The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #14

  1. David Lynch on Where Ideas Come From and the Fragmentary Nature of Creativity | “How to throw bait in the river of ideation.”
  2. The Authenticity Paradox | “Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact.”
  3. The Inferno of Independence | “After several talks, an unstated theme began to emerge, providing fuel for many of the stories and ideas expressed throughout the two days. It was often hinted upon, but only directly stated in Christina Xu’s talk. It came out as bright and searing as magnified daylight: ‘Independence is lonely.'”
  4. The Rapidly Disappearing Business of Design | “…you might ask yourself why leading design firms are contracting or exiting the business just when it has become more relevant than ever to corporate America.”
  5. Cortado Script | “Cortado Script is a fresh take on mid-century pointed brush lettering.” By Friend of Tremendousness Ben Kiel and cohorts.
  6. A Highly Scientific And Sobering Study Of My Year On Twitter | “This year on Twitter was more exhausting than the last, so I decided to take a hard look at my 2014 tweets, using cold, unyielding data to find out why.”
  7. Bone Music | “How Banned Western Music in the Soviet Union Was Printed on Repurposed X-Ray Records.”
  8. The Best and Worst Identities of 2014 | Here’s Part 1: The Best Reviewed.
  9. 2014: How We Used Slow Motion | Best uses of slo-mo from last year’s films.
  10. The Quora Anthology 2014 | “This collection highlights the contributions of the new class of Top Writers over the past year.”

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