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Archive for February, 2018
I spend a lot of time as a data scientist thinking about how to use data responsibly, particularly when it comes to privacy. There’s tremendous value to be found by analyzing data, but the only way…
What I learned when a famous 96-year-old physician became my patient.
Each horrific school shooting offers painful lessons but few, if any, answers.
These leftovers from the UK bandâs 2017 reunion album successfully position them in a contemporary context alongside peers like Tame Impala and Caribou.
Every gratitude exercise I’ve ever done asks you to think about what you have to be grateful for. In other words, you brainstorm reasons you ought to feel grateful, whether or not you do. You’ve probably done one of these […]
Discover Wind Telephone in Ōtsuchi-chō, Japan: A disconnected rotary phone for "calling" lost loved ones offered a unique way of dealing with grief in disaster-stricken Japan.
Derek Sivers: I would always charge the bare minimum, because I didn’t care about money so much.
Soon after Quinn Norton joined the editorial board, social media users discovered tweets in which she used slurs and spoke of her friendship with a Nazi.
@jonasdowney: Does someone at Facebook have a list of Cartoon Villain Business Ideas that they're just checking off one by one? https:/…
Most disagreements aren’t just about the cards on the table. They’re just as much about who’s at the table. What time the game is being played. The last fifty games before this one. And about all the…
This was a classic case of “How hard could it be?” that started as a series of customer requests and bug reports. People wanted to see their events AND their dated to-dos on their Basecamp 3 Schedule…
Derek Sivers: I’ve been online since 1994, and seen so many companies come and go.
Two-thirds of the nation's schoolchildren struggle with reading. Neuroscientist Mark Seidenberg says teachers need a better understanding of what science knows about how kids learn to read.
By the spring of 1915, The Great War had already scattered the shredded, rotting flesh of men and boys across the once lush Belgian fields of Ypres. Bloated corpses bobbed in the greasy waters of…
“Hang on to your hat. Hang on to your hope. And wind the clock, for tomorrow is another day.” https://t.co/OPZTrh6vFz
Design and writing by Frank Chimero
‘Bitcoin is my potential pension’: What’s driving people in Kentucky to join the craze - The Washington Post
The possibility of a windfall lures many who see themselves in a financial rut.
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CSS is strangely considered both one of the easiest and one of the hardest languages to learn as a web developer. It’s certainly easy enough to get started with it — you define style properties and…
You in business? What are you doing to last? Not to grow. Not to gain. Not to take. Not to win. But to last? I wouldn’t advocate spending much time worrying about the competition — you really…
Baltimore Type Foundry’s Airport
My first online interaction, circa 1992, fascinated but also terrified me. I should have taken it as a warning. At the time, computers were just machines you had in your basement. They had programs in them, and you would sit […]
Dogs can’t get comfortable https://t.co/1Ms52YrRXS