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Some Things | Vol. 15: Speed up to slow down

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Some Things | Vol. 15: Speed up to slow down
In a world of wearable tech, hustle culture & automation we often get caught up in the pursuit of speeding things up to get more done in less time – which can & often does lead to burnout, anxiety & the demand for some much-needed timeout. There’s an irony to it all which begs the question: why do we do it to ourselves?

  1. Short of time? Speed up pretty much any video with this Google Chrome extension by up to 30% via chrome web store. 
  2. Still pressed for time? You may need to check out ‘Mighty’ to experience Google Chrome even faster & using up to 10x less memory via Mighty App.
  3. Worried that TV, technology and TikTok are killing the attention span of teenagers? Stand down & watch this one-hour stream of ‘Butter’ melting via BTS YouTube.
  4. Envisioned as Big Brother for the TikTok era, content houses have become a mecca for influencer marketing in the US via Creative Review.
  5. Dazed & Converse launch the Open to Change partnership to support & empower the next generation via DAZED Digital.
  6. Learn about the principles of working with typography to help improve your experience with web design via Obys agency.
  7. Take a peak at these Five New Yorkers reflecting on the fearlessness of youth, while five others dance their words. ‘They saw the sun first’ via Red Bull.
  8. Used furniture is about to become a $16.6 billion business & guess what, even Ikea is getting in on it via Fast Company.
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etanion/Blendswap, jclevet/Blendswap via Fast Company
etanion/Blendswap, jclevet/Blendswap via Fast Company
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