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Friday Links

πŸ—£ Five-and-a-half powerful minutes of black parents telling their kids how to deal with police. If you only look at one thing here, please make it this one.

πŸ” Claire Lew pens a fantastic piece about why a company’s vision matters, and how to figure out what your vision is.

🍰 Carl Erik Fisher writes a thought provoking piece about willpower.

🌐 Dan Luu shows us exactly how much the web sucks on a slow connection (and reminds us that millions of people around the world are still stuck with very slow connections).

πŸ“± Mark Stanton provides a surprisingly interesting deep dive on the nuances of rounded corners. Now I know what a curvature comb is!

πŸŽ› Jason Fried writes a case study that shows how complexity can creep in and cause problems.

🌈 Alex Denisov decides to alter the Stickies app that comes with macOS in order to change the colors. A fantastic look at reverse engineering.

πŸ”΄ Ken Segall shares an entertaining look behind the scenes of Apple’s HAL ads from 1999.

πŸ–₯ Stephen Hackett talks about some of his favorite Apple displays. That 17-inch ADC Apple Studio Display is quite the looker.

πŸ—Ί Apple announced WWDC pretty early this year due to a change of venue from San Francisco to San Jose. John Gruber has a nice writeup about it.

πŸŠβ€β™€οΈ Jason Kottke shares and writes about a delightful short film by Maximilien Van Aertryck and Axel Danielson called Ten Meter Tower.

🍽 And, finally, Sarah Kay talks about Table Games.