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  • BoF Insights | Gen-Z and Fashion in the Age of Realism
  • Jony Ive on Life After Apple (WSJ)
  • Pantone wants $15/month for the privilege of using its colors in Photoshop
  • HBO series ‘The Last of Us’ premieres this January
  • Wharton, Berkeley, NYU Offering Online M.B.A.s for the First Time (WSJ)
  • US Banks Reported $1 Billion in 2021 Ransomware Payments
  • Geo-Distributed Microservices and Their Database: Fighting the High Latency
  • Ocado shares soar on new South Korea retail partnership (FT)
  • JP Morgan executes first DeFi trade on public blockchain
  • WhatsApp officially launches its new discussion group feature, Communities
  • Port internal development platform gives visibility into DevOps architecture
  • Goldman Sachs Embeds Software Developers Deeper Into the Business
  • “...Goldman also tries to empower its own technology teams by changing up the process of product development. Rather than be told to code a product by teams further up the chain, developers and engineers write together with business development teams what the company calls a working-back memo, in reference to a product development philosophy used by Mr. Argenti’s former employer,Amazon Inc…
  • The science of resting (well)
  • Musk orders Twitter to cut infrastructure costs by $1 billion