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August 5 · Issue #263 · View online
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We’re learning what’s moving youth culture in 2022, why TikTok makes people famous but not necessarily rich, and why achieving entrepreneurial success doesn’t necessarily mean you get happy.
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1. Unpacking Youth Culture 2022.
2. Interlines take on the metaverse’s and Web3’s impact on fashion.
3. How do you know when to stop working on a project?
4. Andrew Wilkinson shares his story of struggling to find happiness despite his wild success.
5. Despite millions of followers, TikTok stars struggle to cash in.
6. We’ve spotted a few over the years—client red flags.
7. Punny and insightful—Minecraft blocks the blockchain from its block game.
8. We’re getting excited about NeRF! No, not the toy gun kind.
9. Ever wondered how to brief a data analyst?
10. Not sure what it has to do with banking, but it sure is a cute and beautifully designed 3D world.
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”
— Maya Angelou
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