Arvid Bux

Starbucks name: Artie, host of #ietsmet Podcast, Tech enthusiast, fAndroid, something with SalesForce at HP. Own views.

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Arvid Bux

9 days ago

“Important tasks are things that contribute to our long-term mission, values, and goals.”

How to be More Productive and Eliminate Time Wasting Activities by Using the “Eisenhower Box”

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Arvid Bux

39 days ago

The ridiculous sign China is in a sharing bubble: a crop of umbrella-sharing startups

qz.com

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39 days ago

Interactive Periodic Table Shows the Uses of Every Element

lifehacker.com

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44 days ago

We had three months to build Beats 1 from scratch… the first question we asked on Day One was… is this even radio? Radio had been driving pop music in the world for 50 years, and for all of those years, that was the only way to get a hit record. I’m not sure that’s still the case. Radio listenership like that is declining and in some cases gone.

Two years after Beats 1 launch, hosts talk struggles, highlights, and the future

9to5mac.com

Arvid Bux

44 days ago

Amelia Earhart: Does photo show she died a Japanese prisoner?

bbc.co.uk

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66 days ago

Here's How Much Businesses Pay To Get On Those Big Blue Exit Signs

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70 days ago

Millennials are killing chains like Buffalo Wild Wings and Applebee's

businessinsider.com

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77 days ago

Apple is great with building a first generation product, really well, and with lacking some features. But customers will buy it.

Even If the Siri Speaker Sucks You'll Want It

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Arvid Bux

78 days ago

I am a big supporter of the New York Times but I do think they made a big mistake of sharing these type of pictures

The Consequences of Publishing Leaked Photos

wired.com

Arvid Bux

78 days ago

interesting idea to use the algorithm to design packaging, but we can see it actually works

Nutella employed an algorithm to design its packaging

theverge.com

Arvid Bux

78 days ago

HBO may push Game of Thrones' final season to 2019, and that wouldn't be a bad thing

theverge.com

Arvid Bux

78 days ago

is an interesting discussion, should we tax robots the same as we tax normal workers or should we not

Tax the robots? “No way,” says EU official tasked with preparing Europe for a digital future

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Arvid Bux

78 days ago

Chrome is getting a built-in ad blocker that will block all the ads on a site (including Google’s own ads) if just one ad doesn’t meet certain standards.

ProBeat: Google’s Chrome ad blocker initiative makes Apple, Microsoft, and Mozilla look incompetent

venturebeat.com

Arvid Bux

78 days ago

I always like my mechanical keyboard, I might have to get a new one

3 Reasons Why You might Want a Mechanical Keyboard

thenextweb.com

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78 days ago

interesting to see that "his own people" won't even stick with him.

More than 80 US mayors are pledging to stick to the Paris Agreement

qz.com

Arvid Bux

81 days ago

mind blown

The Dolly Zoom: More Than A Cheap Trick

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Arvid Bux

81 days ago

Great comparison

A Year of Google Maps & Apple Maps

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108 days ago

Luke, the Jedi Shouldn’t End. They Just Need Workers’ Comp

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125 days ago

Learning languages very quickly — with the help of some very basic Data Science

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125 days ago

Achter de schermen bij Netflix

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125 days ago

How Arcade Bars Became Boozy Playgrounds for Adults

eater.com

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170 days ago

Great list to keep an eye on

15 interesting startups to watch in 2017

venturebeat.com

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171 days ago

This is an amazing way of reusing things that would normally be scrapped.

Use Your Old Amazon Boxes to Ship Donations to Goodwill For Free

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Arvid Bux

173 days ago

But even for us, it is hard to believe there was a time we weren't connected

If you were born before 1985, then you know what life is like both with the internet and without. You are making the pilgrimage from Before to After

What it feels like to be the last generation to remember life before the internet

qz.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

I experienced awful behavior by other travelers more than once and it is embarrassing to say the least. People really need to change their behavior.

Why are people more inclined to have these over-the-top knee jerk responses on planes these days?

Flight attendant has a theory why passengers can't behave

mashable.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

agile transformations are not about transforming IT, they are about transforming organizations

The End of Enterprise IT

leanessays.com

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173 days ago

Can I get an applause?

Back when planes were still a frightening novelty, it probably wasn't out of place for someone to start cheering when the plane landed, or took off, or pretty much did anything at all.

Stop Clapping When the Plane Lands: an Open Letter

thrillist.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

But there's been a fan theory that Anna and Elsa's shipwrecked parents had a child when they were out at sea.

This Fan Theory Connecting Tarzan With Anna And Elsa Was Confirmed By 'Frozen' Director

distractify.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

To cheer himself up and carry on with the project, Spielberg had Robin Williams phone him.

25 Things You Didn’t Know About “Schindler’s List”

m.warhistoryonline.com

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173 days ago

Amazing story of how a passion became a day-time job.

The “Points Guy” made a career of gaming credit-card rewards to get luxury travel

qz.com

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173 days ago

Amen.

protect the nerds

How a TV Sitcom Triggered the Downfall of Western Civilization

medium.com

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173 days ago

People can have whatever political view they have, as long as it is based on facts and we allow other to have a different view than ourselves

Psychologists have been circling around a possible reason political beliefs are so stubborn: Partisan identities get tied up in our personal identities. Which would mean that an attack on our strongly held beliefs is an attack on the self. And the brain is built to protect the self.

A new brain study sheds light on why it can be so hard to change someone's political beliefs

vox.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

rofl

ROBERT: Hold on, I’ll check. (Pause.) Pajamas. I’m wearing my pajamas. I swore I changed into regular . . . I thought these were jeans!

I Work from Home

newyorker.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

All this depends on where you are in the corporate ladder, but it can help you climb it

Filter Out the Noise

lifehacker.com

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173 days ago

How the way Disney parks are designed can change the way we build a UI

3 Placemaking Lessons From the Magic Kingdom

uxdesign.cc

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173 days ago

Steakholders, love it!

A crowdfunding startup is working with ranchers to let people become “steakholders” in individual cows

qz.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

Hard to believe there is such a business. On the other side not too impressed as well. These people cost fans a lot of money. Good to see a change.

The Man Who Broke Ticketmaster

motherboard.vice.com

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173 days ago

Finally. A few months late but Google is stepping up its assistant game

Google Assistant comes to all Marshmallow and Nougat phones this week

phandroid.com

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173 days ago

Great use of GIF

Giphy launches a library of American Sign Language GIFs

theverge.com

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173 days ago

All this is great, as long as they improve the app which is still horrible

Snap created a “How to Use Snapchat” video for Wall Street

recode.net

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173 days ago

Great tips.

How to Recover From a Long-Ass Flight, According to Flight Attendants

thrillist.com

Arvid Bux

173 days ago

After the debacle from Sunday night, it is even more interesting to understand the whole process

medium.com

Arvid Bux

183 days ago

Can't wait!

HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ just released its first season four teaser trailer

recode.net

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183 days ago

Just looking at the specs without owning one; price, battery and IP rating.

Product Lead for the Google Pixel is asking the public for feedback on its design

9to5google.com

Arvid Bux

196 days ago

A crazy idea, but I love it!

Why a DisneyRTW trip?

traveltothemagic.net

Arvid Bux

196 days ago

Love it!

"The rules for naming were devised by IKEA’s founder Ingvar Kamprad, who struggled with dyslexia and had trouble remembering the order of numbers in item codes. "

The secret taxonomy behind IKEA’s product names, from Billy to Poäng

qz.com

Arvid Bux

201 days ago

How to Work 40 Hours in 16.7 (The Simple Technique That Gave Me My Life Back)

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201 days ago

The Pomodoro Technique® : proudly developed by Francesco Cirillo

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201 days ago

How to Work 40 Hours in 16.7 (The Simple Technique That Gave Me My Life Back)

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201 days ago

The Data That Turned the World Upside Down

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