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In this issue we cover topic such as if work space jargon might be a linguistic barrier, the inclusiv
 
November 15 · Issue #195 · View online
10 Things
In this issue we cover topic such as if work space jargon might be a linguistic barrier, the inclusive dictionary of the modern world and that Moto Razr is being revived as a foldable smartphone. Enjoy!

1. The myth and magic of generating new ideas. 1. The myth and magic of generating new ideas.
2. On frictionless design and neurotic algorithms.
3. Is workplace jargon undermining your work?
4. Mastercard to offer cards aimed at transgender and nonbinary people.
5. The extreme physics pushing Moore’s law to the next level.
6. Google is experimenting with a new badge of shame for slow websites.
7. Adidas says they over-invested in digital advertising at the expense of brand building.
8. We define our words, but they don't define us.
9. The psychology behind unethical behavior.
10. Motorola revives the Razr as a foldable smartphone.
β€œComplaining is silly. Either act or forget.”
β€” Stefan Sagmeister
Bonus-link below
Designing the future of digital-only fashion Designing the future of digital-only fashion
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