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March 1, 2024
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Engineered familiarity in the new era of work

Every day, after a leisurely breakfast in bed and the opening of his post, Roald Dahl would wander down his garden to the grubby little hut crammed with personal paraphernalia he had created there. There he would sharpen the six yellow pencils that were always by his side while he worked, settle into an armchair, put his feet up on an old suitcase filled with logs, place an American yellow legal pad of paper onto a makeshift board on his lap and work for two hours. He would stop for lunch, typically the same thing every day, have a nap…
Engineered familiarity in the new era of work

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