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  1. 5 Essential Product Design Books That Aren't About Product Design

    "What are some good books about product management?" is a frequent question for designers and engineers, especially those who are first-time founders. While there are any number of volumes you can peruse about agile development, team building, roadmaps or whatever skill you want to acquire, the art of product design is more elusive. If you're really going for 9th level blackbelt Caine kung-fu, you need to head off the beaten path and find not tips, tricks and tactics, but inspiration and anthropology. Absorb truths about science and people to identify needs based on the human condition, not a market analysis.

    By Hunter Walk , written on

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  2. Tech Dispatches from Davos: The Escher-Like Hierarchy of Davos

    There is more snow this year in Davos than any year since 1952. Big, fluffy flakes have been falling continuously since I arrived here Tuesday afternoon. Every conference attendee's bag includes strap-on shoe spikes to keep you from slipping and sliding on the ice. While a good, practical idea in theory, I think the sharpened spikes are unlikely to make it through the airport-like security checks that gate every hotel and venue.

    By Matthew Prince , written on

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  3. Virgin America's Broken Booking Engine: Enough's Enough

    It's hard to imagine that there's anyone who loves Virgin America as much as I do, without actually working for Virgin America.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

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  4. The Secret to Winning Any Debate in Washington Right Now

    Like the Millennium Falcon caught in the Imperial fleet's tractor beam, Silicon Valley is getting increasingly drawn into Washington game playing.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

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  5. Julian Assange Gets His Own Talk Show, Poor Guy

    They likened him to a terrorist, they threatened to assassinate him, they tried to extradite him as a rapist.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

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  6. Please, Spare Me Any More Of This Obnoxious Techno-Entitlement

    An English juror has been sentenced to six months in prison for contempt of court after doing Internet research on a trial, and sharing that research with her fellow jurors. The trial was subsequently abandoned.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

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  7. Larry Page to Googlers: If You Don't Get SPYW, Work Somewhere Else

    Yesterday, I wrote that Google needs to come clean with its users: Either the company is meddling with search results (as all evidence suggests) or it is still committed to all the ideals it espoused when the company was going public.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

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  8. Ebooks Are Horrible: A Consideration

    Following hot on the heels of Apple's unveiling of its new iBooks Author tool, online magazine/publisher/whatever-the-hell-you-call-it The Atavist has just announced its own ebook authoring system, to be released this spring.

    By Joshua Ellis , written on

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