Pearls for your human form.
About Copenhagen’s race to be the first carbon-neutral city.
How technology flatten the rich texture of urban life.
A study of 2.7m startups found the perfect age to start a business is much older than you think.
The biggest lie tech people tell themselves — and the rest of us.
For your brain.
For your heart.
For your soul.
Feed Flipper – a free service which extracts the source #RSS URL from iTunes audio.
Listen to WETA Digital’s first ‘Unsupervised’ podcast.
This free font inspired by climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Time to use your digit and wander the information superhighway.
A year on after the Cambridge Analytica scandal what has been learned, done, not done.
A new study from Harvard just proved that open plan offices are one of the dumbest ideas of all time.
Apparently the hippies have been right about vibrations and consciousness all this time.
This stupendous video essay on what it is to be human within the philosophy of Blade Runner 2049, by Tom van der Linden:
A 90minutes chat between Russell Brand and Douglas Rushkoff:
Men read other men’s deepest secrets by Jubilee Media:
The 35 questions from the Proust Questionnaire which Vanity Fair uses in their interviews.
Nearly 12 hours of Lo Fi Hip Hop for those who need to chill out / study / work.
An emulator for the very first web browser from 1989.
Chronos versus Kairos time and the power of the moon.
The video above will make you an instant fan of the media-mindful-yoda that is Douglas Rushkoff. The revelation (at least to me) that the rhythms and phases of the moon directly correspond with the neurotransmitters in the brain stopped me in my tracks:
1st week of the new moon—Acetylcholine:
associated with new ideas, making friends, and being open minded;
2nd week of the new moon—Serotonin:
all about getting things done, being industrious and reaching conclusions;
3rd week of the moon cycle—Dopamine:
it makes you want to relax and enjoy being with people (not about work or getting things done);
Last week of the cycle—Norepinephrine:
makes you very analytical, organising things and moving above the situation to figure out the structures which underline things.
- what if schools / universities were structured to reflect the above phases?
- How could strategy and ideation departments in organisations / companies utlise this in their R&D production cycles?
- Where can this be applied when you’re timetabling a professional development / capability building piece for a client internally?
Does anyone know if this has been done anywhere?