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👗🚻📱10 Things - Issue #234 Virgil Abloh, alpine toilets, and the four-day workweek

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June 25 · Issue #234 · View online
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This 10 Things release shows the first glimpse of our post-pandemic reality. Are the four-day workweek upgrade and an unsatisfying need for holidays the next big thing? Thank goodness Gallup has your back through the discovery of the silver bullet for managers. High-development culture, we’re coming for you!
While time passes by, educate yourself on the origins of design lingo and fulfil your fantasies. How you might ask? Record a duet with Tupac or Jay-Z, faux-pac on the mic it is.
Sincerely,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. “Amen break” by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton. 1. “Amen break” by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton.
2. Generate new verses from your favourite rappers with AI tool Uberduck.
3. #Summer2021, a glorious teenage summer that will never happen.
4. The upcoming flood of vacation requests.
5. Alpine toilets by Marco Volken.
6. Google’s AI-designed chip tells us about the nature of intelligence.
7. Japan government backs four-day workweek, but experts split.
8. Gallup fixes the broken practice of management.
9. The etymology of programming.
10. How to think about pleasure.
“Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.”
–Torrie T. Asai
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Good luck!
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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