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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at TED on the danger of a single story and how, as she says: “That is how we create a single story: show a people as one thing, as only one thing, over and over again, and … Continue reading
In physics, power is the capacity to do work – like lift a weight or boil water to make steam- work is something that might be exploited in some useful in some way. Human systems are far messier and … Continue reading
I’ve got the power, hey, yeah, hey I’ve got the power, hey, yeah, hey Like the crack of the whip, I snap attack Front to back in this thing called rap Dig it like a shovel, rhyme Devil on a … Continue reading
We like networks. In a network no one of us gets to be in charge of the rest of us. No one of us gives ourselves the job of telling the rest what to do and how to do it. Networks mimic nature instead … Continue reading
The only difference between the sane and the insane is the sane have the power to lock up the insane.
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“…if you are not like everybody else, then you are abnormal, if you are abnormal , then you are sick. These three categories, not being like everybody else, not being normal and being sick are in fact very different but … Continue reading
learned a lot the last two years from Garr Reynolds’ books and his blog about design, communicating and about simplyfing. Perhaps the most valuable of what I learned came from following a link on his blog and discovering this talk by Brene Brown at TEDx Huston. Reynolds … Continue reading