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Sjors Timmer
Senior UX designer. Interested in the space between words and things.
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Sjors Timmer Apr 21
Replying to @Fabien_UX
:) now that you ask, yes-ish. Perhaps, depends on how much thought you’ve given on how/where your pension is invested in.
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Sjors Timmer Apr 21
Replying to @sparrk @BeerBods
You are a lucky man. Do they pay their dividend in beer too?
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Sjors Timmer Apr 21
A lot more than I assumed. Well done everyone.
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Sjors Timmer Apr 20
Just curious, do you have investments? Shares, bonds, funds, etf, etc.
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Sjors Timmer Apr 20
Replying to @impactology @round
Re: your assignment I sometimes use mental brownie points: Often no need to get annoyed when you can just take away brownie points :)
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Sjors Timmer Apr 20
Replying to @impactology @round
Lots of emotional ones are often best kept as qualitative form. Love, anger, worry, kindness. But don’t think there are any absolutes; “it depends “ ;)
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Sjors Timmer Apr 14
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Sjors Timmer Apr 9
Replying to @PeteWilliams
The correct question is: is the current price good value for money; if yes: buy it; if no: don’t buy it 😉
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
:/ kinda thought you would have tried it. Just remembered from my photoshop days that you kinda don't want to rasterise, but vectorise fonts. Have you searched for that?
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
I know nothing about Powerpoint, but have you explored embedding the fonts?
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @odannyboy
How hot takes proliferate:
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @atrvrs
Don't worry, I was just the retweeter ;)
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Martyn Schmoll Apr 6
“A couple of decades ago, it was perfectly normal to smoke cigarettes inside. Today, very few would do that. I think it’s the same with cars in the city center: One day we will look back and ask ourselves why we ever thought that was a good idea.”
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @Folletto
Probably mixing cause and effect here; the book codified what it means to be successful in a society run by and for the white upperclass. And once it was codified it standardized and froze certain acts and rituals as “the normal thing people do”
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Yup “I really wonder what kind of person has been drilled by their parents that writing thank you notes is important” Surely this won’t correlate with race, class and education at all...
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @Folletto
Sending thank you notes is among the things you must do for example (the book is from 1936). So I assume this recruiter is screening for a certain value system that correlates strongly with White and old money.
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @Folletto
I listened to the audiobook version; As a self help book its value is limited but it really helped me to understand the weirdness of American business culture :)
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
Replying to @Folletto
I think it comes from How To Win Friends And Influence People which has become a weird bible of how to behave in American businesses
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Sjors Timmer Apr 7
came for the case studies stayed for the 3D spinning dog
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Sjors Timmer Apr 6
Already looking forward to this book for years! Congrats on the next big step!
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