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  • Education (blog.viveksrinivasan.com)

    Education is far more than instruction. What we end up getting in the name of education is instruction most of which is available for free today.

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  • FFOREST (fforest.substack.com)

    Daily growth for misfits, eclectics and creatives. TREE: Monday–Thursday. FIELD GUIDE: Friday. Click to read FFOREST, a Substack publication with hundreds of readers.

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  • Getting Started in User-Centered Design (mailchi.mp)

    The user-centered design includes a set of principles that drive the design and development lifecycle from start to finish. In other words, you can’t develop an app and then try to pursue UCD as an afterthought when you’re taking the approach of UCD.

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  • Citizen Scholar (citizenscholar.substack.com)

    A community of readers who value the study and discussion of important ideas that shed light on the past, present and potentially, our future. Join hundreds of Citizen Scholar subscribers by signing up below – we’ll be launching in early September 2021!

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  • Weekly Dose Of Software Engineering Stuff (kowalevski.com)

    This is a weekly newsletter with resources about stuff for techies which I found interesting.

    The goal of this newsletter is to share resources from my blog and the Internet that are related to topics that I found interesting as a software developer.

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  • Money Is All About Luck (scuttlebutt.substack.com)

    Welcome to our 4 new readers of the Scuttlebutt! If you aren’t subscribed and are looking for actionable finance and business knowledge weekly, join us! Hello and happy Monday Have you ever considered what it takes to get lucky? No not that way – like true genuine luck. Depending on who you ask, you’ll get a variety of answers on luck. Some people don’t think it exists while others believe luck is an active force beyond control at work in our lives every day. I tend to fall somewhere in between; I believe it exists but that luck is a derivative of our actions and therefore we can control it.

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