The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #46

  1. How QuarkXPress became a mere afterthought in publishing | “In the early ’90s, Quark boasted 95% market share. In ’99, InDesign arrived…”
  2. Why Creating a Meaningful Morning Routine Will Make You More Successful | “I’ve learned so much about how creating good habits and a morning routine are critical for lifetime success. A morning routine sets the tone for the whole day, and if you do each day right, you’ll do life right.”
  3. The architect at work | “Architect Paul Rudolph taught at Yale, and he made his name at Yale, and it was at Yale that he created his masterwork—the Art & Architecture building, now called Paul Rudolph Hall. He designed the building here, running through six different schemes that got ever more complex, and he himself oversaw its construction—acting essentially as his own client, fretting over details and redesigning even as the building was going up.”
  4. Educator Duo Reflects on How Design Thinking Has Transformed Their Teaching | “What does it mean to be a teacher designer? Two educators share their experiences.”
  5. The Cult of Busy | “Over a leisurely lunch recently, a good friend lamented that he was “too busy” to read. I smiled. Our meal lasted an hour and a half. We then strolled to a nearby restaurant, evaluating the menu for an upcoming dinner party. My friend then headed to a meeting about a conference – he’s a successful entrepreneur – he didn’t actually plan to attend. By the time he returned to work it would be 4:30pm, more than four hours after he had left for lunch.”
  6. The Evolution of Magazine Covers | “A look at how we’ve changed in the past 100 years.”
  7. How to Know Whether to Believe a Health Study | “Every day, new health care research findings are reported. Many of them suggest that if we do something — drink more coffee, take this drug, get that surgery or put in this policy — we will have better (or worse) health, or longer (or shorter) lives. And every time you read such news, you are undoubtedly left asking: Should I believe this? Often the answer is no, but we may not know how to distinguish the research duds from the results we should heed.”
  8. Instagram Ends the Tyranny of the Square | “Rejoice: The iron-fisted reign of the square is dead. Instagram just announced it’s letting you upload landscape and portrait-oriented photos to the platform, which means you no longer have to rely on janky screenshot hacks or third-party apps to get that sunset gram of the lake looking just right.”
  9. Joey Fatone To One Direction: “Everything Is About To Be Terrible” | “Dear Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Harry Styles, Hey guys. It’s Joey Fatone, former member of NSync and current announcer on Family Feud, the job I’ve always dreamed of.”
  10. Pixar in a Box | “A collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy.” I hope to see more method/process stuff here rather than just technical lessons.

Image via link #6.