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The story of a refugee Armenian family fleeing Syria, Jonathan Franzen, Funny math of clothing sizes, Facebook Feminism and Sheryl Sandberg, Paul Krugman on Climate Change and why have young people stopped having sex in Japan — these plus chess are on menu this weekend.

Weekend Plans

It was one hectic week around here. Apple announced a slew of new products, Amazon announced earnings and Microsoft once again showed, cool or not, that it still knows how to make money. Still, I had enough time to find some stories that are worth reading. Here are my picks for the weekend:

RoadMap 2013A Personal Message: As you might know, I am hosting Roadmap conference on November 5 and 6th in San Francisco. It is an event which will shed light on the importance of experience design in a post-connected, post-data society. We are going to hear from many experts and it would be great if you can join me and Katie at the event which is being held at the Yerba Buena Centers for Arts. Hope to see you there. Here is a link if you want to buy the tickets.

  1. It’s really worth my time . Thanks for sharing!

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  2. A great range of suggestions even if the Japanese sex story was a bit silly. But, then, there ain’t anything wrong with silly. Especially from an English “global” newspaper.

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  3. Sunil Sanghani Sunday, October 27, 2013

    A wonderful weekend read

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  4. Patrick Mathieson Monday, October 28, 2013

    Seeing that “7 stories” has posted is always one of the highlights of my week.

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