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October 6, 2004

The new IN list

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Posted by Kevin Marks

Back when receiving a chunk of dead wood in the mail every month to tell you what to think was cool, there was the Tired/Wired list. Now we are much too sophisticated to provide such reductive, glib distillations of what to think about. I think this is a shame, so I've decided to start a new IN list, based on hierarchic vs emergent thinking. It's called the Tiered/Weird list. Do join in.

TieredWeird
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