Archive for May, 2011
Ross Dawson: You can only see the future from a global perspective – and the word “futurist” is just fine, by the way.
Eric Garland posted this podcast interview with TFA Partner Ross Dawson: “Sure Ross Dawson is a futurist and lives in Sydney, New South Wales – but don’t call him an “Australian futurist.” In his view, future-focused mindsets had best not get hung up on terms
Maintaining human values in a time of growing complexity | SMLXL – Business and Communication Innovation from Alan Moore
Link: Maintaining human values in a time of growing complexity | SMLXL – Business and Communication Innovation from Alan Moore It seems in a short time we have gone from a linear world (simple) to a non-linear world (complex), In the Techno-Human Condition Braden Allenby
From “Only Dead Fish” by TFA Partner Neil Perkin’s blog: “I’ve been doing a bit of teaching to a Masters class in Digital Marketing recently. Some of the work that has been originated by the class around digital business models has been something of an
Social Selling Software – InsideView.com
nickbishop: Not fit for purpose: Facebook is unsuited to supporting social activism. The company has no interest in preventing authoritarian regimes from data mining the network and of keeping safe the people who organise activist movements. We need, says Cory Doctorow in this interview with The Guardian,