For most of us, knowledge of our world comes largely through sight, yet we look about with such unseeing eyes that we are partially blind. One way to open your eyes to unnoticed beauty is to ask yourself, ‘What if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?’Rachel Carson
- The Complete Guide to Deep Work
- Plus Minus Next journaling — I don’t think I’ll adopt it, but like everything from Anne-Laure recently it’s fun, insightful and inspirational;
- Behind the scenes: how to start a website as an online creator
- Case Study: How Headspace Designs for Mindfulness
- Echoes app by Cellule shows "the beauty of how the heart can sound"
- Just use Email — “Just Use Email is a site dedicated to the various ways people and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should just use email to manage their digital life, their business, and their productivity, all without the use of third-party tools, SaaS subscriptions, two dozen logins, and twenty different interfaces. The premise of this site is that often just using email allows us to be more efficient, effective, and focused, even when offline.”
- 6 Questions for the Boss Who Wants You Back in Your Cubicle — Here’s how to find out if your workplace’s return-to-office plans are actually safe;
- To Build a Diverse Company for the Long Term, Develop Junior Talent — un bell’articolo sull’Harvard Business Review su diversità e inclusione, nonchè cultura (aziendale e non);
- Foster’s Real-World Guide to Getting Your First 1,000 Email Subscribers — Real stories of how online writers got their first 1,000 subscribers
- Even Calibri’s Creator Is Glad That Microsoft Is Moving On — Microsoft is switching up its default font for the first time since 2007;
- Beyond Calibri: Finding Microsoft’s next default font
- Apple packaging like you’ve never seen it before – Photographer Johann Clausen sheds rare light on Apple’s product packaging in a captivating new series;
This has been a truly crazy week … so we have to deal with just 3 articles.
The idea that meetings are ‘work’ and constitute an act of value creation, rather than performative organizational politics, seems to persist even when there is no office.Lee Bryant
Ending the data economy may seem like a radical proposition, but it’s even more extreme to have a business model whose existence depends on violating our right to privacy on a massive scale. In fact, it’s unacceptable.Carissa Véliz
The data economy depends on violating our right to privacy on a massive scale, collecting as much personal data as possible for profit.
- These 7 phrases can help you sound more powerful at work
- Terms Of Service; Didn’t Read — “I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that.
- The next frontier after remote work is async — I mostly agree with this!
- Yahoo, the Destroyer – How the historic company became known as a bumbling villain of internet culture;
- How to design safer cities for women