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Regular as clockwork: the best things It’s Nice That has seen on the web this week

Kanye’s in debt, what you gonna do? Are apps replacing IRL people therapy? Who knows? The internet does, that’s who – read on for more of the best things we’ve seen on the internet this chilly February week.

New York Magazine looks at how mental health apps are changing therapy. (Alex H)

This Daft Punk doc is great apart from the extended bit about THE COACHELLA GIG. The MOST IMPORTANT GIG OF ALL TIME. (Charlie and Julian)

The New York Times discusses what it’s really like to work in Hollywood if you’re not a straight white man, by speaking in-depth to 27 industry players to reveal the stories behind the alarming statistics. There’s snippets from America Ferrera, Julia Roberts, Hari Nef and many others. (Beccy)

Enjoying Trapped on iPlayer at the moment. Icelandic thriller stuff. (Karl)

I could listen to George Lois speak just for his accent alone but he gives some interesting insight into his career as well on The Stack. (Will)

Beautiful, bonkers Björk goes behind the scenes of her Black Lake film over on The Creators Project. (Emily)

Help Kenya, Not Kanye. (Jamie)

The Great Discontent speaks to designer and writer Rob Giampietro, the creative lead at Google Design NY. (Beccy)