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October 21 · Issue #268 · View online
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Did you miss us? Last week we skipped a beat as we took the entire knighthood on a company retreat in a dreamy castle in the south of Belgium.
This week, we’re back with new goodies, and it’s been a unique blend of GUCCI, retro-music behaviors, and web3 divide.
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. “There’s an endless choice, but you’re not listening.”
2. Non-coercive marketing: A primer.
3. PALACE x GUCCI is chef’s kiss.
4. GPT3 can simulate real people now.
5. Novelty fallacy: why new isn’t always better.
6. Tech futurism's blind spots.
7. The Innoficiency problem.
8. Awwwards has a new website.
9. It’s lonely in the Metaverse. Or is that only for the Zuckerverse?
10. But the industry is still progressing — Ready Player Me launches API for avatar interoperability.
To be an artist, you don’t have to compose music or paint or be in the movies or write books. It’s just a way of living. It has to do with paying attention, remembering, filtering what you see and answering back, participating in life.
Viggo Mortensen
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