A time-traveller from 2025 (by @varun_mathur)

A plausible dystopian future after COVID-19 via tweets. Folow the thread… I am a time-traveller from 2025. I lived through the events of 2020 which ruptured the fabric of society as we knew it then. As humans, we adapted, and survived. Here is what my world looks like now. This is my new normal. A [...]

Antropología Digital: de la Cibercultura a la Transformación Digital (by @Antropologia20)

la clave de la antropología digital es el estudio de cómo todo se vuelve rápidamente mundano Orígenes: Antropología Digital: De La Cibercultura a La Transformación Digital (1) Antropología Digital: De La Cibercultura a La Transformación Digital (2) El comienzo de la cibercultura A partir del primer momento de su nacimiento, el internet y/o el “ciberespacio” [...]

We’re not going back to normal – MIT @TechReview

…things won’t go back to normal after a few weeks, or even a few months. Some things never will. Origen: We’re not going back to normal - MIT Technology Review To stop coronavirus we will need to radically change almost everything we do: how we work, exercise, socialize, shop, manage our health, educate our kids, [...]

 2020-2030 – Tendencias para la nueva década ( @AEDtweets )

Tecnología, Sociedad, Organizaciones Origen: 2020-2030 Tendencias para la nueva década (I): tecnología - Asociación Española de Directivos Ciberseguridad Robotización Inteligencia artificial Big Data Mobile Internet Regulación   Origen: 2020-2030 Tendencias para la nueva década (II): sociedad - Asociación Española de Directivos El nuevo consumidor Sostenibilidad y medio ambiente Geopolítica Demografía Movilidad y Smart Cities   [...]

Disney’s secret sauce

“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things. Because we’re curious. And curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt E. Disney Origen: CB insights newsletter – Disney's secret sauce   Curiosity wins Here’s the winning quote. “Around here, however, [...]

Comparing France and US Systems: NYT Opinionators Wear Blinkers (via @gassee )

The Stephens piece was brought to me by a learned friend who also pointed to a December 5th David Brooks opinion piece titled I Was Once a Socialist. Then I Saw How It Worked. Just like his conservative colleague, David Brooks believes in the superiority of the capitalist, free market system and points to the [...]

Amateurs vs. Professionals (also via @samuelgil )

Origen: Farnam Street blog – The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals Why is it that some people seem to be hugely successful and do so much, while the vast majority of us struggle to tread water? The answer is complicated and likely multifaceted. One aspect is mindset—specifically, the difference between amateurs and professionals. Most of us [...]

The Morals That Determine Whether We’re Liberal, Conservative, or Libertarian (@openculture via @aeonmag)

Ditto identifies five broad, universal moral categories, or “pillars,” that predict political thought and behavior: harm reduction fairness loyalty authority/tradition & purity Original: The Morals That Determine Whether We’re Liberal, Conservative, or Libertarian These concerns receive different weighting between self-identified liberals and conservatives in surveys, with liberals valuing harm reduction and fairness highly and generally overlooking [...]

£1 million in new investments, the exciting business of arts & culture –  by @artsculturefin via @Nesta_UK

Nearly £1 million invested across 5 innovative organisations by Arts & Culture Finance latest investment round. Origen: £1 million in new investments - the exciting business of arts & culture | Nesta two insights come to mind: We tend to think of arts & culture in, well, arts & culture terms. We seldom stop to [...]

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