Transduction - leading transformation - Issue #12

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Benjamin P Taylor
Benjamin P Taylor
I have ‘gone long’ this week; since Revue doesn’t (as advertised/promised) pull through all my Twitter feed, I’ve gone through manually. See this as a ‘sunday supplement’, rich reading for your brunch? Maybe…
Feedback very welcome!

Top phive of the week
Benjamin P. Taylor on LinkedIn: Australasian Change Days - join us!
public | service | transformation
Conservative Friends of Cycling on Twitter
createstreets on Twitter "
Environmental and social justice, ethics in public life
"Fun fact: These lists only started being published after the 2012 sting on Peter Cruddas Or should I say, since February 2021, Tory peer Lord Cruddas… https://t.co/ydOXz3ylvF"
Phil Jones on Twitter
Dr Phil Hammond 💙 on Twitter
Paul Burston 💙 on Twitter: "Another gay man physically attacked - this time in a park in Tower Hamlets, beaten to death. Those of us old enough to have lived and fought through the 80s could be forgiven for thinking that times like these were behind us. What the hell is going on?"
Richard D. Bartlett on Twitter: "this seems incredibly important to understand… "
Ronald Brownstein on Twitter
Rebecca Cave
systems | complexity | cybernetics
OU 50th STiP Seminar: On Being a System within Systems with Tyson Yunkaporta, Tue 7 Sep 2021 at 12:00 UK time
Boundary critique and its implications for conflict prevention | Midgley and Pinzon (20110) | Systems Community of Inquiry
So You Think That There is a Mind-Independent Physical Reality...
Organisational development / transformation
More brain food
How to Deal With Your Childhood Trauma As an Adult
Blind mice use echolocation
Metaphors of Change
Why some of the smartest people can be so very stupid | Psyche Ideas
The Unrepeatable Architectural Moment of Yugoslavia’s “Concrete Utopia” | The New Yorker
Interlude
Sam on Twitter
The Blue Nile - Peace At Last Promo (1996)
Ryuichi Sakamoto  / Relâche
Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown
Mark Goes Dancing at Rainbow Rhythms | Peep Show
The Fall - A Day In The Life
Hit songs rely on increasing “harmonic surprise” to hook listeners, study finds | Ars Technica
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