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July 24 · Issue #46 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. A short 5-item version every week on my blog: https://petervan.wordpress.com/ Enjoy!

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies

The very best
Technology-adoption, Wardley-maps and Bimodal-IT | Tom Graves / Tetradian
Envisioning the Hack That Could Take Down NYC -- NYMag
American undergrads are too WEIRD to stand for all humanity | Aeon Essays
Staying Human in the Machine Age: An Interview With Douglas Rushkoff
Masked and Anonymous — Real Life
Cosmopolitanism, It's a Beautiful Thing
Rewarding Disobedience — MIT MEDIA LAB — Medium
A Deficit of Idealism: Tim O’Reilly on the Next Economy — NewCo Shift
Here's What Will Happen When 30 Billion Devices Are Connected To The Internet - GE Reports
The Future of Design (and how to prepare for it) - 99U
Introducing the Systems View of Life into Organisations | Transition Consciousness
Gigaom | Slack invests in ecosystem of bot companies
Data and Society
Oliver Stone links Pokémon Go to totalitarianism during privacy debate | Technology | The Guardian
We are not fish and advertising is not food — Medium
Zeitgeist
Return of the Ship of Fools | New Republic
Lifestyles in the NetSociety
Peter Thiel’s Heroic Political Fantasies - The New York Times
Why Peter Thiel is actually Trump’s enemy | Fusion
Forget Trump: Peter Thiel Is So Dangerous and Fascinating You Have to Watch Him Tonight
4 roads to innovation, by Gijs van Wulfen | Rapid Innovation in digital time
Innovation
A Peek Inside the Moonshot Factory Operating Manual — Medium
Innovate on Purpose: When no one wants to innovate
A New Disruptive Paradigm | Innovation Management
Master Plan, Part Deux | Tesla Motors
Intrapreneurship: Beyond Innovation Theater | Innovation Management
Selective innovation is necessary when resources are finite
Future of work
Don’t Replace People. Augment Them. — What’s The Future of Work? — Medium
Cultural fit = non negotiable + compatible dreams | Leandro Herrero
How the ‘first-in-last-out’ ethic is creating a culture of overwork | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian
Superblocks, Barcelona Answer to Car-Centric City - Cities of The Future
Workplace FOMO is Real, and Getting Worse
Internet Culture
In the future you will own nothing and have access to everything / Boing Boing
FinTech
A Painful Lesson For The Ethereum Community
That Banking Moment — Medium
Crypto 2.0 Musings - Central Bank Digital Cash
Amazon enters into the student loan business in partnership with Wells Fargo | VentureBeat | Commerce | by Reuters
Watch Out London, Amsterdam Is Coming to Get You - Bloomberg
Blockchain is like the internet before the browser - Chris Skinner's blog
SAP and Ripple Collaborate on Cross-Border Payments Trial Using Blockchain Technology | Bitcoin Magazine
Santander InnoVentures MD Mariano Belinky on new $100 million fund, Brexit, and fintech - Business Insider
The Platformification of Banking
Faster Payments: Faster Than What? | Ripple
Faster Than A Speeding Payment: The Race To Real-Time Is Here
Can the funding boom for China Fintech companies persist? - Kapronasia
Blenheim Chalcot's Dan Cobley on fintechs partnering with banks, ClearScore, and Brexit - Business Insider
AI, Robots, Algorythms
Only the privileged fear a robot revolution | TechCrunch
The World Depends on Technology No One Understands
Post Capitalism
The end of capitalism has begun | Books | The Guardian
The Future of Economics Uses the Science of Real-Life Social Networks
Our global institutions are not fit for purpose. It’s time for reform | World Economic Forum
A New Wrinkle in the Gig Economy: Workers Get Most of the Money - The New York Times
Consumerization by Jerry Michalski on Prezi
Art related
Moby: Dancing About Architecture
Other
Why Anthropologists Don’t Whisper Well | CultureBy – Grant McCracken
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