• Archive for July, 2010

    The Social Thermometer

    by  • July 19, 2010 • Everything Else • 2 Comments

    In the 1990s if you could get a sales guy, a designer and a programmer to work together for three months, you could get venture funding. It was not always quite that easy, but the money was fast, the skills were rare, and the whole thing felt like that most quintessential American phenomenon – a [...]

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    On growing up in a tribal society

    by  • July 19, 2010 • Personal • 0 Comments

    I came of age in an internet tribe. It was the 1990s. Internet tribalism, loft living and a lot of long haul train travel connected me to an amazing network of some of the smartest, most vivid, most alive people I’d ever met. Creative magic happened, adventures were had, communities were built, lives were changed, [...]

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    The Future We Deserve

    by  • July 18, 2010 • Everything Else • 1 Comment

    The Future We Deserve is a book about the future which I am working on with a group of friends, new and old, mostly from Twitter. The purpose of the book is really simple – it’s to show lots and lots of great perspectives on the future, and to showcase the power of collaboration to [...]

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