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πŸ’πŸ€–πŸ₯― 10 Things - Issue #194 - Why brands should stop acting like startups, simulated buffet lines, and the doodling for grownups.

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Some really good and thought-provoking reads in this issue, covering topics such as why brands should
 
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10 Things
Some really good and thought-provoking reads in this issue, covering topics such as why brands should stop acting like startups, computer-simulated buffet lines, and the corruption of design thinking. Enjoy!

1. Stunning aerial imagery of how human activity and natural forces shape our Earth. 1. Stunning aerial imagery of how human activity and natural forces shape our Earth.
2. Why acting like a startup (when you are a big brand) is not a good strategy.
3. An imperfect recipe for creating culture.
4. Thom Yorke's last music video is a gorgeous hybrid of 3D and hand-painted frames
5. Marc Benioff: Capitalism is broken. How can we fix it?
6. It’s time designers stop unsolicitedly redesigning Spotify.
7. Juul and the corruption of design thinking.
8. WeTransfer launches The Paper Store, doodling therapy for adults.
9. The usage, evolution, and perception of digital laughter.
10. Using computer simulations to optimize... Buffet lines?
β€œChange is never easy, but always possible.”
β€” Barack Obama
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