Sophie Cross is one of the kindest and savviest people I’ve had the privilege of knowing. An entrepreneur, writer, editor-in-chief, playlist…
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POV: You’ve spent the last few years writing about heat maps and are in need of something to re-energize your brain. Meet Fio Dossetto. A lover of em…
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If you’ve always had multiple interests and are convinced that you lack the focus to specialize in one of them, you should probably (really) hit the…
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A long lost relative of one Mrs Pepperpot, Amy Nolan—who writes the Doodle Digest newsletter—has been doodling since she was a kid. From pillowcases and…
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The year is 2011 and Rohit Srivastav has been reaping karma points on Quora, Reddit, and Facebook. On the former two by leaving helpful answers and on…
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ft. Dave Harland. What would be your response if you got unsolicited DMs from people trying to sell you bitcoin?Mine would be to laugh it off and carry…
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Most people who work independently confine themselves to titles like ‘freelancer’ or ‘consultant’. But Dan Nelken is not most people. When Dan realized…
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“There’s something about otters. I love the way they hold hands when they’re sleeping, so they don’t fall apart. So when I send someone an otter in the…
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If creativity is not bigness, what is it? What does it take to create someone's favorite work? How is the asterisk the tiniest storytelling tool? 
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Harry Potter walks into Flourish and Blotts instead of Ollivanders and opens a book handed to him. As he does this, a blinding ray of light bursts out…
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Ryan Gosling is seated in his therapist's office. He gulps down the lump in his throat and starts talking about how Papyrus, the font that the…
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*Cole Schafer entered the waiting room* At 2.30 am, there's a thin line between dreams, illusion, and reality. And this sure seemed more like the former…
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