In other words, we have a tool that works for telling the internet that a person wants privacy. The problem is that the companies that dominate the internet are, for the most part, plugging their ears and saying, “Nah, nah, nah, nah, I don’t hear you, nah, nah, nah, nah, I don’t hear you,” and will continue to do so until the government forces them to take their fingers out of their ears.
An interesting read on Gizmodo.
Typography is a world fascinating me in the last 6/7 years. This Sans Forgetica project is another example of this ‘magic’ at work.
How else would you define a “font designed using the principles of cognitive psychology to help you to better remember your study notes.” ???
Candy Rotterdam is a project by Simone Hutsch on Behance, giving a magical twist to the architecture in Rotterdam.
Thanks to Dense Discovery for the link!
[…] establish your systems and habits. Stay focused on what matters. Delegate and tune out the noise. Your motivation will grow.
A nice post from Aytekin Tank — which I envite you to read — that’s perfectly summed up in those few words quoted above. TL;DR if you get what I mean 😉
Find customers who will happily pay you in advance because your service or product is so useful that they can’t live without it. And if your service or product isn’t that useful, make it better.
That’s more easy to say than realized. But should be anyone’s approach when at work, try to make the best for our client, aka the person who needs our job to be done.
A nice Instagram account to lighten up your day. I do like very much the illustrations!
Global spending on R&D has reached a record high of almost US$ 1.7 trillion. About 10 countries account for 80% of spending. As part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), countries have pledged to substantially increase public and private R&D spending as well as the number of researchers by 2030.
Explore the latest available data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), which is monitoring progress globally towards this key SDG target. To evaluate a country’s commitment to R&D, look at spending as a percentage of GDP. You can then see the actual amounts being spent in purchasing power parity dollars (PPP$).
UNESCO Institute for Statistics ☞
This study and relative infographics from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics shows us how much our governments invest – and not spend – in Research & Development. Those are Italy’s data:
Even if data may seem big, we’re well under the medium … especially if you consider that we’re a G7 economy!!!