Why You Should be Planning for 2020, Not 2019. – Thrive Global – Medium
Before writing the first chapter of Harry Potter, J. K. Rowling planned for seven years at Hogwarts. Harry Potter is one of the most read books of all-time.
4 hours ago
Want to Prevent the Deadliest Diseases? Eat More Fiber | Time
If you want to eat something for better health, make it fiber. That’s the advice from nutrition experts and the latest national dietary guidelines. Now, a large new review of studies on fiber, published in the Lancet, shows just how beneficial fiber can be.
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By Shana Lebowitz Sleep doctor Michael Breus says creating the perfect daily routine is about figuring out your chronotype, or your preference for mornings or evenings. According to Dr. Breus, there are four main chronotypes: bears, dolphins, lions, and wolves. I’m a bear, and Dr.
4 hours ago
19 Powerful Affirmations We Should Say to Ourselves in 2019
Even though we’re already several days into 2019, today is really just the beginning, for all of us.  And we can prevent the wrong thoughts and beliefs from getting the best of us as we move forward with our lives.
4 hours ago
How to Be Thankful For Your Life by Changing Just One Word - James Clear - Pocket
As adults, we spend a lot of time talking about all of the things that we have to do. You have to wake up early for work. You have to make another sales call for your business. You have to work out today. You have to write an article. You have to make dinner for your family.
4 hours ago
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
On April 9, 2017, police officers from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport removed Dr. David Dao from United Express Flight 3411. The flight was overbooked, but he refused to give up his seat. He had patients to treat the next day. Fellow passengers recorded a video of him being dragged off the plane.
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Sleep doctor says 4 chronotypes should determine your daily routine - Business Insider
A few years ago, my life changed for the better when I read "The Power of When" by Dr. Michael Breus.
4 hours ago
A free, hosted, advanced wiki – Dropbox Paper – ⇝ ajaxray ⇝
Around a year ago, while starting a new project, I was asking a friend and colleague for a suggestion between Docuwiki and Confluence to use as team wiki. He suggested trying Dropbox Paper instead. I’ve tried, and the result was amazing!
6 hours ago
You do not have to be good
Mary Oliver has died. I have a friend who used to keep her poem “Wild Geese” folded up in his wallet. It begins: You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.
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10 hours ago
Impeach Trump Now - The Atlantic
Starting the process will rein in a president who is undermining American ideals—and bring the debate about his fitness for office into Congress, where it belongs.
15 hours ago
5 Questions to Ask During the API Lifecycle | ProgrammableWeb
Anyone creating or maintaining APIs is surely aware that sometimes APIs become outdated. While we do our best to create APIs that last, there’s a natural evolution. In some cases, we need to close down APIs, or transition to a new approach.
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19 hours ago
How to be honorable | Seth's Blog
Honorable men (at least that’s what they called themselves) used to settle their disputes with dueling pistols. Honorable women used to bind their feet and shame others that didn’t.
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19 hours ago
Don’t drown in email! How to use Gmail more efficiently. - Startup Lessons Learned
I usually I blog about Angellist, Startups, Founders, the Future and especially Metrics but I have shown this “lifehack” to so many people that I thought it’s worth it’s own blogpost. Hope it’s useful.
19 hours ago
How to Help Tweens and Teens Manage Social Conflict - The New York Times
Don’t add to the drama. Take it in stride and coach your kids as they work to resolve things on their own. A middle school girl scrolling through Instagram discovers that she’s been left out of a friend’s party. She becomes understandably upset and looks to her parents for advice.
21 hours ago
How to Actually, Truly Focus on What You’re Doing - The New York Times
Tired: Shallow work. Wired: Deep work. Welcome to the Smarter Living newsletter! Every Monday, S.L. editor Tim Herrera emails readers with tips and advice for living a better, more fulfilling life. Sign up here to get it in your inbox.
21 hours ago
iOS Shortcut for Importing Photos into Lightroom – Shawn Blanc
Speaking of very simple shortcuts, the latest update to Adobe Lightroom CC now has support for the Shortcuts app. It’s not much support, but it’s exactly what I wanted for my iPad photography workflow.
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An Astonishing 773 Million Records Exposed in Monster Breach | WIRED
There are breaches, and there are megabreaches, and there’s Equifax. But a newly revealed trove of leaked data tops them all for sheer volume: 772,904,991 million unique email addresses, over 21 million unique passwords, all recently posted to a hacking forum.
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Slack's new logo is a penis swastika / Boing Boing
Behold the Brostika! Like the hidden arrow in the FedEx logo, Slack's new brand has a negative-space surprise in store. The bars point the "lucky" left way, at least, rather than, well, to the right. Here's their "Logo explorations for the octothorpe.
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Upshot
Dense cities have long promised higher wages, but now that is primarily true for workers with more education, a new analysis finds.
yesterday
Opinion | The Joy of Being a Woman in Her 70s - The New York Times
Many of us have learned that happiness is a skill and a choice. Dr. Pipher is a clinical psychologist.
yesterday
Global IDs and Legacy IDs – Braintree Product and Technology – Medium
In building out our fresh new GraphQL API, we’ve conformed to the Relay Specification, which introduces a new way of identifying objects via Global IDs.
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3 days ago
Is Sunscreen the New Margarine? | Outside Online
These are dark days for supplements. Although they are a $30-plus billion market in the United States alone, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, beta-carotene, glucosamine, chondroitin, and fish oil have now flopped in study after study.
3 days ago
Are Smartphones Necessary Anymore? - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
When I was researching Digital Minimalism, I came across an interesting article written by Vlad Savov for The Verge. It was titled: “It’s time to bring back the dumb phone.”
3 days ago
The Simple Guide to Creating Habits for a Great Year : zen habits
It’s a new year, and many of us are looking to make positive changes in our lives. The best way to do that is not by making resolutions, but by creating habits that will stick for the long term. If you want to run a marathon, form the habit of running.
3 days ago
19 Daily Journal Prompts that Will Change the Way You Begin 2019
It’s one thing to say, “I want to get in shape in the next 12 months,” or “I’m going to write my first book in 2019!”  But it’s another thing entirely to actually achieve potentially life-changing goals like these.
3 days ago
A Complete Guide to Tagging for Personal Knowledge Management | Praxis
Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)  is the practice of capturing the ideas and insights we encounter in our daily life, whether from personal experience, from books and articles, or from our work, and cultivating them over time to produce more creative, higher quality work.
3 days ago
Life coach Tony Robbins' goal-mapping worksheet
It's the third day of 2019. If your well-intentioned resolution to get organized is already buckling under the weight of your work inbox or your promise to hit the gym has turned into hitting the snooze button, life coach Tony Robbins has a simple technique to help get or keep you on track.
3 days ago
How to Become a Minimalist (or just simplify your life a little) - Be More with Less
Writing this article, How to Become a Minimalist, has been a fun reminder of the different stages of minimalism I’ve navigated over the last ten years. In the beginning, the word minimalism wasn’t even in my vocabulary. Neither was the word simplicity.
3 days ago
302 Found
When taking part in building a new product we all strive to create the one that will engage users, catch traction, and eventually change their lives as they knew it.
3 days ago
Mind May Trump DNA in Exercise and Eating Habits - The New York Times
If you tell people they have a genetic predisposition to a low capacity for exercise or a tendency to overeat, their bodies start to respond accordingly.
3 days ago
Motivation Over Discipline | The Art of Manliness
There’s a popular maxim in personal development circles that goes: “F**k motivation. It’s fickle and unreliable and isn’t worth your time. Better to cultivate discipline.”
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3 days ago
Adopting GraphQL and Transitioning to Domain-Driven Services
Handshake serves three different types of users (domains): students, employers, and career service center staff at universities.
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3 days ago
The 10 Best TED Talks of 2018, According to the Guy Who Runs TED | Inc.com
Close out your year with great insights delivered in 20-minute bites.
4 days ago
This Beautiful Anthony Bourdain Quote Is a Masterpiece of Emotional Intelligence | Inc.com
It's been a wild ride. And I guess I could tell you that if you look hard enough, that just next door is just as interesting as the other side of the world.
4 days ago
Faust’s Work Diary: ‘I’ve Just Arrived and I’m Already Behind Schedule’ - The New York Times
A lot of people associate graffiti with covert spray-painting in the dead of night. But in the years since teenagers began tagging subway cars and train yards in the Bronx in the 1970s, a professional marketplace has exploded.
4 days ago
More Start-Ups Have an Unfamiliar Message for Venture Capitalists: Get Lost - The New York Times
On a sunny Saturday morning in New York a few months ago, a group of 50 start-up founders gathered in the dank basement of a Lower East Side bar. They scribbled notes at long tables, sipping coffee and LaCroix while a stack of pizza boxes emanated the odor of hot garlic.
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What I Learned From Spending Half My Savings In One Month
I have my parents to thank for instilling in me a self-imposed, non-negotiable rule to save a portion of every set amount of money I get — whether it’s an unexpected gift from an aunt on a holiday, a check from my previous employer, or the salary I earned.
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5 days ago
What I Spent, What We Ate | A very freezer-ful week - The Frugal Girl
What I Spent I skipped my Hungry Harvest this week because I was starting to get a little backlog of veggies. I love that it’s so easy to skip deliveries when this happens! (If you want to try Hungry Harvest, you can get $5 off if you sign up through my referral link.
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5 days ago
Every Single Street
When we dream of adventure, we typically imagine locations far away from home: deserts, jungles, and everything in between. Rarely do we think of the streets just outside our front door. Unless you’re Rickey Gates, that is.
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5 days ago
REST vs GraphQL — (Will GraphQL do to REST what XML did to JSON)?
After working with REST APIs over past few years, I came to know about GraphQL and the problems it’s attempting to solve, I could not wait posting this article. REST is an architectural approach to creating web services. GraphQL is a query language for designing APIs.
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5 days ago
Why I Cooked Every Single Meal for 7 Days (Well, Almost)
In C'mon, It's Just 7 Days, members of the Food52 team share what it was like to take on a personal challenge for one week: skipping caffeine, going plastic-free, and more. (Spoiler alert: We all survived.)
5 days ago
The Ins and Outs of Marriott's New Elite Status Program
This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.
5 days ago
The Surprising Benefits of Journaling One Sentence Every Day | James Clear
From 1986 to 2011, Oprah Winfrey hosted The Oprah Winfrey Show. It was the highest rated talk show of all-time and familiar to nearly anyone who owned a television set in North America at that time.
5 days ago
The Gear You Need for a New Year (and a New You) - The New York Times
You need resolve more than equipment to make your resolutions real, but a few special things can keep you inspired and use those gift cards you got for the holidays.
6 days ago
Ocean Warming Is Accelerating Faster Than Thought, New Research Finds - The New York Times
Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter.
6 days ago
7 Best Marie Kondo & KonMari Method Transformation Photos
I never thought that I could part with the bulk of my material possessions (let alone want to), including the ones that I never use but probably definitely might need one day.
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7 days ago
Moving to New Orleans from New York City - Curbed
Right around the time I turned 42, I started thinking about what my life was going to look like when I was 50. Long-term planning skills had previously been absent from my existence, and the fact that these concerns had surfaced was as much a surprise to me as to anyone else.
7 days ago
How to survive a Penetration Test as a GraphQL developer
Some of our favorite clients are startups — working directly with founders who want to build beautiful, user-centric apps on tight timelines and often tighter budgets.
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8 days ago
My favorite tips and tricks after 3 months with the bullet journal. – Modern Mrs. Darcy
A few months ago I took the plunge with the bullet journal, finally. I’m loving it, and this is why: my bullet journal holds the exact same information I’ve been tracking on legal pads and sheets of loose-leaf paper for years, but all in one place, plus an index.
8 days ago
Rebooting the Bathroom - The New York Times
Installing new tile might not be the easiest way to refresh your bathroom, but it can be the most effective. To update a bathroom, you could swap out the cabinet pulls and switch the faucet. But if you’re ready for a bigger change, almost nothing is more effective than new tile.
8 days ago
Opinion | The Economics of Soaking the Rich - The New York Times
What does Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez know about tax policy? A lot. I have no idea how well Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will perform as a member of Congress. But her election is already serving a valuable purpose.
9 days ago
Simple Green Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette | Minimalist Baker Recipes
Every cook should know how to make a simple side salad and lemon vinaigrette. It’s the easy side dish to pair with just about any entrée, comes together in 10 minutes with simple ingredients, and is incredibly versatile. Let me show you how it’s done. Start with a base of greens.
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9 days ago
Twitter
In reference to the full-time author income of $20.3k, here’s a hypothetical breakdown of a cartoonist’s income drawing a graphic novel. It’s no joke. This is why we draw at a breakneck pace, take speaking fees & do multiple full-time projects at once. We have no other option.
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9 days ago
Twitter
Favorite tweet:

In reference to the full-time author income of $20.3k, here’s a hypothetical breakdown of a cartoonist’s income drawing a graphic novel. It’s no joke. This is why we draw at a breakneck pace, take speaking fees & do multiple full-time projects at once. We have no other option. pic.twitter.com/jWxt6HlWP1

— Nate Powell (@Nate_Powell_Art) January 7, 2019
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9 days ago
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In 2015, Facebook (that big social network company that also gave us React) released a new open-source data query language (QL) named GraphQL.
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9 days ago
Writing OpenAPI (Swagger) Specification Tutorial - Part 8 - Splitting specification file | API Handyman
With previous posts we have learned to produce an OpenAPI specification containing all OpenAPI specification subtleties. Some specification files may become quite large or may contain elements which could be reused in other APIs.
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9 days ago
Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep? - Fitbit Blog
Almost every parent struggles with their child’s sleep from time to time, whether they’re trying to establish an appropriate bedtime or get their kid to wind down and relax at night. But it’s important to get sleep habits right, especially for kids.
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9 days ago
Want to Relax? Try Yoga - The New York Times
Stress is ever present. Fortunately, we’ve got yoga, which is proven to help reduce stress and the health effects it causes. Whether you are at home, work or somewhere in between, yoga is always here to help you relax.
9 days ago
IKEA is launching low-cost smart window blinds
Almost a year ago, Swedish furniture giant IKEA signalled its intention to make people's homes smarter with the launch of its own intelligent lighting range.
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10 days ago
How the Shutdown Is Affecting Air Safety - The Atlantic
The nation’s roughly 15,000 air-traffic controllers don’t do exactly what some people might imagine—namely, keep airplanes from completely losing their way or falling out of the sky.
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10 days ago
Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think? | The New Yorker
A few years ago, the National Academy of Medicine convened a panel of sixteen leading medical experts to analyze the scientific literature on cannabis. The report they prepared, which came out in January of 2017, runs to four hundred and sixty-eight pages.
10 days ago
A Simple Way to Better Remember Things: Draw a Picture - The New York Times
Activating more parts of your brain helps stuff stick. Welcome to the Smarter Living newsletter! Every Monday, S.L. editor Tim Herrera emails readers with tips and advice for living a better, more fulfilling life. Sign up here to get it in your inbox.
10 days ago
Twitter
Favorite tweet:

Anderson Cooper: "How are you going to pay for all of this?"

AOC: "No one asks how we're going to pay for the Space Force. No one asked how we paid for a $2 trillion tax cut. We only ask how we pay for it on issues of housing, healthcare and education."

This. This. This. pic.twitter.com/3ALthVFcGy

— Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) January 7, 2019
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10 days ago
ActBlue
Favorite tweet:

Sunrise is making history and we're just getting started. Check out some of our favorite moments from 2018, then get hype for the new year and chip in monthly to help us make it happen (we'll send you a sticker to say thanks) https://t.co/uWtrv1RObV pic.twitter.com/MhdU6061jw

— Sunrise Movement 🌅 (@sunrisemvmt) December 27, 2018
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Twitter
Anderson Cooper: "How are you going to pay for all of this?" AOC: "No one asks how we're going to pay for the Space Force. No one asked how we paid for a $2 trillion tax cut. We only ask how we pay for it on issues of housing, healthcare and education." This. This. This.
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10 days ago
ActBlue
We need 300 monthly donors by Jan. 1 to pull off our work in 2019. Chip in $5 a month today. Sunrise just changed the politics of climate change forever. We put the Green New Deal on the map by bringing 1000+ people to shake the halls of Congress on less than 2 weeks notice.
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10 days ago
Scripting News: Working together, in 2019
# Whenever I listen to an episode of Radio Open Source I feel like writing an email to Chris Lydon and Mary McGrath, saying basically this. Everything your guests say is right on. I get so excited listening to them, they're so smart.
11 days ago
Doc Searls Weblog · The new together
First is Larry Lessig‘s Podcasting and the Slow Democracy Movement. A pull quote: The architecture of the podcast is the precise antidote for the flaws of the present. It is deep where now is shallow. It is insulated from ads where now is completely vulnerable.
11 days ago
Creating a GraphQL server with Typeorm and Typegraphql (Part 1 : Introduction)
This series expects you to already have an experience using TypeScript and GraphQL, this series is strongly made to suggest another way of writing a GraphQL API and not teach how to create one nor how one works.
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11 days ago
2018 in Review: The Biggest Developments around Microservices, API Gateways, Kubernetes and Service Mesh | Glasnostic Blog
2018 was an exciting year for both, open source developers and vendors in the microservices and API space. In this post, we’ll recap the major developments and product announcements, plus make a few predictions for 2019.
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11 days ago
Ditching Medium | JJ's JavaScript Blog
As you’ve probably heard, people aren’t too happy with Medium at the moment. What started as an awesome blogging platform seems to have quickly turned into something that is pushing people away in droves.
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11 days ago
Diets that work - Sustainable health advice from Dr. Gundry & Dr. Hyman | Tony Robbins
When it comes to health, one of the biggest, yet most common mistakes people make is only focusing on weight loss.
11 days ago
Cheap Kitchen Cabinet Upgrade Ideas | Apartment Therapy
I have one major complaint about my house: My kitchen is grossly outdated. I'm talking a brown ceramic sink and a refrigerator that was probably installed in the early '70s, yet somehow still functions.
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11 days ago
Here's 5 innovative ways your coffee grounds can be recycled | World Economic Forum
Every day more than 2 billion cups of coffee are consumed across the globe. Most of the coffee grounds used to make those cups are thrown away, with six million tonnes sent to landfill every year.
11 days ago
Your house is holding you back -- seriously — Jason Hreha | World Leader in Applied Behavioral Science
In 2010, I woke up one Saturday morning and decided to stop eating sugar. I would only eat beans, veggies, and meat from then on. So I did what any thoroughly nerdy behavioral scientist would do: I came up with a behavior-change plan. I tweaked my apartment to support my goals.
11 days ago
www.washingtonpost.com
On Sept 10, 2001, I published a column about Belarus, the former Soviet republic squeezed between Russia and Europe.
11 days ago
What I Learned Working 32 Hours a Week for 2 Months
In early November, I helped run the Weekend For Good event as part of the Code For Good West Michigan admin team. The event brought together 120+ volunteers and 14 local nonprofits to help build, rebrand, or update websites. It was scheduled for three straight days, and I was there for all of it.
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11 days ago
Winter guardian
My newest winter diary had gone a dozen days without a guardian spirit and then BOOM I saw this photo of Edward Gorey in one of his famous fur coats. (Speech balloons from my son’s Peanuts calendar.)
11 days ago
The Evolution of Full Cycle Developers at Netflix: Greg Burrell at QCon SF
At QCon San Francisco, Greg Burrell talked about the journey towards "full cycle developers" within the Netflix edge engineering team.
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