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Jul 30, 16

http://j.mp/2a7rmSV

Filed under: Online game Tagged: online game, pokemon

Jul 24, 16

The debate over telecommuting that Yahoo has spurred raises an important issue, but it’s not simply about workplace flexibility or telecommuting, but rather the fundamental nature of work itself. By 2020, more than 40% of the US workforce will be so…

Jul 19, 16

The Connectivist

Reposted from the P2PFoundation website   and can be seen at   http://j.mp/29QMGgx

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Civic and community initiatives are working to vitalize our urban, rural, scientific and digital commons, …

Jul 16, 16

Falling in love with Lisbon – and Portuguese tarts! – http://j.mp/2a0AztC

Filed under: curation

Jun 30, 16

While I love the tactile appeal of analog systems, my usage of them is typically haphazard at best and I always wind up mostly relying on digital means of staying organized. So when Evan Leah Quinn posted a photo of her Filofax that kinda made me dr…

Jun 24, 16

It’s a lesson that I feel my own generation learned too late, the result of which has been apathy, a lack of political engagement, and the feeling that there is no point participating in a system that does not have our interests at heart. And so we …

Jun 18, 16

Suspended on thin cables and dressed in green, blue and yellow outfits, the dancers ran and jumped across the giant expanse of glass.

During the routine, they ducked under and leapt over one another – clearing impressive air from the vertical surfa…

Jun 08, 16

A group of offshore wind companies have pledged that the technology will generate electricity as cheaply as fossil fuels in Europe within a decade – but only if policymakers across the EU take the steps needed to ensure such growth as a matter of ur…

Jun 07, 16

Maybe you know the feeling.You’re out and about somewhere, doing something you either really need to do — like online banking or trying to catch a flight out of O’Hare — or something you really want to do — like trying to navigate the byzantine comp…

Jun 06, 16

Beginners or people who don’t think they are particularly creative often get frustrated at how slow they are at coming up with ideas.

This is often because they only start thinking of ideas once they have something to work on — this is way too late…

Jun 05, 16

a fresh drawing everyday day

This afternoon at Calle de la Paz.

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Jun 05, 16

One of the biggest mistakes you can make in your creative project is to pick a topic which is too big.As an artist and designer I keep making one mistake time and again. So if this article sounds like me giving advice to other creatives… it is actua…

Jun 05, 16

I’m an expert on how technology hijacks our psychological vulnerabilities. That’s why I spent the last three years as a Design Ethicist at Google caring about how to design things in a way that defends a billion people’s minds from getting hijacked.…

Jun 05, 16

Many cool Valley companies have engineering-first cultures, but Facebook took it to a different level. The engineers ran the place, and so as long as you shipped code and didn’t break anything (too often), you were golden. The spirit of subversive h…

May 31, 16

Robin Hanson thinks the robot takeover, when it comes, will be in the form of emulations. In his new book, The Age of Em, the economist explains: you take the best and brightest 200 human beings on the planet, you scan their brains and you get robot…

May 31, 16

Even while they censored their citizens’ very thoughts, the communists dreamed big. Spufford’s hero is Leonid Kantorovich, the only Soviet ever to win a Nobel prize for economics. Rattling along on the Moscow metro, he fantasises about what plenty w…

May 30, 16

If you live inside one of the houses in a new neighborhood being built in an Amsterdam suburb, your dining room might be next to an indoor vegetable garden. Outside, you’ll have another seasonal garden. And down the street, almost everything you eat…

May 30, 16

All publicly funded scientific papers published in Europe could be made free to access by 2020, under a “life-changing” reform ordered by the European Union’s science chief, Carlos Moedas.The Competitiveness Council, a gathering of ministers of scie…

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