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What We’re Reading: Raising good humans, AI-generated twins, and new year’s resolutions that stick

A few Medium stories you may have missed lately

The Aura of AI-Generated Art” by Nettrice Gaskins, digital artist, academic, and cultural critic

Courtesy of Nettrice Gaskins; Left to right: A photo of the author; using the author’s photo as an image (and text) prompt in Midjourney; an MJ variation on the middle image (AI output)

Raise Good Humans” by Mindy Stern, screenwriter and essayist, in Human Parts

Struggling to Read” by Grant Faulkner, executive director of National Novel Writing Month and co-founder of 100-Word Story

Denilson Nastacio

What is the hardest thing in software development?” by Denilson Nastacio, operations architect and software engineer

There’s No Such Thing as a Bad Emotion” by Marc Brackett, Ph.D. and Robin Stern, PhD at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

How senior product managers think differently” by Debbie Widjaja, product leader and coach, in IRL Product

Every Book I Read in 2022, With Commentary” by Elisa Gabbert, poet, essayist, and author of “The Unreality of Memory

20 Entertaining Uses of ChatGPT You Never Knew Were Possible” by Mark Schaefer, marketing strategy expert

Jake Knapp

From the archive: “The Slacker’s Guide to New Year’s Resolutions That Stick” by Jake Knapp, designer and author of “Sprint” and “Make Time,” in Make Time



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