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👩‍🎓🖥 10 Things - Issue #209 - Searching for a delightful web & no more facial recognition technology

June 12 · Issue #209 · View online
10 Things
This issue of 10 Things sheds light on the rapidly evolving role of technology – how it is changing the way we work, learn, think, and even advocate for causes we care about.
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1. When frontend means full stack. 1. When frontend means full stack.
2. How Google Docs became the social media of the resistance.
3. IBM will no longer offer, develop, or research facial recognition technology.
4. The rise of remote work might spell the end for Silicon Valley as we know it.
5. Google Search is now optimizing for a more delightful web.
6. The office is not a place, it’s a people.
7. Ask a project manager: how do I become my own boss?
8. Diversifying your design syllabus with recommended readings by women, non-binary, and culturally diverse authors.
9. Which rating scale should you use in your UX research?
10. In the post-crisis workforce reset, flexibility and a portfolio-based approach to work strategy will be key.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere"
— Martin Luther King, Jr.
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