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14 days ago
Joni Mitchell’s Openhearted Heroism
She made the best music of her generation by falling in love, over and over, while defending her sense of self.
joni-mitchell  new-yorker 
14 days ago
Momo Is as Real as We’ve Made Her - The New York Times
Adults are terrified about what their children are seeing online. Should they be?
momo  nytimes 
21 days ago
Emmett Till’s Murder, and How America Remembers Its Darkest Moments - The New York Times
He walked into a store and it changed civil rights. That crumbling store has come to symbolize the struggle to address the nation’s racial violence.
emmett-till  nytimes 
28 days ago
Venmo Is the Secret to Understanding How Couples Split Their Finances - MEL Magazine
They may be legally wed, but they’re sure to divvy up their expenses down to the penny
venmo  melmagazine 
4 weeks ago
Enterprise applications of quantum computing | Deloitte Insights
​People usually use the word quantum  either theoretically (e.g., quantum physics) or metaphorically (e.g., quantum leap). But quantum computing is not speculative fiction—it's already happening and looking ahead to new data-intensive solutions for cybersecurity, logistics, risk management, and more.
quantum  delioitte 
4 weeks ago
Various Artists: Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack-Deluxe Edition Album Review | Pitchfork
The legendary document of grunge celebrates its 25th anniversary with a reissue dominated by Chris Cornell, revealing just how much he contributed to the film’s blend of Seattle reality and fiction.
pitchfork  singles  chris-cornell  pearl-jam 
4 weeks ago
Pop, Prince and Black Panthers: the glorious life of Chaka Khan | Music | The Guardian
The self-described ‘alpha chick’ has weathered addiction, dodgy managers and the death of Prince to remain as funky as ever. She describes how she went from gun-toting activist to teetotal vegan
chaka-khan  the-guardian 
4 weeks ago
Patient Portal | Why it isn't the best way to engage patients | OhMD
We know we need to engage patients, and we refuse to believe that the portal can’t deliver.
5 weeks ago
Dr. John Ioannidis Exposes the Bad Science of Colleagues - The Atlantic
Much of what medical researchers conclude in their studies is misleading, exaggerated, or flat-out wrong. So why are doctors—to a striking extent—still drawing upon misinformation in their everyday practice? Dr. John Ioannidis has spent his career challenging his peers by exposing their bad science.
research  science  the-atlantic 
5 weeks ago
Patricia Lockwood · The Communal Mind: The Internet and Me · LRB 21 February 2019
A few years ago, when it suddenly occurred to us that the internet was a place we could never leave, I began to keep a diary of what it felt like to be there in the days of its snowy white disintegration, which felt also like the disintegration of my own mind. My interest was not academic. I did not care about the Singularity, or the rise of the machines, or the afterlife of being uploaded into the cloud. I cared about the feeling that my thoughts were being dictated. I cared about the collective head, which seemed to be running a fever.
5 weeks ago
We spent $51,975 on podcast advertising: here’s everything we learned
Over the course of half a year, I trial‐and‐errored my way through all the things that Google doesn’t tell you.
The good news? I’m about to share everything we learned with you.
podcast  advertising  medium 
5 weeks ago
Cognitive Journaling: A Systematic Method to Overcome Negative Beliefs
A complete system for using principles of cognitive behavioral therapy to overcome your own problematic emotions and behaviors
cbt  medium  therapy  journaling 
5 weeks ago
The Intrepid Path to Design Leadership – Ingeniously Simple – Medium
It’s now over two years since I went from being an individual contributor and moved into a design leadership role; which seemed like an appropriate point to pause, do a little introspection and share some of the ups and downs of my journey so far.
design-leadership  medium 
5 weeks ago
Children’s UX: Usability Issues in Designing for Young People
New research with users aged 3–12 shows that children have gained substantial proficiency in using websites and apps since our last studies, though many designs are still not optimized for younger users. Designing for children requires distinct usability approaches, including targeting content narrowly for children of different ages.
ux  usability  children  nng  research 
5 weeks ago
The State of Mobile User Experience
Ten years from the original iPhone, the field of mobile UX has finally reached maturity.
mobile  ux  nng  research 
5 weeks ago
The Secret Life of Amazon’s Vine Reviewers - The New York Times
A small and powerful society of Viners create Amazon’s reality. But is there such a thing as too much free stuff?
amazon  nytimes 
5 weeks ago
MacKenzie Bezos and the Myth of the Lone Genius Founder | WIRED
What was often missing, or glossed over, is the fact that MacKenzie helped her husband start his historic company, starting by agreeing to leave their life and move across the country from New York City to Seattle, where Amazon was founded. It’s also part of a wider pattern of how the stories of tech companies get told, which erases the many individuals who help to build them in favor of highlighting the “lone genius” at the helm. Many of the people who fade to the background have been women.
amazon  jeff-bezos  founder  mackenzie-bezos 
5 weeks ago
Penn State turns to INFLCR for recruiting boost - INFLCR
There are going to be winners and losers in this rapidly evolving college sports social-media space,” Cavale says. “The early adopters like Penn State who embrace these realities are going to gain a competitive edge because it is increasingly going to be an expectation of the players being recruited that they will have access to content and get help with their personal brand.”
penn-state  social-media 
6 weeks ago
Defending UX Design Decisions – 8 Essential Techniques | Chris Kiess
If you are going to successfully sell or defend your design, you have to involve those who do not push pixels and make them feel as though they are part of the process. You have to get over yourself and your profession. And, you have to understand the design process from a holistic perspective recognizing the design is influenced beyond just the UX team.
6 weeks ago
An Intensely Personal Tribute to A Tribe Called Quest - The New York Times
A Tribe Called Quest will always evoke more for him than just a sound. “Go Ahead in the Rain” traces the story of the group over the past three decades. It pays attention to the larger changes in the culture, but its overall tenor is warm, immediate and intensely personal.
atcq  hanif-abdurraqib 
7 weeks ago
You’re probably using the wrong dictionary « the blog
draft #4 is the draft after the painstaking labor of creation is done, when all that’s left is to punch up the language, to replace shopworn words and phrases with stuff that sings.

The way you do it, he says, is “you draw a box not only around any word that does not seem quite right but also around words that fulfill their assignment but seem to present an opportunity.”
7 weeks ago
Thirty Years of Spike Lee
Why can’t Mookie and Sal be friends? The answer’s too long and too raw. Sal can pay Mookie to deliver pizzas ‘til kingdom come. But he could never pay him enough to be his friend.  do-the-right-thing  spike-lee 
8 weeks ago
jenny lewis
The new album cover looks the way she has always sounded, a heart-broken glamour girl putting on a show because what else is there to do. 
jenny-lewis  griefbacon 
8 weeks ago
The new album cover looks the way she has always sounded, a heart-broken glamour girl putting on a show because what else is there to do. 
jenny-lewis  griefbacon 
8 weeks ago
“She Was a Cartoon Villain Brought to Life”: A Former Trump Aide Recalls Conway’s Leaking Tactics in the West Wing Viper’s Nest | Vanity Fair
In this exclusive excerpt from Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House, a former Trump aide recalls the leaking, the gossiping, and the infighting that made Kellyanne Conway such a formidable player in the White House.
trump  vanity-fair 
8 weeks ago
Celebrating 50 Years of Innovation in Design | frog
This year, frog is celebrating 50 years of designing for clients all over the world. Here we take a look at 50 of the most awe-inspiring, game-changing and award-winning entries into our portfolio yet.
frogdesign  portfolio 
8 weeks ago
Jack Dorsey Has No Clue What He Wants | HuffPost
A Q&A with Twitter’s CEO on right-wing extremism, Candace Owens, and what he’d do if the president called on his followers to murder journalists.
jack-dorsey  twitter  huffington-post 
9 weeks ago
Impeach Trump Now - The Atlantic
Starting the process will rein in a president who is undermining American ideals—and bring the debate about his fitness for office into Congress, where it belongs.
trump  the-atlantic 
9 weeks ago
9 Sober Musicians on How They Thrive Creatively Without Drugs or Booze - GQ
Steven Tyler, Julien Baker, Ben Harper, Jason Isbell, and other sober musicians on how to thrive creatively without drugs or booze.
sobriety  gq 
9 weeks ago
Design Ethics and the Limits of the Ethical Designer | Viget
As our discourse about design ethics matures, we need better models for understanding this big, squishy subject so that we’re not talking about everything all at once
ethics  viget 
10 weeks ago
Burnout is not an exclusively millennial condition.
Ultimately, burnout isn’t a “millennial condition,” as Petersen argues. It’s the condition of being human in a capitalist society.
burnout  slate  millennial 
10 weeks ago
Facebook culture described as 'cult-like', review process blamed
More than a dozen former Facebook employees detailed how the company's leadership and its performance review system has created a culture where any dissent is discouraged.
Employees say Facebook's stack ranking performance review system drives employees to push out products and features that drive user engagement without fully considering potential long-term negative impacts on user experience or privacy.
Reliance on peer reviews creates an underlying pressure for Facebook employees to forge friendships with colleagues for the sake of career advancement.
10 weeks ago
Running Away From Drinking Myself to Death - Broadly
As we brace for 2019 and stack up our resolutions, Broadly is focusing on finding motivation for the hard tasks that await us—like getting out of bed. So, throughout January, we're rolling out Getting Out of Bed, a series of stories about all things related to rest and resilience. Read more here. This piece by Robyn Kanner about how running helped her get sober also appeared in Broadly's weekly newsletter, This Is Fine.
vice  robyn-kanner 
10 weeks ago
The money, job, marriage myth: are you happy yet? | Books | The Guardian
The ‘success’ narrative is at the heart of our idea of wellbeing, but the evidence tells a different tale, argues behavioural scientist Paul Dolan in this extract from his new book
the-guardian  success  paul-dolan 
10 weeks ago
How Bob Iger Seeks to Work More Magic at Disney - Barron's
Walt Disney (ticker: DIS) has in a sense become more Disney-like in how it earns its profits. After 20 years of being dominated by television, especially cable, the company is returning to its roots in films and theme parks. Seven years ago, for each $1 in operating profit that Disney made from its parks and studios, it generated $3 in TV. During the fiscal year ended September, parks and studios retook the lead.

That’s one part of a transformation that could help pull Disney’s stock out of a three-year slump. The other crucial element is Disney+, or “the service,” as company executives privately call it. It’s a streaming platform coming in late 2019 that will bring shows and movies directly to viewers, and it’s a bigger priority for the company than even its Star Wars lands as it takes on the Death Star of TV, Netflix (NFLX).
disney  barrons 
11 weeks ago
I Got 99 Problems And Your Hiring Practices Are All Of Them (Part 3)
From this point on, you’re trying to select the best potential employee from the entire pool of applicants. Every step in the process filters some people out. This is necessary. You can’t realistically spend a full day interviewing every person if you receive two hundred applications for one position.
We’ll look at the good and bad steps you can take, but the one question I always keep in mind is, “Can this person do this job well?” That’s it. Everything you are evaluating is contained in those seven words.
hiring  medium 
11 weeks ago
How Your Organization Can Make Great Decisions By Default
Our default behaviors are shaped by our digital and physical environment more than they are by our own willpower, determination, and good intentions. And if we don’t make conscious choices about the behaviors and habits we want ourselves to do — if we don’t set our own defaults — our environment will set them for us.
process  defaults 
11 weeks ago
‘The classic Miami story’: How Manny Diaz went from being the grandson of Cuban exiles to Hurricanes coach – The Athletic
“She brought me here with 10 cents in her pocket,” Diaz Sr., 64, said with an ear-to-ear grin on his face Wednesday morning as he glanced at his mother Elisa after his son’s introductory press conference as the next head coach at the University of Miami.
“Your son grows up to be mayor and your grandson the head coach. That’s Miami. That’s the American dream.”
miami  the-athletic 
11 weeks ago
Agile for Fixed Bid Projects
Fixed-bid projects are all about fixed scope, money and time. In such a contradictory scenario, the question is, how should we accommodate continual changes in the Product Backlog?

Is it even possible to work in a fixed bid Agile mode? If so, how?
11 weeks ago
Value of patient experience | Deloitte US
Deloitte research shows good patient experience is associated with higher hospital profitability. This association is strongest for aspects of patient experience most closely associated with better care—in particular, nurse-patient engagement.
patient-experience  deloitte 
11 weeks ago
Willy Wonka and the Medical Software Factory - The New York Times
The engineers at Epic Systems work on a campus full of childish whimsy but also sit in on open-heart surgery. Is this the indulgence of an oddball founder, or a better way to run an I.T. company?
epic  ehr  nytimes 
december 2018
'Worst bowl game ever': Remembering the forgettable 2008 Sun Bowl | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“Even though I met a lot of good people there, let’s all admit, that game was one of the worst games ever, I think, in college football history.”
pitt  sun-bowl 
december 2018
Trashed: Inside the Deadly World of Private Garbage… — ProPublica
Trashed: Inside the Deadly World of Private Garbage Collection
Waste removal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. On the darkened streets of New York City, it’s a race for survival.
pro-publica  New-York-city  trash 
december 2018
At Nebraska, Scott Frost is bringing the walk-on program back to the future – The Athletic
Frost and his staff are serious about constructing a real Nebraska walk-on program, one as similar as possible to the Tom Osborne era.
scott-frost  the-athletic  walk-on 
december 2018
Training the EHR to speak when a child can’t - POLITICO
UPMC is building an EHR-based alert system to make the flagging process more objective, said Rachel Berger, the chief of the hospital's child abuse prevention program. Eventually it could help staff intervene before abuse happens, she says.
ehr  politico  umpc 
december 2018
How a small Virginia town molded Brandon Smith into the future of Linebacker U – The Athletic
“I was probably the softest kid around here, I’m not even gonna lie,” Brandon said between laughs. His 6-foot-4, 225-pound frame coupled with speed that made him the quickest player on his high school team makes him shake his head at the old Brandon. “I was raised to treat people right and be nice and stuff like that outside of football, which I am, but I didn’t get that you had to flip the switch.”
brandon-smith  recruiting  the-athletic  penn-state 
december 2018
What it’s like to be a college football recruit in 2018 – The Athletic
There’s been many fans DMing me saying stuff. You’ve just got to bite your tongue. Can’t show ’em the light of day and say something back. You know, that just comes with the territory of being a recruit. This is what you ask for. You can’t be mad when you ask for all this food on your plate and then you’re full.
img  the-athletic  recruiting 
december 2018
How Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Went From Superwoman To Supervillain
The reality of Silicon Valley is that it’s commerce by any means necessary. And the reality of Sandberg is that she’s excellent at it.
buzzfeed  sheryl-sandberg  facebook  lean-in 
december 2018
Bruce Springsteen on Mental Health, Springsteen on Broadway, His Father and His Career
For more than fifty years, he’s traveled deep into the heart of America. But with his new Netflix special—a film of his intense, powerful one-man show on Broadway—Bruce Springsteen reveals that his bravest journey has been wrestling with his own mental health.
bruce-springsteen  esquire  mental-health 
december 2018
Gwyneth Paltrow Wants to Convert You - WSJ
Newly remarried, the Goop CEO is living her best life—and believes she can help you live yours better, too
gwyneth-paltrow  wsj 
december 2018
Inside the sad, expensive failure of Google+
"Vic was just this constant bug in Larry's ear: 'Facebook is going to kill us. Facebook is going to kill us,'" says a former Google executive. "I am pretty sure Vic managed to frighten Larry into action. And voila: Google+ was born."
google_plus  mashable 
december 2018
Fortnite Is so Much More Than a Game – Great Escape – Medium
Teens have always created their own spaces to experiment, socialize, and indulge idle curiosity

fortnite  medium 
december 2018
Be the Villain ◆ 24 ways
As a framework for creating resilient solutions to problems, Inclusive Design is incredible. However, the aimless idealistic aspirations many of its newer practitioners default to can oftentimes run into trouble. Without outlining concrete, actionable outcomes that are then vetted by the people you intend to serve, there is the potential to do more harm than good.
24ways  inclusive-design 
december 2018
Who Do Designers Really Work For – Thinking Design by Adobe – Medium
And your job, the glorious job you signed up for when you said you wanted to be a designer, is to support all of these people. Make sure none of these incredible voices get lost. And to fight against those who see that brilliant cacophony as a bug and not the greatest feature of all time.
You are our protection against monsters.
december 2018
What Does Data Science Mean For You? — Postlight — Digital product studio
How your business can benefit from a strong data science team, and how to build one.
data-science  vicki-boykis  postlight 
december 2018
RPO football, explained by 12 coaches: The run/pass option’s future -
Here’s a free coaching clinic on where it came from, how hard it is to stop, and what’s next.
sbnation  rpo 
december 2018
Why the high school triple option is still alive and well -
“It’s not as hard to put in as it is to stop,” says one advocate coach.
sbnation  option 
december 2018
Army vs. Navy: Football’s most fascinating 12-month chess match -
How do you prepare for a team that looks like you and runs the same triple option offense, knowing it’s also doing the same?
army-navy  sbnation  option 
december 2018
Bigger Than Basketball: LeBron James Leaves His Mark with the I Promise School
Though it just opened in July, I Promise is already fulfilling the vision LeBron James had for the sort of place that could have been life-altering for him during his own tumultuous upbringing.
LeBron-james  ryan-jones  slam 
december 2018
Untangling the Complicated Legacy of Warren Zevon - The Ringer
The late singer-songwriter has been gone for 15 years, but his life and career still aren’t any easier to make sense of: He was as gifted, haunted, and destructive as any musician from his generation.
warren-zevon  the-ringer  steve-hyden 
december 2018
Amazon is Showing Healthcare is the Next Big Thing for Machine Learning
Amazon will save Healthcare industry $Billions via machine learning algo that extracts key data from patient records — it’s an EMR revolution by AI.
amazon  ehr  healthcare  patient-experience  medium 
december 2018
How Can I Be a UX Strategist?
Is there a place for someone like me — someone who enjoys design thinking and business strategy? Is that a career and, if so, how do I get started? As it turns out, there is a role for that called “UX strategy.” Think of it as “UX design + business strategy = UX strategy.”
ux-strategy  fresh-tilled-soil 
december 2018
The Enormous Life of Anthony Bourdain, According to Those Who Knew Him Best | GQ
The enormous life of Anthony Bourdain, according to those who knew him best.
gq  anthony-bourdain  drew-magary 
december 2018
Why Hospitals Should Let You Sleep - The New York Times
Frequent disruptions are more than just annoying for patients. They can also cause harm.
health  nytimes 
december 2018
How to Survive a Midlife Crisis: Drugs, Dance Music, and Free Love
I ditched my wife and kids to party in the woods with 250 sex-positive millennials

december 2018
4 Tips for Structuring Design Case Studies – UX Planet
Each case study should tell a compelling story of how you took on a design challenge. How did you solved a problem for your customers, business or organization?
case-study  portfolio  medium 
december 2018
How to Nail a Whiteboard Design Challenge – Eleanor McKenna – Medium
Like any other interview question, practicing the whiteboard design challenges will pay off. Get comfortable with solving a couple of sample problems, talk through your solution and remember to summarise your proposal at the end. With these 10 steps, you will be well on your way to nailing your next design challenge.
whiteboard  medium  interview 
december 2018
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