Pablo Stanley on Twitter: “I love when people creatively use @sketchapp libraries. I’ve been testing the “Angle” library and plugin from @MengTo, and it’s fantastic. Made some quick mockups for @CarbonHealth in this video Do you know of other unconventiona

Hyperledger Fabric – Hyperledger

Hyperledger Fabric is a blockchain framework implementation and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation. Intended as a foundation for developing applications or solutions with a modular architecture, Hyperledger Fabric allows components, such as consensus and membership services, to be plug-and-play. Hyperledger Fabric leverages container technology to host smart contracts called “chaincode” that comprise the application logic of the system. Hyperledger Fabric was initially contribute

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Effect of an Interruption on Risk Decisions | Journal of Consumer Research | Oxford Academic

Consistent with our theoretical framework, this interruption effect disappears when a stimulus’s subjective novelty is restored after an interruption. We further find that these consequences are often unique to interruptions are often do not result from other interventions

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新加坡规划之父刘太格:“八零后再创业” 传承规划硬功夫-新华网

刘太格:现在规划有一种说法是,一个好的规划一定要朝向未来,而且一定是要用高科技,我不太认可。我认为现在规划的最大问题,是对今天人的基本需求理解不充分,这也就是为什么现在会出现城市病。如果眼下的问题解决不了,一味朝向未来就显得好高骛远。人口老龄化这个问题就是今天面临的,不是未来的问题。当然我对运用科技也很在意,但运用科技对于规划本身来说是锦上添花,并不是一个好规划的根本。我的理念是从人的基本需求出发,融合文化、历史、地理等基本因素,扎扎实实的做好规划。我问过很多人,两条快速路之间的最佳距离是多少?很多人答不出来,这就需要对城市情况、车流以及周边设施等基本要素进行研究,并结合大量实践经验才能得出。所以你问我接下来要实现什么想法,就是按照我的理念,与我的团队一起为更多城市做出好的规划。

Source: 新加坡规划之父刘太格:“八零后再创业” 传承规划硬功夫-新华网

“新加坡又如何呢?”——全世界最佳公共住房项目的成功经验 | East Asia & Pacific on the rise

哈佛大学经济学家埃德·格莱泽曾说,经济学提供的是具体策略而不是战略,这意味着政府必须就向诸如公共住房领域提供多大支持作出决定。新加坡政府对公共住房领域的支持不仅强大,而且很稳定,这意味着政府向住房和发展局提供了大量公共补贴(2017年达11.9亿新元)。

Source: “新加坡又如何呢?”——全世界最佳公共住房项目的成功经验 | East Asia & Pacific on the rise

Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself – Silly Bits

My quality bar for code dropped from, “Will we be able to maintain this for the next 5 years?” to, “Can this last until I’m promoted?” I didn’t file or fix any bugs unless they risked my project’s launch. I wriggled out of all responsibilities for maintenance work. I stopped volunteering for campus recruiting events. I went from conducting one or two interviews per week to zero.

Source: Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself – Silly Bits