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How to Be More Confident in Yourself (9 Proven Hacks) - How to Beast
How to Be More Confident in Yourself (9 Proven Hacks) - How to Beast
Confidence is everything… If you are confident, then you believe in yourself. You believe in your ability to take action and accomplish your goals. But without…
17 hours ago by carlosfusa
How the Internet Gets Inside Us | The New Yorker
Adam Gopnick:
“Blair’s and Pettegree’s work on the relation between minds and machines, and the combination of delight and despair we find in their collisions, leads you to a broader thought: at any given moment, our most complicated machine will be taken as a model of human intelligence, and whatever media kids favor will be identified as the cause of our stupidity.”

“It is odd and new to be living in the library; but there isn’t anything odd and new about the library… Yet surely having something wrapped right around your mind is different from having your mind wrapped tightly around something. What we live in is not the age of the extended mind but the age of the inverted self.”

“A social network is crucially different from a social circle, since the function of a social circle is to curb our appetites and of a network to extend them. Everything once inside is outside, a click away; much that used to be outside is inside, experienced in solitude.”

It took me a while to understand the term ‘ever-waser’ because I was pronouncing it wrong in my head – think ‘same as it ever was’.
articles  technology 
yesterday by metaproof
Sprint Stories
Подборка кейсов использования дизайн-спринтов, которую курирует команда Google Ventures.
UX  sprints  case  articles 
yesterday by jvetrau
How Rampant is Fabrication in Medical Literature? | Medpage Today
Inappropriate statistics in new paper may exaggerate the problem
articles  medicine  bias 
yesterday by gmisra
Overcoming Internet Disillusionment: On the Principles of Meme Design
Our disenchantment with the internet is a fact. Yet again, enlightenment does not bring us liberation but depression. The once fabulous aura that surrounded our beloved apps, blogs, and social media has deflated. Swiping, sharing, and liking have begun to feel like soulless routines, empty gestures. We’ve started to unfriend and unfollow, yet we can’t afford to delete our accounts, as this implies social suicide. If “truth is whatever produces most eyeballs,” as Evgeny Morozov states, a general click strike seems like the only option left. But since this is not happening, we feel trapped and console ourselves with memes.
internet  netpolitics  internetmeme  culture  articles 
yesterday by mikael

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