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  • Thumbnail of Here’s our board deck template for Jam!

We use the same template every 90 days.

You can use it too.

Here's the link to copy the full 35-slide deck:
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    Here’s our board deck template for Jam! We use the same template every 90 days. You can use it too. Here's the link to copy the full 35-slide deck: https://t.co/eFp2kfZ0tV https://t.co/52GmXfVBvE

    by Dani Grant

    Investor Communications

  • The reason experts are so split on whether or not we're on an exponential path to AI is that intelligence is multi-dimensional. You can be both exponentially exploding/scaling in one dimension and stagnating in another. You can be both superhuman and subhuman at the same time. People tend to focus on the dimensions most salient to their inclinations, but the reality is that we can be simultaneously shooting up and stuck, and there is no good metaphor in the natural world for such an unnatural scenario (hence the "A" in AI). We can expect to see continued jaw-dropping improvement and hopeless stagnation all at once, and no precedent quite captures the strange mental chimera that results.

    by Kenneth Stanley

    Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

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    everything is hyper engineered to make you addicted https://t.co/J7WvnjoAdQ

    by Fox

    attention is sacred

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    Yeah, @Jack is right https://t.co/sIhNIE3QXV

    by Elon Musk

    algorithmic anxiety and what is Social Media doing to us?

  • Scale is quite valuable, but the costs are usually hidden. Consolidation leads to monoculture, it reduces the stock of unique ferments. Culture, taste, and invention are often bottom-up phenomena. They require the opposite of scale. They require distance, and working alone.

    by Simon Sarris

    taste and the goal is resonance, not scale

  • Craft is the new "growth hack". Investing in craft, means you invest in quality of the experience, and that benefits in all of areas of the business. People talk about you. People want your product. Sales is easier. You create customer champions. Retention is higher.

    by Karri Saarinen

    Craftsmanship and Build Something Beautiful

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    by daylight

    don’t be discouraged and Humane Tech

  • Thumbnail of Introducing ☎️ CALL ARC, a brand new way to get an answer on the go.

Say you’re walking to the train and you’ve got a quick question.

Just raise Arc Search to your ear and ask it! https://t.co/mt5aqGQV3Y

    Introducing ☎️ CALL ARC, a brand new way to get an answer on the go. Say you’re walking to the train and you’ve got a quick question. Just raise Arc Search to your ear and ask it! https://t.co/mt5aqGQV3Y

    by nate parrott

    Delightful Ux

  • Thumbnail of Personally, I see at least 2 "types" of websites. In short: I am for AI for "getting information quickly," against it for "consolidating the internet landscape."

1. "Get stuff done/get information quickly." Where efficiency is key. Get from A→B as fast as possible. "What does this error code mean?" would be an example. "How do I file this {IRS form}?" I have zero inclination toward serendipity in those situations.

2. Then there's browsing the internet. Blogs, social platforms, Reddit, websites, etc. The point is to have variety—#2 in-situ in an AI interface would be, in my mind, like having all the parks, cafes, stores, etc. cramped into a mega indoor mall.

Yielding "custom designs for creator" skinning feels like it would be similar to mall dining court, "Hey, you can still style your menu and have your logo," both visually and environmentally speaking. It puts you "at a remove" from the content itself.

I would also advocate against folding #2 into the in-situ all-encompassing browsing experience, especially because convenience and efficiencies erode variety, and it's chiefly bc convenience /isn't/ bad, that makes this kind of erosion dangerously appealing.

    Personally, I see at least 2 "types" of websites. In short: I am for AI for "getting information quickly," against it for "consolidating the internet landscape." 1. "Get stuff done/get information quickly." Where efficiency is key. Get from A→B as fast as possible. "What does this error code mean?" would be an example. "How do I file this {IRS form}?" I have zero inclination toward serendipity in those situations. 2. Then there's browsing the internet. Blogs, social platforms, Reddit, websites, etc. The point is to have variety—#2 in-situ in an AI interface would be, in my mind, like having all the parks, cafes, stores, etc. cramped into a mega indoor mall. Yielding "custom designs for creator" skinning feels like it would be similar to mall dining court, "Hey, you can still style your menu and have your logo," both visually and environmentally speaking. It puts you "at a remove" from the content itself. I would also advocate against folding #2 into the in-situ all-encompassing browsing experience, especially because convenience and efficiencies erode variety, and it's chiefly bc convenience /isn't/ bad, that makes this kind of erosion dangerously appealing.

    by XH

    How might AI change user interfaces and Every - essay bits inspo