Review: The dark side of technology’s disruption – USA Today
Lanier explains that in the pre-digital era, when new “disruptive” technology destroyed jobs, new ones eventually took their place.
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Is the internet reducing us to tribes of attention-seeking, short attention span children? No. But the decisions we make on how we use the internet might be… (Is the internet infantalising us – or is that just an excuse for poor choices?
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Form, storm, perform, mourn is it often in projects. And productive friction keeps organizations, professionals and persons sharp. So true, as one experiences every dat
Companies and projects focusing on large-scale collaboration might want to start thinking about collaboration in a new way. Clay Shirky, author of LinuxCon North America 2011 with a contrarian look at collaboration. While many treat collaboration as a “love fest” or harmonious interaction, Shirky put forward the idea that productive methods of fighting are the most successful, particularly in open source. closed out the second day of
- Cognitive Surplus by Clay Shirky – review (guardian.co.uk)
- Video: Clay Shirky at Google Talks (mediafuturist.com)
- Aha, it looks so good: Cognitive surpluss (Clay Shirky’s latest book) (serve4impact.com)