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"If we had been in the industry before, it might have changed how we started. We focused on what readers want, which we later learned is totally unusual."

How Two Guys Launched A Print Magazine During The Recession And Managed To Succeed (via fastcompany)

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Apple stopping development of Aperture and iPhoto for OS X
Back at WWDC, Apple showed off a preview of a new Photos app for OS X — and now it seems that new app will replace Apple’s longstanding iPhoto and Aperture software for photo editing on the desktop. According to The Loop, Apple will replace both iPhoto and its professional-grade Aperture software with the new Photos App when it launches. This isn’t a huge surprise, as Aperture hasn’t seen any major updates in quite some time and is beginning to feel somewhat out-of-date, but it’s still unexpected to see the company complete cede the professional photo software space to competitors like Adobe’s Lightroom.

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Apple stopping development of Aperture and iPhoto for OS X
Back at WWDC, Apple showed off a preview of a new Photos app for OS X — and now it seems that new app will replace Apple’s longstanding iPhoto and Aperture software for photo editing on the desktop. According to The Loop, Apple will replace both iPhoto and its professional-grade Aperture software with the new Photos App when it launches. This isn’t a huge surprise, as Aperture hasn’t seen any major updates in quite some time and is beginning to feel somewhat out-of-date, but it’s still unexpected to see the company complete cede the professional photo software space to competitors like Adobe’s Lightroom.

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"“You can shake your head all you want to, Commissioner. You have said today that there is no evidence of criminal wrongdoing, and I’m asking you what criminal statutes you have reviewed to reach that conclusion,” Gowdy said, adding that Koskinen has “no idea” if the IRS has committed any crimes."

Three key moments from the IRS hearing | WashingtonExaminer.com

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Android History—in 40,000+ words, 400+ graphs, 100+ images, and 20+ pages

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A Network Of Transparent Futuristic Offices Created For The Mobile, Urban Workforce
Who is going to need a cubicle when you can find space to work almost anywhere?
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A Network Of Transparent Futuristic Offices Created For The Mobile, Urban Workforce

Who is going to need a cubicle when you can find space to work almost anywhere?

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As cognitive computing advances, it’s becoming obvious that these new capabilities will ultimately touch nearly every aspect of life–augmenting human intelligence and spreading expertise. Watson’s newest focus is on the customer experience.We have…

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"Everybody who does creative work has figured out how to deal with their own demons to get their work done. There is no evidence that setting up your easel like Van Gogh makes you paint better."

— Seth Godin in Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind (via creativesomething)

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"Your average piece-of-shit Windows desktop is so complex that no one person on Earth really knows what all of it is doing, or how."

Everything Is Broken — The Message — Medium (via thisistheverge)

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