Adib Jalal

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Adib Jalal

9 days ago

A value creation checklist

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10 days ago

How to Retain More of Every Book You Read

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10 days ago

Businesses for Love; Businesses for Money

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10 days ago

The year we wanted the internet to be smaller

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10 days ago

The Best Leaders Are Great Teachers

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10 days ago

In complete communities, pedestrians take precedence

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10 days ago

What I’ve learned: Redefining success and finding meaning in the everyday

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10 days ago

Embracing the Paradox of Planning for Informality

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10 days ago

Placemaking: Movement, Manifesto, Tool, Buzzword—or What?

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12 days ago

Moving Forward

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12 days ago

WeWork Is Buying Meetup Amid an Increasingly Disconnected World

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12 days ago

Fuck changing yourself

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17 days ago

An Introverted Writer’s Lament

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17 days ago

How This Anxious Introvert Handles Large Events

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17 days ago

The freelancer and the entrepreneur

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17 days ago

Stop using Facebook and start using your browser

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18 days ago

The iPhone X

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18 days ago

From C-3PO’s perspective, ‘Star Wars’ is a prolonged nightmare

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18 days ago

Zines are the future of media

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18 days ago

Fix the internet by writing good stuff and being nice to people

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18 days ago

The Other Tech Bubble

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18 days ago

The secret rules of the internet

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22 days ago

‘Let the soul dangle’: how mind-wandering spurs creativity

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24 days ago

How to Retain More of Every Book You Read

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24 days ago

Want Proof That Patience Pays Off? Ask the Founders of This 17-Year-Old $525 Million Email Empire

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24 days ago

The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

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24 days ago

The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

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24 days ago

The highly unusual company behind Sriracha, the world’s coolest hot sauce

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24 days ago

How Lego Became The Apple Of Toys

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24 days ago

Cities are all about stories.

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25 days ago

The importance of revisiting notebooks

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25 days ago

Celebrated Writers on the Creative Benefits of Keeping a Diary

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25 days ago

Modern laziness

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25 days ago

Baby Boomers love Facebook, so let them have it

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25 days ago

The Case for Midi-Chlorians

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25 days ago

Why The Last Jedi has divided Star Wars fans

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25 days ago

Star Wars: The Last Jedi rejects The Force Awakens’ mysteries, and is better for it

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25 days ago

Neuroscience Has a Lot To Learn from Buddhism

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26 days ago

THIS → Social media is keeping us stuck in the moment

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26 days ago

No one makes a living on Patreon

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26 days ago

The AI Guru Behind Amazon, Uber, and Unity Explains What AI Really Is

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26 days ago

... Then I realized that we are already surrounded by machines that demonstrate a complete lack of insight, we just call them corporations. Corporations don’t operate autonomously, of course, and the humans in charge of them are presumably capable of insight, but capitalism doesn’t reward them for using it. On the contrary, capitalism actively erodes this capacity in people by demanding that they replace their own judgment of what “good” means with “whatever the market decides.”

Silicon Valley Is Turning Into Its Own Worst Fear

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26 days ago

Perhaps this is the way that meaning is created.

The Long, Hard, Stupid Way

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31 days ago

HURRY SLOWLY is a podcast about pacing yourself, hosted by Jocelyn K. Glei

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31 days ago

How I Got My Attention Back

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