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👁👄👁 10 Things - Issue #223 - Gen Z, Robot dance and Wikipedia

January 22 · Issue #223 · View online
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This issue of 10 Things tries to get under Gen Z’s skin, peel back the curtain of Boston Dynamics’s dance experiment, and explain how writing can give products personality.
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1. The humorous, absurd, plural, and defiant story of Generation Z. 1. The humorous, absurd, plural, and defiant story of Generation Z.
2. How Boston Dynamics taught their robots to get their dance moves on.
3. How to write digital products with personality.
4. Google’s 2020 best in design.
5. Happy 20th birthday, Wikipedia. Thank you for moving humanity forward.
6. “Escapista” is the slow-tv to treat your cabin fever.
7. Feel the burn outside your house, using street view!
8. What social networks can learn from public spaces.
9. Editor X’s web design trends of 2021.
10. User stories from hell.
Hard times don’t create heroes. It is during the hard times when the “hero” within us is revealed. 
— Bob Marley
Bonus links:
Letter of Rejoice — Issue 1 '21
Vacancy: Interactive Art Director
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