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26 days ago

“What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important” — President Dwight Eisenhower

The Best Products Play the Long Game

productcoalition.com

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35 days ago

The Next Time You Want to Complain at Work, Do This Instead

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51 days ago

The same is true of change. The best way to design for embraceable change is to make it invisible to the user.

Users Don’t Hate Change. They Hate Our Design Choices.

medium.com

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51 days ago

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What You Need To Know To Increase Mobile Checkout Conversions

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103 days ago

Fashion ecommerce in SEA, and why Zalora is struggling

thelowdown.momentum.asia

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150 days ago

10 Ecommerce Trends That Will Shape Southeast Asian Ecommerce in 2018

ecommerceiq.asia

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179 days ago

Automating image optimization

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180 days ago

Behind the Fall and Rise of China's Xiaomi

wired.com

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190 days ago

Every successful relationship is successful for the same exact reasons

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195 days ago

Jim Simons, the Numbers King

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203 days ago

He Perfected a Password-Hacking Tool—Then the Russians Came Calling

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254 days ago

Digital Analytics + Marketing Career Advice: Your Now, Next, Long Plan

kaushik.net

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288 days ago

Every time we resist the urge to pick up the phone while waiting in line or to fire up the laptop as soon as we get home, we’re giving our brains a chance to rest and reset, he says.

I kicked my smartphone addiction by retraining my brain to enjoy being bored

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Lam Ton

288 days ago

The Work You Do, the Person You Are

newyorker.com

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288 days ago

This 1 Practice Will Dramatically Increase Your Emotional Intelligence

inc.com

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288 days ago

Uber’s New CEO

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288 days ago

Sorry for the Delayed Response

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348 days ago

Tencent Dominates in China. Next Challenge Is Rest of the World

bloomberg.com

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430 days ago

The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness.

bostonglobe.com

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441 days ago

Swiss Life: 30 Things I Wish I'd Known

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460 days ago

Why Trello Failed to Build a $1 Billion+ Business

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481 days ago

Amazon’s Friction-Killing Tactics To Make Products More Seamless

firstround.com

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528 days ago

What’s the best font size for the web? Well, it depends… Robert Mohns

imarc.com

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547 days ago

Stop Spending So Much Time In Your Head

dariusforoux.com

Lam Ton

603 days ago

Rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness… give me truth.

Just another post about …

gwens83.wordpress.com

Lam Ton

603 days ago

Barack Obama: Now Is the Greatest Time to Be Alive

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620 days ago

How Google Improves UX with the HEART Framework

appcues.com

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677 days ago

Questions for our first 1:1

larahogan.me

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677 days ago

Apple, Google, Amazon, and the Advantages of Bigness

newyorker.com

Lam Ton

680 days ago

A Message to Parents of Sensitive Boys, from a Sensitive Man.

elephantjournal.com

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680 days ago

Design Thinking 101

nngroup.com

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682 days ago

“He had plenty of reasons to be unhappy. But I never saw him unhappy.”

Mute and Alone, He Was Never Short of Kind Words or Friends

nytimes.com

Lam Ton

687 days ago

Loyalty is something all healthy relationships need to have, but it can work against us when we confuse it with being a good person, love or even habit. Being loyal to someone who does not reciprocate, holds you back from progressing or who is participating in situations that go against our value system is truly one of the most self-destructive things we can do. It’s OK to assess your relationships and let go of the ones that no longer fit who you are. The idea that every relationship has to last “for life” is a fantasy. Most will not and that is OK.

10 Reasons You're Stuck In A Life You Don't Want To Be Living

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Lam Ton

694 days ago

Engineering management may be the most unnatural act of all

techcrunch.com

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696 days ago

The brilliant mechanics of Pokémon Go

techcrunch.com

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697 days ago

" through a combination of early product decisions that were not re-visited, together with blind optimization of Twitter’s game mechanics toward vanity metrics."

Twitter's Fucked

degoes.net

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705 days ago

Nhung Hong Do

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710 days ago

9141. Không thể tôn vinh văn hoá của quốc gia bắn giết dân ta, xâm phạm chủ quyền lãnh thổ của ta!

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721 days ago

The Long-Term Relationship Survival Tip Guide

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723 days ago

“the loneliness of unmarried or uncoupled Koreans, in addition to the inherently social aspect of eating in Korea.”

Why some Koreans make $10,000 a month to eat on camera

qz.com

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725 days ago

Designing Push Notifications that Don’t Suck

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725 days ago

Why analytics teams fail

mobiledevmemo.com

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726 days ago

“If you are hearing about something old, it is almost certainly good. Why? Because nobody wants to talk about shitty old stuff, but lots of people still talk about shitty new stuff, because they are still trying to figure out if it is shitty or not. The past wasn’t better, we just forgot about all the shitty shit.”

The secret of taste: why we like what we like

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Lam Ton

727 days ago

What If You Have No Talent?

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728 days ago

“don’t hate the player, hate the game.”

Thinking About Hillary — A Plea for Reason

thepolicy.us

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729 days ago

Networking sucks. Because people don’t give a shit.

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732 days ago

“If your business depends on you, you don’t own a business, you have a job. And it’s the worst job in the world because you’re working for a lunatic.”

Lazy Leadership

medium.com

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734 days ago

Memories of Murder: Part I - Introduction

modernkoreancinema.com

Lam Ton

742 days ago

be grateful

We Don’t Always End Up With The Loves Of Our Lives (And That’s Okay)

thoughtcatalog.com

Lam Ton

747 days ago

yes you have to

You Have To Love An Introvert Differently

thoughtcatalog.com

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