The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #219

The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #219

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  1. 12 Tips That Actually Help with Zoom Fatigue | "We're all using video calls more and more at work and in our personal lives—and it's exhausting. Zoom fatigue is real. Here's what you can do about it."
  2. This Company's New 2-Sentence Remote Work Policy Is the Best I've Ever Heard | "Siemens' new remote work policy is a master class in emotional intelligence."
  3. The End of Open-Plan Everything | "Personal space is finally back in style, but re-creating it after two decades of its destruction is hardly a straightforward task."
  4. How To Drive Clarity And Creativity In Times Of Disruption | "When we can’t predict the future, we focus on finding a meaningful problem worth solving. After all, the purpose of any business and how it creates value is by solving tough problems for its stakeholders."
  5. The 4 Degrees of Creativity | "Many people claim they are not creative. To debunk this myth for a simple reason: It’s false, and when people accept and deliberately use their creativity they become more fully engaged in life."
  6. Obama eulogizes John Lewis at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta | "President Barack Obama delivered the eulogy at the funeral service for Rep. John Lewis. He called the congressman and civil rights giant 'God's finest disciple' and the 'founding father of that fuller, fairer, better America.'"
  7. Everything You Need to Vote - Vote.org | "You have the right to vote. If anyone tries to stop you, call the Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-687-8683. We also wrote a handy guide that outlines your voting rights."
  8. 6 ways to make the most of online meetings | "Preparing for an online meeting requires a lot more than sending an invite and putting on a clean shirt. Here are a few tips to help you, your team, and your clients become experts at virtual collaboration."
  9. Mac OS 8 is now an app you can download and install on macOS, Windows, and Linux | "After transforming Windows 95 into an app back in 2018, Rieseberg decided to turn an entire 1991 Macintosh Quadra with Mac OS 8.1 into a single Electron app."
  10. After 15 years without personality, Facebook recreates the internet it destroyed | "E.gg reaches back to the busy designs of the early internet."