- The New York Times tells us that art books are surviving in a digital world. Whew! (Shameless plug: The Met's upcoming Manus x Machina exhibition publication, is like many of this series, a celebration of unusual publishing materiality.) (shamless plug no. 2: and some art books are doing well as digital—check out the digital version of The Met's quarterly members bulletin, on which yours truly was co-project lead. iPad-only, sorry. It's a pilot.)
- Not only were we promised jetpacks, but we were promised that robots would free us from having to work for a living. Assuming it doesn't eradicate or enslave us, is AI—in this case, "deep learning"—hold the key to changing our view of work? (On the other hand, maybe Americans don't work as hard as we think we do.) And here's the Times again with a couple more hands on the issue.
- Is your work team having issues? If you can, here's three things you can try, straight from the Google mothership, via Inc.
Links of the Week (3/23/16)
The New York Times tells us that art books are surviving in a digital world. Whew! Also, jetpacks, leisure, and teamwork.