Futurbulences

By Pascal Wicht

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👻 Futurbulences - Issue #13

Hi everyone.It’s futurbulence time!From unlearning an engineering worldview, helping Twitter learn how to give people choice in usable ways, remaking our institutional, environmental and cultural contexts, to the need of girls for hangout spots that foster in…

 
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🤖 Futurbulences - Issue #12

Hi everyone.It's futurbulence time!These links are another collection of good reads I’ve put aside since my last newsletter. I have reorganized my reading flow to be able to increase my newsletter publication rate. Let's hope it will work ;)If you like what y…

 
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🎉 Futurbulences - Issue #11

Hi everyone.Here is today’s delivery. I compiled a few good reads below.These resources are a collection of good reads I've put aside since my last newsletter. I hope you enjoy this issue, and as usual, feedback always feels good.If you like what you see, fee…

 
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🍌 Futurbulences - Issue #10

Hi everyone.Here is today's delivery. I compiled a few good reads below.Suppose you're going to take the time to examine all these links later carefully and you feel you need a cool video for now. In that case, I recommend you head over to this video presenti…

 
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💣 Futurbulences - Issue #9

Hi everyone.Here is today's delivery. I compiled a few good reads for the summer. And as usual, feedback is appreciated and feels good. This list is growing, and I am learning what works and what doesn't. For this edition, I tried to curate a very eclectic co…

 
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Futurbulences - Issue #8

Hi everyone.Here is today's delivery.Last month, I wrote about a drop in CO2 of 5%. New measurements have now emerged, showing a global reduction of 17% at the beginning of April. Such levels had last been seen in 2006.Let's make sense of these numbers. At th…

 
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👨🏼‍💻Futurbulences - Issue #7

Hi everyone.Here is today’s delivery.We had a scenario ahead of us. The Coronavirus crisis would trigger a massive decrease in CO2 emissions. However, it's not happening. Indeed, the current planet-wide lockdown seems to have so far only reduced our collectiv…

 
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🖖🏻 Futurbulences - Issue #6

Hi everyone.Here is today’s delivery.After 5 weeks of intense Covid-19 readings, I wanted a little different newsletter. I have however, added the Syllabus below, for a daily quality curation of Covid-19 resources.If you need to select only one content from t…

 
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🌏 Futurbulences 2020 — 04

Hi everyone.Here is today's delivery. Below is a selection of my recent readings. Feel free to reply. Last week's newsletter triggered some interesting conversations. Always happy to discuss. This is again an almost entirely Covid-19 dedicated issue. Expect m…

 
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🌶️ Futurbulences 2020 — 03

The infodemic continues while algorithms are left unchecked, what could go wrong?

 
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Futurbulences 2020 — 02

Here is today's delivery.For this issue, I'm trying to assess what is too much and too little content for a newsletter. Like they say on Youtube: please hit that like button if you enjoyed it and don't forget to subscribe if you've just arrived.In the age of …

 
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Futurbulences 2020 — 01

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