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Are You (Subconsciously) Afraid of Success?

Have you ever found yourself on the verge of a big success, and noticed things starting to go wrong? It begins with a feeling of agitation. The …

Self-improvement

frog

COLLECTION NO. 9SXSW 2016Follow frog as we cover the South by Southwest Interactive Festival live from Austin, Texas.4 Stories 2 Contributors …

Is It Possible to Peg an Industrial Designer's Quality of Life?

What promises to be a fascinating discussion about life as an industrial designer is currently taking root on the Core77 Boards. The original poster, …

Product Design

Make It Modern: DIY Minimal Leather Stool Cover

<i>Editor’s Note: You asked, we answered. For two years in a row you told us in our Reader Survey that you wanted more DIY on Design Milk. So, without</i> …

Sewing

Reaching Across Cultures Without Losing Yourself

A Data Scientist’s Real Job: Storytelling

Every morning at DoSomething.org, our computers greet us with a report containing over 350 million data points tracking our organization’s performance. Our challenge as data scientists is to translate this haystack of information into guidance for staff so they can make smart decisions — whether …

Apple’s Latest Acquisition Puts Them Inside the Building

Apple acquired a company last week. It’s something to pay attention to.<p>There is still one slightly uncharted territory that will — without question — be the last mile in marketing. It is the ability for a brand to deliver contextual and highly targeted marketing at the local retail level. We may be …

Stealth Innovation Is Not a Solution

Making innovation happen inside established organizations is just darned tough work. That’s because there are deep and fundamental conflicts between innovation and day-to-day operations—and established organizations are built more for the latter than the former.<p>No wonder, then, that business people …