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🎆🤔🤖 10 Things - Issue #222 - Thinking for yourself, DALL-E and crypto buzzwords

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Best wishes for 2021, and welcome back to 10 Things, our bi-weekly curation of the most thought-provo
 
January 8 · Issue #222 · View online
10 Things
Best wishes for 2021, and welcome back to 10 Things, our bi-weekly curation of the most thought-provoking and delightful content you can find on the internet.
This year’s first issue prompts you to think for yourself while also hinting about the AI-powered future of content creation. Plus, working-preferences in the post-corona world, and much more.
Enjoy,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. How to think for yourself.
2. DALL·E — An exciting concept that hints about tomorrow’s content creation.
3. What is the future of offices when workers have a choice?
4. The skeptics’ introduction to crypto art and NFTs for artists and designers.
5. Can Shopify compete with Amazon without becoming Amazon?
6. Why danger symbols can’t last forever.
7. An engineering argument for basic income.
8. Blob Opera (Yes, you’ve probably seen it, but we can’t help it. Too cute, too good!)
9. A designer’s life with color vision deficiency.
10. Behavioral scientist’s notable books of 2020.
Your motto should not be ’do what you love’ so much as ’do what you’re curious about.’
Bonus links:
Your Majesty’s 2020 year in review.
We’re hiring an Interactive Art Director.
10 Things is a bi-weekly digest comprising the best reads, listens, videos, and websites that the internet offers. Every fortnight, we share a rare blend of strategy, design, technology, business updates, culture, and weird internet randomness.
It’s brought to you by Your Majesty, the curious knighthood who powers digital products and brand experiences for leading organizations.

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