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18 février

Mashable !

  • 11:00
    Sure, New Year's has come and gone, but it's never too late to set a goal. Investing in your education is always a worthwhile spend of both your time and money — but luckily, you won't have to do too much of both with these excellent online courses.  Learn something new, hone your current skill set, earn a promotion, or even start a new side gig after completing any of these pieces of training.  SEE ALSO: Best Presidents Day sales: Casper mattresses, Dell laptops, and more All these courses are on a limited-time super sale, but you can use coupon code PREZDAY60 for an extra 60% off the (...) -- Online Learning, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Stackcommerce, Shopping Onlinelearning, Tech
  • 11:00
    George Washington was a lot of things, but having sparkling white teeth and a killer smile was not one of them. In fact, his orthodontic history is almost as famous as his accomplishments. Having suffered from dental issues for most of his life, he ascended to the presidency with only a single tooth remaining in his mouth. Apparently, he later resorted to lead, gold plates, hippopotamus ivory, and even actual human teeth *gasps* for his dentures. And contrary to popular belief, they were never made of wood. Of course, he lived during a time when no aesthetic dentists existed, and there (...) -- his orthodontic history
  • 10:38
    For the last 18 months, UK lawmakers have investigated Facebook, and it's recommended they and other social media giants be regulated. A damning report released on Monday said after years of self-regulation, these companies were unable to protect users data and privacy, or from disinformation. SEE ALSO: Facebook might have to pay billions of dollars in fines to FTC for privacy violations The UK parliament's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee (DCMS) final report recommended an independent regulator be set up (like UK's Ofcom or the FCC), and a compulsory code of ethics for (...) -- Facebook, Uk, Mark Zuckerberg, Social Media, Fake News

MacRumors

  • 03:10
    Apple's long-awaited AirPower wireless charging mat and a new version of AirPods with wireless charging support and upgraded Bluetooth connectivity will start shipping in the first half of 2019, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo also expects a new iPod touch with a faster processor to launch in 2019. While there's been a flurry of recent rumors about the AirPower and 2nd generation AirPods, there have also been conflicting reports on the possible launch dates for the two products. One recent report specifically placed the launch of the new AirPods in the fall of 2019. We were (...) -- iPod touch, AirPods, Ming-Chi Kuo, AirPower
  • 03:02
    In a thorough research note outlining Apple's plans for 2019, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo describes his outlook for the next iPad lineup. According to Kuo, Apple plans to release two new iPad Pro models, a 10.2-inch iPad, and a refreshed iPad mini, each equipped with an upgraded processor, later this year. Rumors of a refreshed iPad mini ("iPad mini 5") have been consistent over the past few months. Apple in January registered seven new iPad models with the Eurasian Economic Commission, and at least some of these are believed to be the iPad mini. The others may be a new version of the low-cost (...) -- iPad mini, iPad Pro 12.9", iPad (low cost), Ming-Chi Kuo
  • 02:57
    In a thorough research note outlining Apple's plans for 2019, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo describes his outlook for the next iPhone lineup. According to Kuo, the 2019 iPhone lineup will mirror that of the current lineup, including 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch OLED models as well as a 6.1-inch LCD model. As for changes to expect in 2019, Kuo says the iPhone XR successor may be upgraded to 4GB of RAM, while all models will include frosted glass casing, larger batteries, the ability to wirelessly charge other devices, and new technology for indoor positioning and navigation.The new 5.8" OLED may support (...) -- 2019 iPhones, Ming-Chi Kuo
  • 02:41
    Apple will release a new MacBook Pro with a 16-inch to 16.5-inch display and an all-new design in 2019, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Tonight, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a research note looking at Apple's releases in 2019. MacRumors has obtained a copy of the report and perhaps the most exciting prediction for Mac users is the revelation that Apple is working on a 16"-16.5" MacBook Pro. Unfortunately the report provides few details beyond that it is an "all-new" design, suggesting Apple is revamping their current MacBook Pro design. A 16"-16.5" screen would be the largest (...) -- Retina MacBook Pro, Ming-Chi Kuo

Mashable !

  • 04:16
    Hope you've still kept some old VHS tapes lying around, because turns out they're actually worth something. Urban Outfitters has rolled out its latest attempt to get you to buy stuff you don't need, in the form of a random assortment of five comedy video tapes from the 1990s. SEE ALSO: This raccoon influencer says they actually make good pets (but maybe stick to dogs) It's all yours for the princely sum of $40. Not only can you buy The Waterboy or A Night At The Roxbury on the superseded medium, but there are also horror, sci-fi and romance sets for sale.  "Each set is unique, (...) -- Culture, Vhs, Urban Outfitters, Web Culture
  • 04:15
    Spoiler warning: This article contains spoilers for Season 9 Episode 10 of The Walking Dead. The Whisperers have proven themselves to be one of the most terrifying threats in The Walking Dead, and learning more about them has only made them scarier. In Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, "Omega," the mysterious origin of the Whisperers began to unravel as the captured Whisperer Lydia recalls the early days of her and her family surviving after the zombie outbreak first began. In flashbacks and conversations with Henry and Daryl, Lydia recalls how her mother handled the crisis (...) -- Television, The Walking Dead, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows

NYT > Circuits

Techmeme

The Adam Carolla Podcast

Joi Ito’s Web

  • 04:33
    Ever since my friends and I set up a Digicash server to sell music and artwork with a digital currency called eCash representing real gold, back in the ’90s, I’ve been waiting for the day when cryptocurrencies—digital currencies that operate independently of central banks by using encryption to generate units and verify transfers of funds—would transform the world. Cryptocurrencies are finally here, but not exactly in the way that I envisioned. And so since last year, I’ve found myself issuing warnings instead of accolades about the latest trend in the frothy world of cryptocurrencies: ICOs, (...)

Engadget

Scripting News

  • 05:31
    I watched Looming Tower on Hulu. Very nice. Alec Baldwin plays George Tenet, head of the CIA. Interesting to see that a good part of his Donald Trump imitation is actually Alec Baldwin being himself.

hack a day

  • 04:00
    Crashing one’s bike is a childhood rite of passage, one that can teach valuable lessons in applied physics. Assuming the kid is properly protected and the crash is fairly tame, scrapes and bruises are exchanged for the wisdom to avoid sand and gravel patches, and how to avoid a ballistic dismount by not applying the front brakes harder than or before the rear brakes. But for many of us, those lessons were learned long ago using a body far more flexible than the version we’re currently in, and the stakes are higher for a bike ride that includes braking mistakes. To help with that, [Tom (...) -- Transportation Hacks, abs, accelerometer, anti-lock braking system, bicycles, bike, brakes, disc brakes, sensor
  • 01:00
    There is a population of retrocomputing enthusiasts out there, whose basements, garages, and attics have been taken over by machines of years past. Most of the time, these people concentrate on one make; you’re an Apple guy, or you’re a Commodore guy, or you’re a Ford guy, or you’re a Chevy guy. The weirdos drive around with an MSX in the trunk of an RX7. This is the auction for nobody. NASA’s JPL Lab is getting rid of several tons of computer equipment, all from various manufacturers, and not very ‘vintage’ at all. Check out the list. There are CRT monitors from 2003, which means they’re great (...) -- Hackaday Columns, Hackaday links, ai, jpl, OP-1, retrocomputing, teenage engineering

TechCrunch

MacRumors

  • 02:50
    Apple will release a 31.6-inch 6K display with a Mini LED-like backlight design in 2019, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who detailed his expectations for Apple's 2019 roadmap in a research note obtained by MacRumors. Apple left the display market back in 2016 with the discontinuation of the outdated Thunderbolt Display. Apple did, however, say they were working on a new screen alongside the new Mac Pro. Apple's Phil Schiller said in 2017:With regards to the Mac Pro, we are in the process of what we call "completely rethinking the Mac Pro." We’re working on it. We have a team (...) -- Mac Pro, LCDs, Ming-Chi Kuo

Techmeme

MacRumors

  • 00:56
    2nd Generation AirPods rumors have been heating up. Our AirPods Roundup provides the current status of the AirPods 2 rumors, and what to expect. Read More -- Roundup

NYT > Circuits

Techmeme

17 février

Mashable !

  • 22:45
    John Mulaney is bringing his brand of dry, self-effacing humor back to Saturday Night Live. The gifted comic, who is himself a former SNL writer, last hosted the show in April 2018. He was and is only the third former writer who wasn't also a cast member to get the hosting gig (after Conan O'Brien and Larry David, so pretty good company). Now he's set to return on March 2, as was confirmed when he tweeted out the show's typical host announcement image from his own Twitter account. Thomas Rhett will be the night's musical guest. oh boy pic.twitter.com/G3qCZ7u4xx — John Mulaney (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Saturday Night Live, John Mulaney
  • 22:11
    There are objects in our lives that will forever be tied to childhood: a favorite toy, for example, or the first chapter book that you read and truly connected with.  For most of us, these items are forever lost — long ago consigned to the dustbin of Goodwill. Not so for Professor John Pfaff, who on Feb. 16 shared with the world a discovery that blasted him straight to his personal past: a working 30-year-old Apple IIe computer.  "Oh. My. God," he tweeted. "An Apple IIe. Sat in my parents' attic for years. Decades. And it works." SEE ALSO: 'Fortnite' vulnerability put millions of accounts (...) -- Apple, Tech, Consumer Tech
  • 20:34
    Fossil hunters in Korea discovered long-dead spiders preserved in rock. And to the delight of scientists, the arachnids' eyes are still reflective — some 110 million years after the creatures died.  It's rare for insects and arachnids — which are far more brittle than shelled sea creatures — to become fossilized in rocks. But for reasons still unknown, a couple of these spiders did fossilize, and the unique shape of their eye structures continue to reflect light — even in their petrified form.  The reflective eye structure is called a tapetum, and it's often used by creatures who hunt in the (...) -- Science, Spiders, Glow, Palaeontology
  • 20:19
    Vice President Mike Pence isn't a complicated man.  He likes Chili's, using his personal AOL account for official government business, and gay conversion therapy. And so, when he addressed attendees at the Middle East conference in Poland on Feb. 14, it's clear he believed that same down-home flavor that's treated him so well in Trump Country would garner rounds of applause from his European audience.  That, dear reader, is where he went wrong. Speaking about the widely supported Iran nuclear deal, Pence told those in attendance that it was time to nofollow in the footsteps of the U.S. and (...) -- Donald Trump, Mike Pence, Culture, Politics
  • 19:35
    I started playing Anthem at the end of the week, just as the game came online for early access players on PC. And like a lot of other people, I discovered quickly that the load times are brutal. Anthem is widely perceived as publisher Electronic Arts' response to the success of Destiny. Both games are online-only outer space shooters that depend heavily on a sticky sense of progression and "live" in-game events to keep players invested. SEE ALSO: 'Anthem' gets off to a rocky start as EA's 'VIP Demo' weekend falls apart But where Destiny launched in 2014 and has benefited enormously (...) -- Tech, Entertainment, Gaming, Bioware, Anthem
  • 18:51
    To the awe even the NBA's elite All-Stars, guard Hamidou Diallo leaped over 7-foot-1-inch Shaquille O'Neal to win the 2019 dunk contest.  For emphasis, the Oklahoma City Thunder rookie then hung from the rim by his elbow joint before revealing a Superman shirt hidden beneath his jersey. Shaq, who once dominated the NBA will his 7'1", 325-pound frame, had his head slightly bowed, but Diallo still made his point and cleared the Hall of Famer's head with some room to spare. Hamidou Diallo got ⬆ over Shaq#PhotoOfTheNight pic.twitter.com/ju54EAc6qp — ESPN (ⓐespn) February 17, 2019 Highlights (...) -- Entertainment, Sports, Nba, Shaq, Shaquille O Neal
  • 17:19
    When a star is born, a chaotic light show ensues.  NASA's long-lived Hubble Space Telescope captured vivid bright clumps moving through the cosmos at some 1,000 light years from Earth. The space agency called these objects clear "smoking gun" evidence of a newly formed star — as new stars blast colossal amounts of energy-rich matter into space, known as plasma.  Seen as the vivid blue, ephemeral clumps in the top center of the new image below, these are telltale signs of an energy-rich gas, or plasma, colliding with a huge collection of dust and gas in deep space. As NASA says, these blue (...) -- Space, Nasa, Science, Hubble Space Telescope, Nebula
  • 17:17
    Don Cheadle, acclaimed actor and true-blue mensch. The man behind Marvel's War Machine mask brought his politics to the Saturday Night Live stage on Feb. 16. He used fashion to make a statement, at one point introducing Gary Clark, Jr., the night's musical guest, while wearing a simple t-shirt adorned with the words "PROTECT TRANS KIDS." It was a well-received fashion choice, to say the least. shit like this is why he survived Infinity War pic.twitter.com/kvBDXQ6NXC — tweeter valentine (ⓐMamoudouNDiaye) February 17, 2019 Sunday morning Twitter is flooded with support for Cheadle under (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Saturday Night Live, Don Cheadle
  • 16:06
    At one point during the latest Saturday Night Live, Weekend Update co-host Michael Che stared into the dark heart of the Donald Trump presidency and emerged to voice an immutable truth: "I am so tired of telling Donald Trump jokes." It was the realest moment Saturday Night Live has ever known. Also, there were a bunch of wall jokes. Please enjoy. Read more... More about Entertainment, Tv, Saturday Night Live, Weekend Update, and Entertainment -- Entertainment, Tv, Saturday Night Live, Weekend Update
  • 15:03
    This may be a game show parody rather than the actual thing, but it's got one notable advantage over February's Academy Awards show: there's a host. Kenan Thompson revived his effortless Steve Harvey impression for another episode of Celebrity Family Feud: Oscars Edition. This one pit the Hollywood old guard — Spike Lee (Don Cheadle), Glenn Close (Kate McKinnon), Sam Elliott (Beck Bennett), and Olivia Coleman (Cecily Strong) — against a bunch of noobs, plus Bradley Cooper (Kyle Mooney). The best thing about this bit? Melissa Villaseñor's transformative Lady Gaga impression. Read more... (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Academy Awards, Saturday Night Live
  • 14:41
    For Saturday Night Live's latest cold open, Alec Baldwin put on his Donald Trump mask and spent seven minutes recreating IRL Trump's sham press conference in which he unconvincingly presented his case for a fake national emergency. At least he was honest about it in SNL's version. The sketch is hardly an all-star by the show's standards, but it clearly hit close to home. On Sunday morning, Trump dinged NBC in a tweet and quickly nofollowed it up with a return to his favorite "the media are the enemy of the people" chestnut, in all caps for good measure. Read more... More about (...) -- Entertainment, Tv, Donald Trump, Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin
  • 11:00
    If we had it our way, we'd hire Fluffy the three-headed dog to guard our houses and live in peace forever. Unfortunately, this is not the Wizarding World, and we have no choice but to resort to the second best thing — home security products. In honor of Presidents Day, we're offering deals on items that will protect you against intrusions of any kind. Whether you want to keep hackers from accessing your home network or need something to protect you from thieves, we've got you covered. 1. HAVEN Mech Door Lock This heavy-duty door lock is designed to deter intruders — even if they're as (...) -- Fluffy the three-headed dog
  • 11:00
    There's no such thing as too many devices — until, of course, you're wrapped up like a mummy in a seemingly endless roll of different cables, multiple types of chargers, and all the gadgets to go with them. We get it: you're not getting rid of any of your devices anytime soon (you can release your death grip on your tablet now). The first thing you should do is streamline the number of battery packs and chargers you use.  We've rounded up these top picks, from the sleek and streamlined, to the durable and multi-function — all of which are on sale. Read more... ProBASE X Laptop/Monitor Stand (...) -- Presidents Day, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Stackcommerce, Wireless Chargers, Tech
  • 11:00
    It's no secret that there are a number of threats you could encounter when you go online — and no, we're not talking about that one weird Reddit thread you wish you could unsee. Malware, viruses, hackers, and other innovative forms of attack all pop up, and if you're like the average person you probably thoughtlessly use unsecured (a.k.a. free) WiFi connections all the time.  Protect your personal data while you browse with a VPN, a tool/service that completely encrypts your location and cloaks your browsing behaviors.  We've rounded up some of our top picks below — plus, plug in coupon (...) -- Cybersecurity, Vpn, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Stackcommerce, Tech

Coding Horror

Engadget

Boing Boing

hack a day

  • 22:00
    There are rumors of a cheap chip that does USB natively, has an Open Source toolchain, and costs a quarter. These aren’t rumors: you can buy the CH552 microcontroller right now. Surprisingly, there aren’t many people picking up this cheap chip for their next project. If there’s no original projects using this chip, no one is going to use this chip. Catch 22, and all that. Like a generous god, [Aaron Christophel] has got your back with a working example of programming this cheap chip, and doing something useful with it. It blinks LEDs, it writes to an I2C display, and it does everything you (...) -- Microcontrollers, CH552, CH554, programming, usb

TechCrunch

Programmable Web

TechCrunch

  • 19:44
    We were promised flying cars but, as it turns out, flying boats were easier to build. SeaBubbles, a “flying” boat startup that uses electric power instead of gas, hit Miami this weekend to show off one of its five prototype boats — or six, if you count an early, windowless white boat they’ve lovingly dubbed the “soapdish.” This innovative boat design combines technology from nautical industries, aviation, and intelligent software to raise the hull of the boat out of the water using foils, which helps it to consume less energy by allowing it to travel on rougher waters with reduced drag, while (...) -- TC, boat, Electric, miami, paris, partech ventures, sailing, seabubbles, taxi, United States, watercraft

Mashable !

  • 23:22
    You may want to just slow your roll for minute with this whole foldable phone thing.  While electronics giants such as Samsung are reportedly charging ahead to release smartphones that bend as early as this year, at least one major player in the space is taking this opportunity to sit back and see how it all plays out. That would be LG, whose head of mobile Brian Kwon told reporters that the company has decided now is not the right time for LG to release a phone that bends.    SEE ALSO: Why foldable phones have no chance at succeeding "We have reviewed releasing the foldable smartphone (...) -- Smartphones, Lg, Foldable Phones, Bendable Phones, Tech

Techmeme

Engadget

Engadget

Engadget

hack a day

  • 19:00
    It’s entirely possible to do your coding in vim or emacs, hammering out hotkeys to drive the interface and bring your code to life. While working in such a way has its charms, it can be confronting to new coders, and that’s before even considering trying to understand command line compiler settings. The greenhorn coder may find themselves more at home in the warm embrace of an IDE, and [morrows_end] has now built one for those working with AVR assembly code. The IDE goes by the name of Simple AVR IDE, or savr_ide for short. Programmed in C++ with the FLTK widget library, [morrows_end] has (...) -- classic hacks, Microcontrollers, assembly code, assembly language, AVR, avrdude, code, coding, ide

Boing Boing

Scripting News

  • 17:48
    I have an Electron app that I use every day. Something I wrote for myself. It runs fine, perfectly fast, the performance monitor doesn't indicate any problems. But if I don't reload the app every morning then it gets really slow. I thought I knew the reason, but then I fixed it and it still needs a reload. So maybe Electron isn't perfect, but it's a very good idea, and very useful. A combination of Chrome and Node. I've invested a lot of time in taming the programming model, so I don't want to hear about how Electron is like Flash. But if you think it's too slow, don't trash it, roll up (...)
  • 17:47
    Discourse is not Twitter's strength, not because of the thread structure, rather that it’s a write-only community of attention seekers. Most of what passes for discourse is thinly disguised spam.

hack a day

  • 16:00
    Cubes and pyramids are wonderful primitive three-dimensional objects, but everyone knows that the real mystical power is in icosahedrons. Yes, the twenty-sided polyhedron does more than just ruin your saving throws in tabletop RPGs – it can also glow and look shiny in your loungeroom at home. [janth]’s build relies on semitransparent acrylic mirrors for the infinity effect, lasercut into triangles to form the faces of the icosahedron. The frame is built out of 3D printed rails which slot on to the acrylic mirrors, and also hold the LED strips. [janth] chose high-density strips with 144 (...) -- LED Hacks, ESP32, icosahedron, infinity, infinity mirror, led, leds
  • 13:00
    Although many people think of Linux-based operating systems as graphical, really that GUI is just another application running over the bare operating system. Power users, remote administrators, and people running underpowered computers like a Raspberry Pi have a tendency to do more with command line tools. [Igor] did a FOSDEM19 presentation you can see below about how he’s providing web-like services to the command line using web servers and curl as a client. This is subtly different from just accessing an ordinary web server via curl. The output is meant for display in the terminal. Of (...) -- Linux Hacks, cli, command line, curl, linux, telnet

Wired News : Top Stories

Daring Fireball

  • 20:05
    At the end of January, Jason Snell published his annual Six Colors Apple Report Card for 2018. This year 55 voters (hand-selected by Snell) graded Apple in 11 areas. I was one of them, and thought it only fair to publish my grades and remarks here at Daring Fireball. Comments in [brackets] are additional commentary I wrote now, and were not included in what I submitted to Snell. Mac: D I’d say it’s been an OK year at best. On the MacBook front they had decent MacBook Pro updates and the third-gen butterfly keyboard seems to have fixed the reliability problems with the previous keyboards. (...)

BetaNews.Com

  • 17:03
    When you delete a direct message on Twitter, it is gone forever, right? From a user's point of view, this is true -- a deleted message vanishes. But a security researcher has discovered that Twitter is actually hanging onto these messages. Karan Saini found that he was able to see messages he deleted years ago when he downloaded an archive of his Twitter data from the site. See also: Facebook is ready to fight back against anti-vaxxers Health experts call on Facebook to close anti-vaxxer groups Open letter signed by Mozilla demands Facebook take 'real action' against disinformation Upon (...) -- [Continue Reading]

Techmeme

TechCrunch

  • 18:17
    A storm is brewing over a new language model, built by non-profit artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, which it says is so good at generating convincing, well-written text that it’s worried about potential abuse. That’s angered some in the community, who have accused the company of reneging on a promise not to close off its research. OpenAI said its new natural language model, GPT-2, was trained to predict the next word in a sample of 40 gigabytes of internet text. The end result was the system generating text that “adapts to the style and content of the conditioning text,” (...) -- Artificial Intelligence, Government, Security, articles, artificial intelligence, Elon Musk, energy, executive, OpenAI, president, quantum computing, recycling, trump, United States
  • 18:09
    Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor Startup names may have passed peak weirdness Where seed and early-stage funding is growing, contracting or holding steady Some 17 years ago, when internet dating was popular but still kind of embarrassing to talk about, I interviewed an author who was particularly bullish on the practice. Millions of people, he said, have found gratifying relationships online. Were it not for the internet, they would probably never have met. A lot of years have passed since then. Yet thanks to Joe Schwartz, an author of a 20-year-old dating (...) -- Column, Social, TC, Venture Capital, dating apps, online dating
  • 15:00
    Let me begin by saying that Facebook’s Crisis Response pages do a lot of good. They are a locus for donations and offers of help. But that said, for the love of humanity, when something bad happens, please stop marking yourself safe on Facebook. They don’t mean to prey on our anxieties. They mean to assuage them. But all they do is reinforce the incorrect notion that the world is a terrifying place where unpredictable awful things happen frequently; they worsen the problem by attempting to treat the symptom. Consider, for instance, “The Tornado in Ottawa, Ontario and Gatineau, Quebec, (...) -- Opinion, TC

Seth’s Blog

  • 11:37
    In order to maintain its power, common anxiety (sometimes called worrying) needs your help. Constant reminders, moments of conflict and concrete examples all pitch in to keep our worry on the warpath, amplifying it and further frazzling us. The feeling of experiencing failure in advance happens to many of us. But with active encouragement we can make it much worse. Without our help, it’ll likely fade away. But if we work at it, we can keep it going for hours. Not only do each of us experience worry, the feeling of imminent failure, but we often escalate it with our words and actions. (...) -- anxiety

Techmeme

Cool Tools

  • 10:00
    News from the Future In addition to Recomendo, I also write a newsletter for Institute for the Future, called “News from the Future.” It comes out twice a week and each issue has four or five short news items that are signals of possible futures that await us. Subscribe here. — MF New ways to work I am not into management or business books, but this one is an exception: Brave New Work. It’s an intelligent and readable summary of the best practices (so far) in remaking what we used to call “work.” Aaron Dignan evaluates all the crazy ideas (open books, no bosses, etc.) to see which ones are (...) -- Recomendo








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