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Harry Fozzard
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Offshore Entrepreneur, Relentless Learner, Curious Traveler
Offshore Entrepreneur, Relentless Learner, Curious Traveler

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"We asked WBW readers to fill out a survey telling us a bunch of random things about themselves, and we used those surveys to bring 3,782 people together into 414 curated group hangouts, taking place in 168 cities, in 48 countries—all happening this Saturday. Quite the thing."

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"Global income distribution is also on the rise. In the late 1990s, the world was clearly divided between rich and poor."

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“This time,” the post reads, “there is a harder task to accomplish. There are two lonely souls to comfort.”

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"Almost every video conferencing system on the market seems to be difficult to set up, unreliable, or just a hassle to use."

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"When an app ‘just works’, it matters less what it looks like, but how it helps solve a problem."

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"Celis spent five days in the Philippine city of Tacloban after Super Typhoon Haiyan hit in 2013, killing over 10,000 people. He says Quezon City Jail was worse."

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"Mikkelson owns and runs Snopes.com, a hugely popular fact-checking site which debunks urban legends, old wives’ tales, fake news, shoddy journalism and political spin. It started as a hobby in the internet’s Pleistocene epoch two decades ago and evolved into a professional site that millions now rely on as a lie-detector."

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"But there's another way of using time that's common among people who make things, like programmers and writers. They generally prefer to use time in units of half a day at least. You can't write or program well in units of an hour. That's barely enough time to get started.


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"But there is a more subtle way that design influences our daily decisions and behavior – whether we know it or not. It’s not sexy or trendy or flashy in any way. I’m talking about defaults."

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"As social beings, we biologically need to connect with others in order to be happy, healthy and whole. But when we neglect those things and turn to escape mechanisms (like a cell phone!) it starts to take a toll on our quality of life. "
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