Cam Pegg

Hi, I’m Cam.

I’m a digital product and strategy guy working at Critical Mass in New York City. I help people solve problems and build useful, intuitive and delightful products and services.

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Still Snowy
That Face
Snowy Morning, Central Park
Sleepy Puppy
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Currently Reading

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Learning Experiences

A screen capture from my ‘<p>Calculator</p>’ experiment

Experiment #05


This little effort comes with my sincerest apologies to Mr Rams for butchering his work.

A screen capture from my ‘<p>Polar Clock</p>’ experiment

Experiment #04

Polar Clock

Finding out a little more about how to work with D3 to draw and manipulate shapes.

A screen capture from my ‘<p>Magnetic Poetry</p>’ experiment

Experiment #03

Magnetic Poetry

I like those magnetic poetry kits, but I don’t want to stick a bunch of stuff to my fridge.

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Running Around

A map showing the route for ‘Riverside Roll’

April 10, 2021 at 5:26p.m.

Riverside Roll

  • Time: 24:07
  • Distance: 5.05km / 3.14mi
  • Pace: 4:46/km / 7:41/mi
A map showing the route for ‘Catching Up with Jacks’

April 9, 2021 at 6:50a.m.

Catching Up with Jacks

  • Time: 48:29
  • Distance: 9.38km / 5.83mi
  • Pace: 5:10/km / 8:19/mi
A map showing the route for ‘Easy Pier I Return’

April 8, 2021 at 6:25a.m.

Easy Pier I Return

  • Time: 27:20
  • Distance: 5.67km / 3.52mi
  • Pace: 4:49/km / 7:45/mi
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April 3, 2021

Avoiding Bad Decisions

Sometimes success is just about avoiding failure. At FS, we help people make better decisions without needing to rely on getting lucky. One aspect of decision-making that’s rarely talked about is how to avoid making bad decisions.

Shane Parrish • 661 words • 3 minute read

March 27, 2021

Be More Realistic About the Time You Have

We are master storytellers. We tell ourselves fanciful stories to motivate ourselves to get vast amounts of work done in small amounts of time. We jot down task after task after task, sure that we can complete them all within a standard workday. And yet, at the end of the day, we’re stunned to find that work remains unfinished and we have to dash to the finish line.

Harvard Business Review • 1,286 words • 6 minute read

March 21, 2021

All These Worlds Are Yours

If you’ll indulge me, I’d like to begin with some shameless nostalgia. Let’s step back a decade, to the heyday of techno-utopia. Back in 2010, the mobile revolution had reached full pace. The whole world, and all its information, were just a tap away. Social media meant we could connect with people in ways we’d never dreamt of: whoever you were, you could find thousands of like-minded people across the globe, and they were all in your pocket every day.

Cennydd Bowles • 1,865 words • 8 minute read

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