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Amy Webb A futurist with an algorithm for love.

Eric A. Meyer A more compassionate web through real-life design.

Pip Jamieson How to successfully launch a ‘LinkedIn for Creatives’ – twice.

Paul Jarvis Building a freelance career around life, not vice versa.

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Table of contents

An Exist Strategy
Food for thought by Natasha Lampard.

Accessing The Noise
Food for thought by Aimee Chou.

A Day in the Life of
Spend a day with Ahmed Magdi.

A Day in the Life of
Spend a day with Sarah Hui.

May I Ask
Katherine Isbister answers our questions on the emotional and social impact of video games.

Amy Webb on the role of futurism during the Cold War, her algorithm for finding love, and why businesses can’t afford not to think about the future in meaningful ways.

A Newsletter Manifesto
Making business newsletters better out of respect for the reader, by Michael Rill.

Code That Transforms
With Laboratoria, Mariana Costa Checa changes entire communities in South America by teaching underprivileged women basic coding skills.

Eric A. Meyer on his tenacious advocacy work for a more accessible web, how to design with compassion, and coping with the tragic loss of his daughter.

Pushing the Envelope
Cardboard boxes and other packaging materials are a lucrative business opportunity for Lumi, by Stephan Ango.

Gear Guide
Accessories for the modern web worker, by Ed Macovaz.

Rules of Business
Guiding principles for doing business, by Claire Lew.

Pip Jamieson on houseboat-living on the canals of London, starting up twice, and her impassioned efforts for more diversity in the creative industries.

Next Gen
At JuniorLab in Berlin, Sven Ehmann asks six young people about the technology of the future.

Music Maker
Dr. Mike Butera is creating a new type of musical experience focused on exploration and creativity rather than skill sets and signal chains: Artiphon.

The Business of Being Thoughtful
Daianna Karaian advocates for a more thoughtful and sustainable approach to making and consuming.

Paul Jarvis on how ‘good anger’ is great for productivity, sales pitches powered by pet rats, and his approach to shaping work around life.

A tour around the offices of Clover Network, Pantheon,, Airbnb Australia, and Avant.

Junior Executive
Teenage entrepreneur James Anderson unexpectedly became a role model for high school dropouts.

Just Energy Moving
How do we react to feelings? An essay by Sarah Jane Coffey.

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