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Openbook Sign up/login??

Hello my Friendicans.

Finally I got to be able to download the Openbook app, but I've no way to login or sign up.
I'm being asked for a 'registration link' to sign up, and to login, of course, the username and password. But I requested to join 3 months ago, and can only see the email address and first and last names on my profile on their site. Don't remember if I set a login then.

Where or how do I get the 'registration link'?

Goed! I hope that it's the last name change. And hope to get the registration link soon too.

Tomas Kos Illustrations

Commissioned and personal illustrations by Tomas Kos.

Tomas Kos is a freelance illustrator who lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. His artworks often convey a hidden message, which he masterfully visualizes in a surreal way. A small selection of both commissioned and personal illustrations can be found below. For those who want to see more of Tomas’ creative work, please visit his portfolio on Behance or follow this talented guy on Instagram.

Hot summer illustration
Can art cure the soul?
Massive Growing
Sketches by Tomas Kos
All images © by Tomas Kos. Have a look at our Illustration category to find more inspiring work created by talented people from around the globe.

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Word of the moment: "captology"

Financial Times is reporting on laws intended to crack down on manipulative tactics used by Facebook and other companies to confuse, trick and addict users. The UK is talking about banning "Likes" on Facebook. The US Senate is going after "dark patterns" design -- software designed to make choices beneficial to the company much more likely.

The article uses a word I hadn't heard before: "captology," defined as persuasive technology that exploits human psychology for commercial gain.

Common Sense media lists some of the techniques social networks, games and other sites use to hook kids.

The Financial Times piece is really about legislation. How do you ban persuasion — especially when the techniques are as subtle as a “Like” button or a simple notification?
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Melides Residence by Architecture Firm Esteva i Esteva

A family home designed in Melides, Portugal by the architects of Esteva i Esteva.

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Auto-play podcast on my Network feed!!

I'm getting this podcast or something everytime I load my Network stream. Anyone else?

Radisson Collection Royal Hotel, Copenhagen
The Radisson Collection Royal Hotel is the only hotel by renowned designer and architect Arne Jacobsen, making it a true home of Danish modernism. Constructed in 1960, the building still dominates the city skyline, and its interior design impresses visitors to this day.

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Bob Marley’s birthday
Bob Marley was born on this date in 1945. He died on May 11, 1981 of melanoma.

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#music #reggae #BobMarley

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