Better late than never? Or, better next than never?
Sometimes, the framing we have for what we want to do and what’s been done is rightly shaped by where we might have heard/seen things done for much longer than their source was remembered. When we look at such constructs, there’s an opportunity to continue down the same line, or reset the expectations such that we might see the current roads in a different/better light.
Framing this week’s links collection around this thought. Here are those links:
- Understaing Culture via Mike McGarr
- Nike and Boeing Are Paying Sci-Fi Writers to Predict Their Futures via Medium
- Why was the QWERTY keyboard layout invented, and why has it not changed via Brian Roemmele/Quora
- Hiding America From Americans via Medium
- Maximizing Your Slut Impact: An Overly Analytical Guide to Camgirling
- The Case Against Quantum Computing via IEEE Spectrum
- Determinants of Faraday Wave-Patterns in Water Samples Oscillated Vertically at a Range of Frequencies from 50-200 Hz via WATER Online Multidisciplinary Research Journal
And a few from here: