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👾🏀💻 10 Things - Issue #235 The impact of deadlines, Americanism, and Newsletters

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July 9 · Issue #235 · View online
10 Things
Issue #235 is all about impact.
Get investigated in the aftermath of Americanism, email newsletters and deadlines on our wellbeing.
Glance through multiple reasons why we should wave certain types of language goodbye to create an inclusive work environment. Stop moving balls forward, and start reading 10 Things instead.
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⚔️ Your Majesty

1. What deadlines do to lifetimes. 1. What deadlines do to lifetimes.
2. Six types of language that hurt your company culture.
3. Pioneers of deep learning think its future is gonna be lit.
4. A new literary genre called “Email newsletters”.
5. Why the rotting internet is a collective hallucination.
6. Your brain does something amazing between bouts of intense learning.
7. Important life lessons from Central Saint Martins.
8. Virtual Reality unveiled a unique brain wave that could boost learning.
9. Identify thousands of birds with Merlin Bird ID!
10. A new AI pair programmer — GitHub Copilot.
“The internet made fame wack and anonimity cool.”
–Frank Ocean
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