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dbuntinx #27 - RIP startups, onze democratie, een basisinkomen, de politiestaat en landschapsbureau's

Een mail bomvol links. Er zit geen lijn, behalve dat ik ze allemaal artisanaal voor u selecteerde. Ge

Davy Buntinx

November 9 · Issue #27 · View online

Een mail bomvol links. Er zit geen lijn, behalve dat ik ze allemaal artisanaal voor u selecteerde. Geniet ervan.

After the end of the startup era
Once considered a boon to democracy, social media have started to look like its nemesis
On Safari in Trump's America
3 years ago, Stockton, California, was bankrupt. Now it's trying out a basic income.
Is Uber Helping or Hurting Mass Transit?
This Is What A 21st-Century Police State Really Looks Like
20 Things Men Can Do RTFN to Support Women
The Danger of President Pence
Adam Grant on how to make employees and kids more productive, creative, and successful
Amazon Echo - Saturday Night Live
Open offices are overrated
How to Care for Your Introvert
De varia
Het is niet altijd mogelijk om alle links die ik bewaar mee te nemen in volledige vorm, maar ik vind het altijd moeilijk om van kill your darlings te doen. Bij deze dus de 10 titel-linkjes die al het langst in mijn queue staan.
Why Even the Hyperloop Probably Wouldn’t Change Your Commute Time - The New York Times
Pardon Our Interruption
The Axes of American Politics – The Bigger Picture – Medium
The Week When President Trump Resigned - The New York Times
Bannon: 'The Trump Presidency That We Fought For, and Won, Is Over.' | The Weekly Standard
Interview: Apple’s Craig Federighi answers some burning questions about Face ID | TechCrunch
Is Margrethe Vestager championing consumers or her political career?
Facebook’s war on free will | Technology | The Guardian
Hillary Clinton and Journalism’s Failures – Whither news? – Medium
Twitter and Slack Product Leader on Eliminating Doubt from Decision-making | First Round Review
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