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August 19 · Issue #264 · View online
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This week in 10 Things: we’re re-evaluating how we use Agile, we wonder why NFT marketplaces are not paying royalties, and we’re learning that we might someday send some of our code in space. That and 7 other things.
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1. Is the internet computer the future of computing?
2. Extra flexibility becomes a blessing and a burden for women in the workplace.
3. 6 Lessons from women leaders shaping the future of web3
4. Why NFT creators and collectors can’t stop talking about artist royalties
5. It’s okay to be envious. It can even be a good thing.
6. Self-imaging: identity, disruption, transformation. An online lecture series on global pop cultures
7. Would DALL-E generated NFTs be considered art?
8. Agile projects have become waterfall projects with sprints
10. The James Webb Space Telescope uses JavaScript to take pictures
“As for the future, your task is not to foresee it, but to enable it.”
— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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