The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #21

The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #21

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  1. Out of the Ordinary Emails | "Exceptional newsletters about creative obsessions."
  2. This French Creative Agency Counts Everything It Does In Its Office. EVERYTHING. | "Right down to the number of times the toilets flush, sid lee goes full tmi with this beautifully-designed, interactive dashboard."
  3. Design Ah! (デザインあ) introduces kids to design concepts | "In 2011, Japan’s NHK television network began broadcasting Design Ah!, a Peabody award-winning children’s educational program that explores different types of creative thinking for viewers of all ages." (via Kottke)
  4. CoeLux | "CoeLux is an optical system based on nano technology to artificially reproduce the natural light and visual appearance of the sun and sky."
  5. A Less Long, More Connected Medium | "...today, we’re making some pretty big changes to how Medium works and feels."
  6. CEO Ryan Carson works a four-day work week. Here’s how. | "...Carson has deliberately designed his company to both maximize productivity, he said, and give him time for a life. 'I’ve really tried to engineer a sustainable life."
  7. What Traffic Signs Get Wrong (And How To Fix Them) | "People pay more attention to signs that appear dynamic than those with static figures, according to a new study."
  8. A Countryside Sliding Glass House Designed by dRMM | "The project encompasses three separate buildings (house, garage, and guest annex), and was built with the intention for the owners to grow food, entertain, and enjoy the landscape from the structure."
  9. FYI I'M A GRAPHIC DESIGNER | "The Cinematic Portrayal of Graphic Designers in Film & Television." (via Waxy)
  10. FCC votes to protect the internet with Title II regulation | "Net neutrality has won at the FCC. In a 3-to-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission today established a new Open Internet Order that implements strict net neutrality rules, including prohibitions on site and app blocking, speed throttling, and paid fast lanes." And in plain English, also via Waxy.