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Why Email Is So Stressful, Even Though It’s Not Actually That Time-Consuming

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the crush of email. In fact, one study showed the average professional spends 4.1 hours per day responding to work messages. During a recent time tracking exercise, I discovered I’m actually at the low end of the spectrum, spending about 1.35 hours per day on …

Information Overload

Jupyter Notebook for Beginners: A Tutorial

The Jupyter Notebook is an incredibly powerful tool for interactively developing and presenting data science projects. A notebook integrates code and …

Python Programming

Research: When Being a Humble Leader Backfires

There is a paradox when it comes to what we expect in leaders. On the one hand, we believe that effective leaders display humility — they bring out the best in others, are open to admitting their shortcomings and mistakes, and give appreciation and credit to their followers. Recent public scandals …

Leadership

Joana Lehman on Her Predictions for the Future of UX

A thoughtful sit-down with the 2018 Core77 Design Awards Interaction Jury Captain<p><b>For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth</b> …

UX Design

The Economics of Why Companies Don’t Fix Their Toxic Cultures

Over the last decade, industries, academics, and the public sector have turned their focus toward culture and ethics in response to the financial crisis as well as misconduct at a broad range of corporations. But what role does culture play in corporate misconduct, and why do these problematic …

Management

The Most Stylish (and Affordable!) Watches to Buy Right Now

You don't have to go broke to get a great timepiece.<p>In menswear, it's often the details that really bring an outfit to life. One of the most time-tested ways: a great watch. And while a timepiece can certainly be a lifelong investment—take this $23K one, for example—it can also be a simple …

Men's Fashion

You can take Google's Machine Learning Crash Course for free now

Google’s new ‘Machine Learning Crash Course’ is now available and it’s free for everyone. If robots are coming for your job this class will prepare you for your next one.<p>This same course has been taken by more than 18,000 Google engineers, and this is the first time it’s been made available to the …

Machine Learning

How Nintendo Won the Market With the Switch

It's no secret that the Nintendo Switch has been a massive success. In fact, it's sold more units in a shorter amount of time than any other console …

Study: When CEOs’ Equity Is About to Vest, They Cut Investment to Boost the Stock Price

Are today’s businesses plagued by short-termism? The narrative is compelling. Executives cut investment to hit short-term earnings targets and trigger bonus payouts, the argument goes. They are egged on by short-term shareholders, who care only about making a quick buck, rather than growing the …

CEOs

The Nunes Memo Is Fake and the Russia Scandal Is Very Real

More than a month ago, conservatives rose up in coordinated demands to “release the memo.” The memo, supposedly, contained breathtaking evidence of …

A top Coinbase exec explains the master plan to turn the $1.6 billion cryptocurrency exchange into the next Google

Coinbase is one of the hottest startups in tech — and with good reason. The cryptocurrency exchange hit $1 billion in annual revenue as this year's bitcoin mania sent the popular digital coin surging up to almost $20,000, before it came back down.<p>With a reported 10 million customers served on the …

Computer Science

Case Study: Prune the Brand Portfolio?

PIERRE KLEINHOUSE<p>The business-casual dress code had Troy Freeman stumped. As the longtime CEO of Otto Hotels & Resorts, now the second-largest lodging company in the world, he’d packed for hundreds of work trips before, but without suits as an option, he was having a much harder time.<p>His flight was …

Profit

Really Bad UX Mistakes That Even Great Teams Make

“You can learn as much from failures as successes, but <i>only</i> if you take the time to reflect on why something worked or didn’t work.”— Peter Hornsby, …

Best Free Web Icon Packs for 2018

You're reading Best Free Web Icon Packs for 2018, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, …

Graphics

Looking Back At Xenogears, 20 Years Later

Although these it's not mentioned as often today as some of its contemporaries, Xenogears is nevertheless a cult-classic RPG. Released in 1998 for the original PlayStation by the company then known as Squaresoft, Xenogears set the stage for a series of games that continues today, two decades …

Peter Boockvar: Bitcoin Poised to Lose 90 Percent of Its Value

Economic guru Peter Boockvar doesn’t expect the investment phenomenon of the controversial digital currency bitcoin to last much longer.<p>"When …

Cryptocurrency

6 Signature Traits of Inclusive Leadership

<b>Dr. Terri Cooper, Principal & Chief Inclusion Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP</b>What will it take to be a great leader in the future? Listen to Angelia Herrin, Special Projects editor for Harvard Business Review, interview Dr. Terri Cooper, Principal and Chief Inclusion Officer of Deloitte …

Leadership

Retirement causes brain function to rapidly decline, warn scientists

Workers looking forward to enjoying a long and leisurely retirement after years of toil, may need to think again.<p>New research shows that brain function declines rapidly as soon as people stop work and put their feet up.<p>A major British study which tracked 3,400 retired civil servants found that …

10 Laws Of UX, Illustrated

A handy guide for remembering Fitts’s Law, Jakob’s Law, and more.<p>Good design tends to follow general principles that give designers overarching guidelines to work within. But for user experience and interface designers, there are also laws that govern the nitty-gritty. For instance, it’s helpful to …

UX Design

Angry Customers Don’t Want an Apology

It’s the first rule of customer service: When something goes wrong, apologize. In many cases, the apologies continue throughout the interaction as an employee goes the extra mile to convey empathy and concern. But surprising new research shows that approach can backfire: An apology that extends …

Customers

These secret Netflix codes uncover a list of 'hidden' films and TV shows — and it's easy to use them

To access the extra content, all you need to do is add the code for the desired genre or sub genre to the end of the usual Netflix URL.<p>For example, to access the list for "action & adventure," you would add the code 1365, making your URL become: http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/1365.<p>Niche sub …

TV shows

After you die, your brain knows you’re dead, terrifying study reveals

Have you ever wondered what happens when you die?<p>You’ve probably heard about how those who have died and come back to life say they saw light at the …

The Brain

In a Distracted World, Solitude Is a Competitive Advantage

“Always remember: Your focus determines your reality.” Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn shares this advice with Anakin Skywalker in <i>Star Wars,</i> but in our hyper-distracted work world, it’s advice that we all need to hear.<p>Technology has undoubtedly ushered in progress in a myriad of ways. But this same force …

Time Management

The Starter Guide to Facebook Groups for Business

How to use a modern forum to grow your audience.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Remember forums?<p>Delphi Forums, one of the first, started in 1983. Forums provided an early version of social marketing, gathering together others to discuss common interests and causes. …

Marketing

XFasten Double Sided Tape Foam Mounting Tape, 3/4-Inch x 350-Inch

This fits your .<p>to make sure this fits.<p>Versatile replacement for bolts and screws on even and uneven surfaces for interior or exterior use.<p>Ideal for …

Why China Crushed Bitcoin

Bitcoin’s buzz is gone, for now. It was crushed by the heavy-handed intervention of the Chinese government, which is cooling off investor enthusiasm for the digital currency.<p>That’s just the beginning rather than the end of recent efforts by big governments around the world to turn Bitcoin back into …

Cryptocurrency

Google’s most-searched “how-to” questions capture all the magic and struggle of being human

My younger sister always gives me very good advice.<p>Once, for instance, she told me, “You need to stop asking Google questions about your life.” And she was right: Treating an Internet search engine as an advice column isn’t necessarily the best way to navigate life. When you ask Google, “How to …

Mark Zuckerberg confirms Facebook will add subscriptions for publishers, not take a cut

Mark Zuckerberg just revealed Facebook's new strategy to save the media industry: subscriptions.<p>After years of simply forcing news organizations to …

Competition in the Age of Online Giants

THOMAS M. SCHEER/EYEEM/GETTY IMAGES<p><b>I. The Problem</b><p>The global economy is coalescing around a few digital superpowers. We see unmistakable evidence that a winner-take-all world is emerging in which a small number of “hub firms”—including Alibaba, Alphabet/Google, Amazon, Apple, Baidu, Facebook, …

Innovation

Designers are using “dark UX” to turn you into a sleep-deprived internet addict

Last week, Facebook rolled out an update to the design of its News Feed. The design tweaks—near imperceptible pixel spacing and color enhancements—were meant to make Facebook’s infinitely updating cascade of stories even easier to consume and comment on. “Small changes, like a few extra pixels of …