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Peter Vander Auwera - Issue #66

Extended version of Petervan's Delicacies. Happy New Year to all of you. It has been almost a month s

Petervan's Delicacies

January 8 · Issue #66 · View online
Articles/posts that for some reason created a spark in my memory. A short 5-item version every week on my blog: Enjoy!

Extended version of Petervan’s Delicacies. Happy New Year to all of you. It has been almost a month since the previous “Delicacies”. That is because I am very focused on Petervan Productions. And focus means saying “no” to a lot of invitations and distractions. More on that soon.

The very best
I wasn’t expecting that
How Marketers Get You to Buy New Stuff - The Atlantic
The Computational Condition
The End of Cloud Computing – Andreessen Horowitz
Hacking the Attention Economy
From Fordism to Googlism | ROUGH TYPE
Let’s Not Surrender Romance to Trumpism and Silicon Valley
The Cloud Wars of 2017 – Simone Brunozzi – Medium
Forget the cloud — it’s all about “the edge” | The Outline
Leonardo Da Vinci's To Do List (Circa 1490) Is Much Cooler Than Yours | Open CultureLeonardo Da Vinci's To Do List (Circa 1490) Is Much Cooler Than Yours
“Reclaiming Utopia” | Public Seminar
The Internet Is Broken. Here’s How I’d Fix It – Walter Isaacson – Medium
Meta-Skills, Macro-Laws, and the Power of Constraints
The Best Reads on Platforms of 2016 – Stories of Platform Design
The Challenge of Arendtian Action
Data and Society
Cognitive Easing: Human Identity Crisis in a World of Technology
Why bullshit is no laughing matter | Aeon Ideas
Thinking lazily about notifications and alerts – confused of calcutta
TED@UPS: What if Everyone in the World Had an Address? | Longitudes
With every answer, search reshapes our worldview | Digital Trends
Infographic: How Much Is Your Personal Data Worth?
Who will we be in a digital world? UBS launches white paper on Digital Identity | UBS Innovation
The Guardian’s Summary of Julian Assange’s Interview Went Viral and Was Completely False
The Turing Guide: Last words on an enigmatic codebreaker? | New Scientist
Do the Hustle - The New Yorker
Mattel Is Building An Alexa For Kids | Co.Design | business + design
2017’s big ideas – part one: from driverless cars to interstellar travel | News | The Guardian
designboom predicts: voice control reaches human level
What the world will be like in 2045, according to top scientists - Business Insider
Lunch with the FT: Marc Andreessen – Financial Times
A Timeline of Future Technologies 2019-2055 | What's The Big Data?
The night watchman - The Long and Short
Innovation in Large Organizations; Like Mixing Oil and Water
The Pixar Way
Google Makes So Much Money, It Never Had to Worry About Financial Discipline - Bloomberg
Dancing With Change | Psychology Today
Stop Brainstorming and Start Sprinting – GV Library
Agile, Dual Innovation and Process Model Innovation: Where to lay your bets - Hack And Craft News : Hack And Craft News
Amazon’s Flying Warehouse Idea Isn’t Even Its Biggest Challenge | The Huffington Post
How to Sabotage Your Digital Initiative | Cloud Computing on Ulitzer
Make Your Strategy More Agile
The most disruptive phase of globalization is just beginning, according to economist Richard Baldwin — Quartz
Future of work
Art Thinking or The Importance of Inventing Point B
Cloud Jobs API | Job Search API  |  Google Cloud Platform
On Digital Minimalism - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
The Calm Company (our next book) – Signal v. Noise
Why isn't Holacracy working at Zappos? — Quartz
Inside Amazon's clickworker platform: How half a million people are being paid pennies to train AI - TechRepublic
In the Uncanny Valley of Industry 4.0 – IncuBus Future of Work – Medium
2017: Workers' Revolt in Sight? — We Need Social
Spectacle, Speculation, Spam on Vimeo
Solitary Socialite | Derek Sivers
Internet Culture
Ted Nelson: the only one around who's sane - The Web Science Trust
Fraud in Silicon Valley: Startups Show Their Unethical Underside
On the Antiscientific Fetishization of Tech Founders
“Simple banks” across the world raised $269M – Slava Solodkiy – Medium
Inside Hyperledger's High-Stakes Game of Blockchain Marbles - CoinDesk
Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent and Their New Online Banks | FinTech Ranking
Ripple 2016: A Year in Review | Ripple
Bussmann Advisory | FinTech Industry Research Papers
88 International Startup Accelerators, Incubators & Innovation Labs Nurturing Innovators in Financial Services | Let's Talk Payments
Why Santander and HSBC invest in Tradeshift: Interview with Christian Lanng - Business Insider
Outlier Ventures » 10 Predictions for the Blockchain Industry in 2017
The Absolute Ultimate Guide of Who’s Who in FinTech (Reloaded)
AI, Robots, Algorythms
‘I am utterly disgusted’: Legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki takes AI down a peg - Recode
Who Will Protect Artificial Intelligence From Humanity? | Co.Exist | ideas + impact
AI, the bubble bursts in 2017 | The Huffington Post
Meet the first humans to sense where north is | Technology | The Guardian
How Long Before AI Systems Are Hacked in Creative New Ways?
IEEE puts out a first draft guide for how tech can achieve ethical AI design | TechCrunch
McKinsey's 2016 Analytics Study Defines The Future Of Machine Learning
Post Capitalism
Inequality and Skin in the Game – Nassim Nicholas Taleb – Medium
How to Survive Autocracy – umair haque
2017—Trump—Are We Ready To Rise? | The Huffington Post
Art related
Museums, startups and accelerators… oh, my! | TechCrunch
Paul Klee’s Personal Notebooks
BBC - Culture - Your nine favourite works by Gustav Klimt
Art In the Age of Obsolescence – MoMA
Philip Glass on controlling your output and getting paid for what you make – The Creative Independent
Flaunt Magazine | People: Brian Eno
Go Wet, Young Man - Bloomberg View
Genomics and me - The Long and Short
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