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⭕️ 10 Things - Issue #214 - Thousand year old repos, virtual taxi rides & nautical metaphors

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This issue of 10 Things shows us the adaptability of the human race – from visual cues, alternate med
 
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10 Things
This issue of 10 Things shows us the adaptability of the human race – from visual cues, alternate mediums, ways of working, and shifts in perspective, our power lies in seeing the world change through the lens of empathy.
Sincerely,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. The GitHub Archive Program will safely store every public GitHub repo for 1,000 years in the Arctic.
2. Virtually cruise around in dozens of cities—from Buenos Aires to Tokyo—while listening to the local radio.
3. COVID-19 safeguards have created a black market for gyms.
4. By giving their employees the freedom to work from anywhere, Bay Area tech companies appear to have touched off an exodus.
5. Struggling to achieve perfection? This nautical metaphor might help.
6. How social justice slideshows made by activists took over Instagram.
7. Pharrell — when we stick together, treat each other better, and welcome each other, there’s more opportunity for everyone.
8. What a doctor learns from watching you on video chat.
9. If founders treated their investors the same way they treated their employees.
10. Ride through a German village on ‘the flying train’ in incredible footage from 1902.
“The heaviest penalty for declining to rule is to be ruled by someone inferior to yourself.”
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