"Office politics aren’t just bringing your company culture down—these same politics are also losing your company money."
"We assume that this will be a century of technology. But if the competition in tech moves to this new battlefield, the edge will go to those institutions that can effectively employ imagination, metaphor, and most of all, storytelling. And not just creative writing, but every discipline in the humanities, from the classics to rhetoric to philosophy. Twenty-first-century storytelling: multimedia, mass customizable, portable and scalable, drawing upon the myths and archetypes of the ancient world, on ethics, and upon a deep understanding of human nature and even religious faith."
The world has a challenge on its hands: As people rise out of poverty, their energy consumption rises, too, putting pressure on everyone around the globe to offer game-changing solutions to the greenhouse-gas crisis. These folks are meeting the task. Read more>
Tiqqun, Introduction to Civil War, p. 158
Semiotext(e), Los Angeles 2010
Hmmmmmm. This office find is a keeper #futureofficeanticsammo
Ed Catmull, President of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios at Innovation Uncensored.
The offline world is gradually becoming connected with the web, and we’ve already seen apps such as Grafetee let users ‘bookmark’ physical locations. Created by Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake, Findery now helps to link stories with real-world locations through geotagged ‘notes’ that can be left for online explorers to discover. READ MORE…
"You’re not a true startup unless you flirt with death every few months."