Sunday links: golden ears, parking, productivity
Do you believe in golden ears? Monty vs. Neil Young on audio codecs.
Paul Barter: Adaptive
Parking in a Nutshell.
aims to make our parking supply and behaviour less
rigid and more responsive to changing contexts,
including trends away from automobile dependence.
By contrast, conventional parking policy tends to
lock an over-supply of parking into the landscape,
regardless of changing transport preferences and
urban market trends.
Productivity advice from Hillary Rettig: “Scope Creep” will Poison Your Projects!
And do code review first, work async, don't keep checking email: Force Multiplying is a great set of productivity tips from Jared Wein at Mozilla.
And if you needed any more time-saving advice, here's Simon Doonan on Why the Art World Is So Loathsome. Thanks, now I don't have to keep up with Art.
And while I'm on a roll: Want to be happier? Stop watching mainstream news by Sebastian Marshall.
Christopher Mims for Quartz: Here
comes the first real alternative to iPhone and
So what makes this group of fewer than
100-odd Finns, most of them refugees from the sinking
ship that is Nokia, think they stand a chance?