atlantic
Forget Apple's New HQ, Celebrate Your Low Road Building Jonathan Ernst / Reuters The startup lore says that many companies were founded in garages, attics, and warehouses. Once word got around, companies started…
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Design in Tech Report – Design trends revolutionizing the entrepreneurial and corporate ecosystems in tech. Related M&A activity, new patterns in creativity × business, and the rise of computational design.
Design in Tech Report Algorithms are getting very good at manipulating images and video — so good, it’s no wonder many creative workers are worried AI is going to take their jobs. —…
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The Coming Software Apocalypse - The Atlantic
The Coming Software Apocalypse Lynn Scurfield T here were six hours during the night of April 10, 2014, when the entire population of Washington State had no 911 service. People who called…
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Your Power Button Won’t Last Forever – Power Trip – Medium
Your Power Button Won’t Last Forever – Power Trip – Medium You’re close to becoming powerless over your phone, and it all has to do with the little “wake” button on its skinny right side. Companies like Apple have…
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A Maker's Ethos in the Era of Networked Attention - Praxis
A Maker's Ethos in the Era of Networked Attention - Praxis Once upon a time, we faced the scourge of Information Overload. Too many emails with too many details producing too many open loops to keep track of. But now we…
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“We Can Be Certain That Capitalism Will End” - RLS
“We Can Be Certain That Capitalism Will End” Peter, your 2011 Jacobin article “Four Futures” , which you later expanded into a book , is now appearing in German in the new edited collection, Jacobin: Die…
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The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’ - The New York Times
The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’ 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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