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This week we answered a listener's email about designing for the near future. And hopefully our discussion extends to the distant future as well.
This week we talked about Apple's WWDC event and learning in designed systems.
This week we discussed finding furniture and devices that are designed to disable technology.
This week we discussed haircuts, texting during an emergency and the death of Square Wallet.
This week we addressed your responses to the survey that we mentioned on the past few episodes. If this is the first time you're listening the show, we'd recommend listening to a few previous episodes first and coming back to this one.
This week we talked about possible losing our seats.
This week talked about clever design, social design, dogmas, fact checking and voting.
This week we talked about Mobb Deep and Dan's true calling.
This week we talked about the growing hill that is the web and the devices that shape our message.
Matt is back from vacation to follow up on Episode 36 about new design tools and then the open web vs. protecting your thing.
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