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The Ive that binds; The downside of time management; Online retail is deceiving you Hello, and welcom
The Ive that binds; The downside of time management; Online retail is deceiving you
Hello, and welcome to Friday! If you use a Medtronic MiniMed insulin pump, you may need to stop. The FDA just said that certain models are vulnerable to cyberattacks, which is frankly terrifying. Speaking of terrifying, imagine taking on Senator Kamala Harris in a live debate in front of millions of people. Here’s what happens to those who try. Now, on to the news of the day…

From Jony with love:
It’s the end of an era at Apple. Jony Ive, the design guru and person most responsible for the company’s resurgence, is leaving to launch his own design studio, an independent firm called LoveFrom.
Why that name? Well, it comes from a quote from Steve Jobs, Apple’s late cofounder, who once remarked about the importance of making things with love.
Ive, of course, is the figurehead who oversaw the launch of every modern piece of hardware that Apple is known for today: the iMac, the iPod, the Mac mini, the iPad, the iPhone, the Apple Watch. Do you use any of those? Thank Jony Ive.
Of course, at Apple, the apple never falls far from the tree. (Sorry!) And so LoveFrom has already taken on its first client—Apple.
Today's quote:
Stop obsessing over time management
Why every business leader should care about childhood mental health
21 days until the Moon:
Folks, this thing had better work
Today's deceptive design:
Shady shopping websites
Today's recent to celebrate:
50 years of LGBTQ rights
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