You aren’t communicating nearly enough

"If you develop the habit of communicating problems as soon as you suspect them, instead of waiting until there is no hope, you and your team are going to be much happier." - Michael Natkin

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Great PMs don’t spend their time on solutions

"I encourage you to try changing how you spend your time. Do it on something small, obsess about the problem definition. Then see how fast and easy it is to know what to build, to build it, and to see customers value it because you truly understood what they needed." - Paul Adams

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Meet the Reddit user who keeps beating powerful NBA reporters to scoops

"SEAinLA won’t post scoops to Reddit without his friends’ permission, and only if they’re certain the information is correct. All of his posts have turned out to be accurate thus far." - Owen Phillips

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Overcoming bias : how bees argue

"And that’s how bee swarms argue, re: picking a new site. The process only includes an elite of the most experienced 3-5% of bees. That elite all starts out with no opinion, and then slowly some of them acquire opinions, at first directly and randomly via inspecting options, and then more indirectly via randomly copying opinions expressed near them. Individual bees may never change their acquired opinions. The key is that when bees have an opinion, they tend to express them more often when those are better opinions." - Robin Hanson

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On facts and thinking

"There are two types of facts, and two types of thinking. They can be combined into four techniques for making sense of the world." - Anonymous (Patrick)

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Who are you trying to impress with your deadlines?

"Your users don't care about a missed sprint. Hard deadlines are not user first, they are management first. Deadlines are good, they create a sense of urgency, bring predictability to your processes and for these reasons you should have them. But there are good deadlines and there are bad deadlines. There are companies where those deadlines are set in stone, and a missed deadline is next to fire. That's when the problem starts." - Jatin Shridhar

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Website accessibility for people with disabilities is still an issue. Here's why.

"In fact, Domino's referenced Title III when they approached the Supreme Court with their case, questioning whether it requires businesses' websites and mobile apps to comply with the ADA's accessibility requirements for people with disabilities." - Siobhan Neela-Stock

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Designing for design systems

"Designers are very intentional in the decisions they make. This is what keeps websites consistent and understandable. These design decisions can be broken down into a what and a why." - Ethan Muller

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The Aesthetic-Accessibility Paradox

"Why isn’t an interface that’s balanced with aesthetics and accessibility easy on the eyes for everyone? Within the subset of the minority, there’s another majority and minority. The majority of the minority are users who don’t have extreme visual impairments and will be able to use a balanced design. However, the minority of the minority have extreme visual impairments that will still cause them issues." - Anthony Tseng

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