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🕊🖼🤖 10 Things - Issue #252 The only Pantone colors that matter, the added value of NFTs, and the latest news of tech

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March 4 · Issue #252 · View online
10 Things
A curation of all the latest tech news that seemed unpredictable until a certain point.
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⚔️ Your Majesty

Cover Design by Jessy Moreira.
Cover Design by Jessy Moreira.
1. Pantone: when Freedom Blue meets Energizing Yellow.
2. How your brand should use NFTs. Wading into a new space always comes with risk—but so does staying out of it.
3. A peek into the closet of a Gen Z investor.
4. Laws, theories, principles and patterns that developers will find useful.
5. Google Search is dying and Reddit is currently the most popular search engine—but they don't know.
6. False Futurism: The metaverse is just another way to “go online”.
7. Confessions of a Bitcoin widow: how a dream life turned into a nightmare.
8. From Microsoft to Meta, the race is on to sell an amorphous concept that no one really wants them to build.
9. How wanting less leads to satisfaction.
‎10. The podcast that will help your agency to stand out.
“Design is art optimized to meet objectives.”
— Shimon Shmueli
Bonus:
Still haven’t decided on joining? The countdown for SXSW is on, and we have the ideal reason for you to come. Our Strategy Director, Viet Hoang, will moderate the panel on The Future of Fashion in the Metaverse with fellow industry experts such as Cathy Hackl, Marjorie Hernandez, and Andrew Ku.
🚀 Will we see you there? Drop us a message.
🚀 Will we see you there? Drop us a message.
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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