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Dear readers, Week 49 and 50 was special because we celebrated that we are back at 1000+ subscribers,
 
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10 Things
Dear readers,
Week 49 and 50 was special because we celebrated that we are back at 1000+ subscribers, since we lost bunch in the GDPRapocalypse.
So a BIG THANK YOU to all who stayed with us this year, and to all newcomers, a heartfelt WELCOME!ย 
This issue is the last one for the year as weโ€™re closing shop for the holidays. Weโ€™ll be back second week of January and we canโ€™t wait to see what crazy things 2019 will throw at us.
Enjoy our most liked, debated, and shared links of w. 49 and 50, 2018.
๐ŸŽ‰Merry holidays and a happy new year. ๐ŸŽ‡
โ€” Your Majesty

1. Your apps know where you were last night. 1. Your apps know where you were last night.
2. Adult Swim wins silliest/best site of the year? We spent way too much time on this...
3. Are you thinking about implementing voice interfaces? This guide covers a lot (and if you need help, we're good at it too).
4. Hey Internet makers, browser diversity starts with us.
5. Google Earth Studio - Let the world tell your story.
6. Nvidia has created the first game demo using AI-generated graphics.
7. In defense of beautiful design.
8. Glitch sums up 2018 with their book: 'Looky What We Made'.
9. We're betting on that bigGAN morphing will be a hot trend in the new year. It looks pretty rad. ๐Ÿค™
10. Tips on how you can balance full-time work with that creative side project in 2019.
We always strive for a unicorn but are happy with a beautiful horse.
โ€”Sebastien Dancer-Michel, Your Majesty Squire 2018

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