Sat.May 18, 2019 - Fri.May 24, 2019

Martin Burns RIP

Dave Snowden

On the 11th of March this year I sat down for a meal at the Bridge Inn in Ratho (top picture) near Edinburgh with Martin and Lucy Burns along with Simon Wardley. It was the end of an enjoyable three days. Wales had beaten Scotland (just) to stay on course for the Grand Slam and I was there.

Three Chaotic podcasts

David Weinberger

My book Everyday Chaos launched last week. As part of the launch, I gave some talks and interviews. Here are three of the conversations, three three great interviewers: Leonard Lopate, WBAI Hidden Forces podcast Berkman Klein book talk, and conversation with Joi Ito


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status update on society

Harold Jarche

Many of the changes we face today are similar to a time when a new communications technology came along and changed the face of Europe — print. The Protestant Reformation saw the rise of religious wars, which were later followed by the scientific revolution and the Enlightenment.

A Novel Method for Measuring the Value of Free Digital Services

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Gross domestic product (GDP) is the basic measure of a country’s overall economic output, based on the market value of all the goods and services the country produces. Most measures of economic performance used by government officials to inform their policies and decisions are based on GDP figures.

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A&W Chose Purpose. I Chose It For Dinner.

Dan Pontefract

You're reading fresh content from Dan Pontefract at Brave New Org: You probably eat fast food. Many people do so daily. According to a CDC report, almost 40% of Americans consume fast food on a daily basis. Dan's Related Posts: My Long Weekend Of Hope And Inspiration. What I Learned From My Daughter About Decision Making. Technology Was Supposed To Save Us. It Hasn’t. The Lost Trust Of Millennials With Big Business. Can We Truly Be Happy At Work? Thanks for reading.

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Packaging change

Clark Quinn

I’ve been looking at a couple of things, with a goal is to look for the sweet spot at the intersection. I’m looking at my missions, interests, and what’s resonating. And, I find, that they’re converging into a few things.

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test. please ignore

David Weinberger

this is a test


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Dan Pontefract May 2019 Playlist (for the 80’s weirdos)

Dan Pontefract

You're reading fresh content from Dan Pontefract at Brave New Org: I was 8 years old when the 1980s started and I was 18 when they ended. To say I was a child of the 80s. Dan's Related Posts: Dan Pontefract April 2019 Playlist (for the weirdos). Dan Pontefract February 2019 Playlist (for the lovers). Dan Pontefract March 2019 Playlist (for Claire and Cate). Dan Pontefract April 2018 Playlist. Dan Pontefract January 2019 Playlist (homage to Peaky Blinders). Thanks for reading.

New reality

Clark Quinn

I’ve been looking into ‘realities’ (AR/VR/MR) for the upcoming Realities 360 conference (yes, I’ll be speaking). And I found an interesting model that’s new to me, and of course prompts some thoughts. For one, there’s a new reality that I hadn’t heard of!

What fundraisers Need To Know About Next Era of Digital Technology

Beth Kanter

Credit: Festival del Fundraising.

All you need is.

Euen Semple

Over the past few weeks I have had the privilege to be amongst Chinese families, indigenous Australian families, even half a village worth of Turkish families on the flight from Melbourne to Doha. All bantering amongst themselves, telling jokes, smiling at each other. Pretty much the same behaviours the world over.


3 Tips for Modernizing Your Online Learning Program from a Successful Example


Online learning isn’t new. It’s been around for years, and chances are your business, association, or nonprofit has already jumped on the bandwagon eLearning bandwagon to reduce costs and improve training. LMS Online Training LMS Online Learning

3 LMS Features That Help Small L&D Teams Train Large Learner Bases


Just 35 percent of small L&D teams use a learning management system to train learners, in comparison to 56 percent of larger training teams.¹