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“Sustaining craft is about sustaining relationships” ‘ hallway track is the main event.

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Every layer you build upon adds intermediation.

Layers reframe and condition information for our consumption.

— Aneel Lakhani,

“Totally unscientific diagram” of as a craft not being dead yet.

Dormain Drewitz,
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The mark of craft has changed as value changed. For it used to be leaving no mark on the paper, not it’s embossing.

“An essential quality of lettering is site-specificity.”

Catherine Dixon,

I’d never thought of as an example of before. Apparently the original PostScript printer had a more powerful CPU than the computer that was supposedly driving it.

is becoming a primary source and not being able to extract information from them consistently is an issue.

@cemerick

“Technology adoption is a game of chicken. There’s always the risk that your vendor will get bored of his own product.”

— Lars Trieloff,

“Yes, tech is sexist and exhausting, but the world is sexist and exhausting so where the fuck are you gonna go?”

— Charity Major,
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“You can teach people skills. You can’t teach them not to be a dick and to value your culture.”

— Charity Majors,

Ricardo J. Méndez @ricardojmendez

Just realized how much gradually reducing friction goes hand in hand with layers getting commoditized.