Facebook plans to pass your photographs to advertisers and make users the stars of online ads, patent reveals
I talk a lot about pace layers and why pacing is so important in #ServiceDesign for health and care. Blog post still stuck in my head, so this picture will have to do for now
For me, this picture helps to explain why it's so easy for delivery, especially technology-heavy delivery, to come unmoored from patient experiences and outcomes
Reluctant conclusion: it takes about a month in a new job with a new computer to bottom out all your requirements for efficient shortcuts and faster workflows. Yes, even if you have slavishly set up all the obvious things on day one. There’s always stuff about syncing and new software. (And no, I couldn’t just make a copy of another machine. OpSec, innit.)
Ender’s Game if it was LaserQuest, everyone knew from the outset what the real deal was but dgaf, and his friends were all vying to be top of the leaderboard. #brexit
This does not fix anything to do with the UK’s new nadir, but does a reasonable job of describing it. However, separating this from victim blaming is non-trivial. The death-spiral continues. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/30/far-easier-to-be-hoodwinked-if-you-really-think-they-are-out-to-get-you-conspiracy-theorists
"We need to talk about Design Sprints” by Chris Compston https://link.medium.com/cy88kqlErV
I like the idea of calling them "design spikes" not "design sprints". We should have designers and design in every sprint, but sometimes we need a special focus on design investigation
This text can be read as depressing, but big admiration for Pakistan’s women. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/mar/15/pakistan-torn-as-womens-day-march-sparks-wave-of-masculine-anxiety
Decent processor. Shitty RAM.
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