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🆕😎 10 Things - Issue #213 - Fake designers, three dimensional journalism and inclusiveness

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This issue of 10 Things shares ideas on how to make software more trans-inclusive, how to be a better
 
August 7 · Issue #213 · View online
10 Things
This issue of 10 Things shares ideas on how to make software more trans-inclusive, how to be a better lock-picker and AI that pretends to be human.
Sincerely,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. The New York Times is reconstructing journalistic scenes in 3D.
2. Who is Nikolay Ironov?
3. If you’re not outside your comfort zone, you won’t learn anything.
4. The UX of LEGO interface panels.
5. The weirdness of watching yourself on zoom.
6. How to make your software more trans-inclusive.
7. How the custom ringtone industry paved the way for the app store.
8. Scientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates.
9. Here's you chance to play the theremin.
10. Inside the hidden world of competitive lockpicking.
“I trust that none will stretch the seams in putting on the coat, for it may do good service to him whom it fits.”
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