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🤖✈️💻 10 Things - Issue #230 Designed enrollment processes, airport culture and copying code

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April 30 · Issue #230 · View online
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This Friday, we show you the vast impact of our favourite topic (firstly: guess, secondly: design is always the answer) on our world. As Gen Z being our proud successors, we dive deep into the so-called airport culture, discuss the perks of NFTs for struggling artists, and reveal the truth about how often people actually copy and paste from Stack Overflow. And of course, some other nicely curated mishmash.
Happy weekend!
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1. The significant impact of designed enrollment processes. 1. The significant impact of designed enrollment processes.
2. Why the advice of telling women to ask for advice is bad advice.
3. New Gen Z vocabulary alert: Airport Culture.
4. How struggling artists will benefit from the NFT boom.
5. The houses of Rietveld, Gropius, Le Corbusier, and many more.
6. The two different highway fonts in the US deconstructed.
7. How often people copy code exposed. Sorry, not sorry :)
8. Mesmerising marine life in a dazzling ocean.
9. The evolution of remote work.
10. The enormous power of Tech giants, and what they do(n't do) with it.
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”
- Steve Jobs
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