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🔴🔵 10 Things - Issue #218 - Super-technologies, complex molecules & food systems

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This issue of 10 Things highlights super-technologies and the skills needed to create digitally-power
 
October 16 · Issue #218 · View online
10 Things
This issue of 10 Things highlights super-technologies and the skills needed to create digitally-powered (user) experiences – from public spaces and food systems to complex molecules and emotions, it’s all about creating value in your preferred connected medium.
Sincerely,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. Designed in Minecraft, built in real life.
2. AI reads human Emotions. Should it?
3. Alphabet's new moonshot is to transform how we grow food.
4. Here's how the CEO of Figma went from a computer science intern to the head of a $2 billion company.
5. Make me think: why some friction might be good for the user.
6. Why can't my camera capture the wildfire sky?
7. Be a creator, not just a consumer.
8. What makes a good designer and could you be one?
9. Advice to my young self: to succeed in your career, forget side projects and focus on your job.
10. A viral hit? The sequence of coronavirus makes surprisingly lovely music
Bonus link: Join us during Digital Design Days - Online Edition, where our very own Nishita Tamuly will give a keynote on digital fashion. Bonus link: Join us during Digital Design Days - Online Edition, where our very own Nishita Tamuly will give a keynote on digital fashion.
“It’s easier to ask forgiveness than it is to get permission.”

10 Things is a bi-weekly digest comprising the best reads, listens, videos, and websites that the internet has to offer. Every fortnight, we share a rare blend of strategy, design, technology, business updates, culture, and weird internet randomness.
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