7 Principles of Icon Design — https://uxdesign.cc/7-principles-of-icon-design-e7187539e4a2?gi=7394da7ecde3
One of the best articles to read if you’re interested in the aesthetics of icon design and their role within user interfaces as a whole.
William Gibson — Cyberspace’s Prophet Talks AI and Climate — https://dnyuz.com/2020/02/13/william-gibson-cyberspaces-prophet-talks-ai-and-climate/
Great interview with Gibson on how his ideas are contextualized in the modern day mashup of cyberspace and AI. On a side note if you haven’t read his signature title ‘Neuromancer’ please do as soon as possible, it’s an eternally good book.
23 Rules to Run a Software Startup with Minimum Hassle — https://www.joisig.com/rules-software-startup-minimum-hassle
This is a pretty actionable writeup that contains some non-obvious things to keep in mind. I found it extremely applicable for any startup not just ones dealing with software.
How China Flooded the U.S. with Lethal Fentanyl, Fueling the Opioid Crisis — https://news.yahoo.com/chinas-role-in-the-us-fentanyl-epidemic-152338423.html
Quite an interesting deep dive into the geopolitical supply chain that surrounds the opioid epidemic in the U.S.
Three Types of Data — https://www.brandonsmith.ninja/blog/three-types-of-data
Technically applicable, but a great read for anyone interested in ways of categorizing and approaching data in the larger scope of systems theory.
Reasonably Polymorphic — https://reasonablypolymorphic.com/book/preface
A completely free and web-based book on the fundamentals of computer science, written by Sandy Maguire.
Advertising is a Cancer on Society — http://jacek.zlydach.pl/blog/2019-07-31-ads-as-cancer.html
Pretty spot-on overview of the types of intrusive advertising
Zero Trust and Disabling Remote Management Endpoints — https://wunderwuzzi23.github.io/blog/posts/zero-trust/
Concise and well written high-level blog post outlining the benefits and rationale behind implementing zero-trust in as many places as possible within a networked environment.