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November 26 · Issue #83 · 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!

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The very best
From inboxing to thought showers: how business bullshit took over | News | The Guardian
Liminal Leadership | Kosmos Journal
John Waters Doesn’t Need To Make Movies To Make Trouble
Minister of the Future | CCCB LAB
Crafting Corporate Narratives: Zoom Out, Zoom In - CMO Today. - WSJ
The Precarious Individual. Cultural Workers in the Digital Era | CCCB LAB
Data and Society
Coalition could allow firms to buy access to facial recognition data | Technology | The Guardian
Who Filters Your News? Why we built gobo.social – MIT MEDIA LAB – Medium
Zeitgeist
Chinese bike share graveyard a monument to industry's 'arrogance' | World news | The Guardian
Innovation
IKEA's SPACE10 Future-Living Lab is Researching the Future of "Co-Living" | ArchDaily
Idea Diversity: Key to Building a Culture of Innovation - Spigit
What I learned at the biggest entrepreneurship conference… | Nexxworks
The Woodworker Who Quit Email - Study Hacks - Cal Newport
Apple scientists disclose self-driving car research | Reuters
More innovation needed from top tech companies
Design For Ecosystems: Discovering Potential and Testing Assumptions
03: Imaginaries Lab / Design with Intent, Winter 2017
Future of work
The new kernel of on-demand work – From the WTF? Economy to the Next Economy
Dr Leandro Herrero’s Latest Talk | Leandro Herrero
FinTech
Things to Look Forward to at Token Summit SF – The Control
Hilarious parody ICO raises funds to make Ethereum's founder buff AF
Standard Chartered, Axis Launch Payments Service With Ripple Tech - CoinDesk
Revolut now has a million customers for its banking alternative | TechCrunch
AI, Robots, Algorythms
The Next User You Design For Won’t Be A Human
Post Capitalism
The Occupy Movement 2.0 or How to Create a Post-Capitalist Entrepreneurship
Art related
The 1991 Tokyo Museum Exhibition That Was Only Accessible by Telephone, Fax & Modem: Features Works by Laurie Anderson, John Cage, William S. Burroughs, J.G. Ballard & Merce Cunningham | Open CultureThe 1991 Tokyo Museum Exhibition That Was Only Accessible by Telephone, Fax & Modem: Features Works by Laurie Anderson, John Cage, William S. Burroughs, J.G. Ballard & Merce Cunningham
kit webster sculpts a matrix of light made out of 700,000 LED's
Bill Fontana, Shadow Soundings | Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture
Amanda Palmer on Creativity as Connecting Dots and the Terrifying Joy of Sharing Your Art Online – Brain Pickings
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