Adobe's Anti-Bias Image Model 🌎

Plus OpenAI unveils text-to-video model Sora; Quest UI is getting a UI overhaul; and more...


Here’s what’s happening today in design: Adobe's anti-bias image AI; OpenAI unveils text-to-video model Sora; Quest UI is getting a UI overhaul; Redesigning handoff with Figma's Dev Mode Feb 22; Online Design Systems meetup at Meta March 19; Apple Arcade takes players into a new dimension with spatial gaming; Adobe introduces Spectrum 2 design system; How Airbnb Became a Leader in UX Design; The biggest logo design library; EightShapes Specs Figma plugin gets updated; What makes a truly great software designer; Discussing design process on Design & Whine; mymind’s share panel is a lesson in creating a consistent brand experience; Take notes on this app presentation; This hero is a lesson in consistent shape language.


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The Birth of Online Communities: The First Computer Bulletin Board System.

On February 16, 1978, the landscape of digital communication took a monumental leap forward with the creation of the first computer bulletin board system (CBBS) in Chicago. This pioneering platform allowed users to connect via a computer and phone line, sharing messages, data, and later, media, setting the foundation for the online forums and social networks that would come to dominate the digital age. CBBS introduced a new way for individuals to gather, discuss, and disseminate information, heralding the beginning of online communities and foreshadowing the interconnectedness of global society through the internet.







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