Weekly Links

  • Mary Meeker’s 2018 internet trends report  |  ReCode 
  • The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Station  |  CityLab  
  • Electric Scooter Charger Culture Is Out of Control The Atlantic  
  • Brutalist Cuckoo Clocks by Guido Zimmerman Colossal  
  • Please don’t Use This Study to Justify Your Horrible Habit of Using Two Spaces After Periods  |  The Verge  

Weekly Links

  • OLPC’S $100 Laptop was Going to Change the World. Then it All Went Wrong  |  The Verge 
  • On Roman Roads and the Sources of Persistence and non-Persistence in Development VoxEU  
  • Dead Brutalist Buildings  |  CityLab  
  • The Secret Language of Ships  |  Hakai Mag  

Weekly Links

  • The Fabulous Story of North Korea's Fabric Made of Stone  |  Reuters 
  • 9 in 10 Millennials Want This 1 Quality in the Company They Work For  |  Inc 
  • The 'Chairpod' is Either Ridiculous or Brilliant DPR 
  • Degree in 'Flying Car' Engineering Offered Online  |  BBC  
  • Cheeky Ads From Haiti  |  AdWeek  

Weekly Links

  • Prefabricated House in Rural Spain Took Just Five Hours to Assemble  |  Dezeen 
  • 10 Inspired Alternatives to Helvetica  |  Creative Bloq  
  • Inside One of America’s Last Pencil Factories  |  NYT  
  • Experimental Musicians Recording Inside Philip Johnson's Glass House  |  YouTube  
  • How Emoji are Born: Questions of Characters  |  Japan Times  

Weekly Links

  • Silicon Valley is Ahead of Detroit in the Self-Driving Car Race  |  Quartz  
  • Self-Driving Car Tech can Help Another Form of Transport: Wheelchairs  |  Wired  
  • Is the Future of Beginner Photography a Bright Orange Camera with no Buttons?  |  DPR  
  • The Generalized Specialist  |  Farnam Street  
  • Chinese Bike Share Graveyard a Monument to Industry's 'Arrogance' The Guardian  

Weekly Links

  • The PayPal Mafia of Self-Driving Cars  |  Bloomberg  
  • Do More! What Amazon Teaches Us About AI and the “Jobless Future”  |  WTF Economy 
  • Democratizing Innovation  [book] MIT 
  • Sean Parker Unloads on Facebook "Exploiting" Human Psychology  |  Axios 

Weekly Links

  • Just Own the Damn Robots  |  The Reformed Broker  
  • In a Distracted World, Solitude Is a Competitive Advantage  |  HBR  
  • Daydreaming May, in Fact, be a Sign of Greater Intelligence  |  Quartz  
  • Our Consumption Model Is Broken. Here’s How To Build A New One  |  ShiftNewCo  
  • 72andsunny's Logo for LA Celebrates the City's Growing Creative Community Dezeen

Weekly Links

  • The Tech Insiders Who Fear a Smartphone Dystopia  |  The Guardian 
  • Practical Advice for the Confused Designer  |  Pierrick Calvez  
  • Movie Explores Luis Barragán's Colourful Casa Gilardi in Mexico City|  Dezeen  
  • Anger is Temporary Madness: the Stoics Knew How to Curb it  |  Aeon  
  • How To Photograph a Vacation  |  Medium