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10 Things - Issue #225 - Queerness in communist propaganda and how to eat an elephant

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February 19 · Issue #225 · View online
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This issue of 10 Things explores the new internet – from making way for design at scale to being an instigator of social change, how might we find a way to regulate the space that literally holds the answer to it all.
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1. Skittish might actually be something we need. 1. Skittish might actually be something we need.
2. Our buddy Kerry of The Fabricant speaks to Liam at Google Design about Virtual Couture.
3. How to eat an elephant, one atomic concept at a time.
4. A radical examination of queerness in communist propaganda.
5. The more we can google, the less we know.
6. The never-ending job of selling design systems.
7. A pocket guide to the surreal internet
8. The dream job that wasn’t.
9. Twenty-six words created the Internet. What will it take to save it?
10. The best thing you can do after you eat too much.
So next time you’re craving something to eat, maybe you’ll engage, and maybe you won’t, but don’t feel bad if your mouth is feeling a bit lonely these days. Sometimes laughing about it and moving on is the best thing you can do after eating a bit too much.
— Kaki Okumura
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.
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