The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #186

The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #186

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  1. Hellvetica | Proper spacing.
  2. How visual thinking supports transformation and change | "There are many reasons organizations undergo transformation and change—but did you know that only 12% of them fully accomplish their goals? Let's take a look at how leaders can better set up their change initiatives for success."
  3. Paper Phone | "Paper Phone is an experimental app which helps you have a little break away from your digital world, by printing a personal booklet of the information you’ll need that day. Printed versions of the functions you use the most such as contacts, calendars and maps let you get things done in a calmer way and help you concentrate on the things that matter the most." Via Chris Glass.
  4. How to Read a Map | "Or, the greatest oversimplified explanation of how to navigate ever written."
  5. My Management Lessons from Three Failed Startups, Google, Apple, Dropbox, and Twitter | "Kim Scott had one thing to do that day. She was going to price her product. It was the year 2000, she was the founder and CEO of Juice Software, and she had blocked off her whole morning to make this decision."
  6. The History of CTRL + ALT + DELETE | "In 2013, Bill Gates admitted ctrl+alt+del was a mistake and blamed IBM. Here's the story of how the key combination became famous in the first place."
  7. 'Mindfulness' Isn't the Answer to Our Completely Hellish Workplaces | "I would rather quit my job than strive to be 'smooth, pleasant, and helpful.'"
  8. Take Your Time To Think | "Don’t be afraid to say 'I don’t know.'"
  9. Your Speech Is Packed With Misunderstood, Unconscious Messages | "Have you ever found yourself counting ums and uhs?"
  10. Inside the iPhone 11 Camera, Part 1: A Completely New Camera | "I’ve taken some time to analyze the iPhone 11’s new image capture pipeline, and it looks like one of the greatest changes in iPhone cameras yet."