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2012/03/13 Tim O’Reilly interviewed by Andrew McAfee, “Creating More Value Than You Capture”, SXSW Interactive

Digest of an interview of @timoreilly by @amcafee below, abstract from schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP100142: One of the great failures of any company – for that matter of a capitalist economy – is ecosystem failure. Great companies build great ecosystems, one in which

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The Art of the Really Long View (MP3 audio) | Peter Schwartz | Dec. 12, 2003 | Long Now Foundation

Better futures, says Peter Schwartz, means creating and having more options for the future, leaving the future better than we found it. [06:50] How do you take the really long view? What do have to do if you really want

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Hugh McGuire, “The Future of Books” (MP3 audio), CBC Spark Plus, 2009/06/08

How will digital technologies impact books? Hugh McGuire … has a long history at the crossroads of book culture and technology. He founded Librivox, a volunteer-based service, which takes public domain books and turns them into audiobooks. He’s also co-founder

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Kevin Kelly, “Believing in the Impossible” (MP3 audio), Web 2.0 Conference, 2008/11/06

What will the Internet of the future be like? It has only been 6,500 days since Tim Berners-Lee created the first ever Web page. In contrast, the achievement of the Web has far outpaced the expectations. Most people only expected

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  • Systemic design agendas in education and design research
    The final publication of the October 2016 Relating Systems Thinking and Design Symposium workshop "Some Future Paths for Design Professionals: DesignX and Systemic Design" was published as “Systemic Design Agendas in Education and Design Research” in FormAkademisk, following 2 years of rewrites, reviews and revisions.
  • A federated wiki site on cPanel
    Federated wiki is deployed on a node.js server, an environment which has become available on some cPanel shared hosting providers. Here are some instructions written while restoring a wiki site originally installed in 2014-2015 on a cloud provider.
  • Artificial intelligence, natural stupidity
    Reading The Undoing Project, by Michael Lewis, reminded me of a PhD course at UBC with Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, before they were recognized as Nobel prize candidates.
  • The impacts of platforms
    Platforms have had only a short history, so much of the research is still definitional, with proposed frameworks.
  • Platforms, an emerging appreciation
    When the term "platform" is used, today, what does that mean?
  • From Flickr to Piwigo
    Migrating of Flickr to a self-hosted Piwigo site took only a few button pushes, to gain practically the same functions that I have been using for 5 years.
  • 2019/01 Moments January 2019
    January in Toronto has lots of intellectual offerings and artistic exhibitions to attract the curious out of warm homes, through cold and snow.
  • 2018/12 Moments December 2018
    Tried to have a normal month, with a busy social calendar of birthdays, a funeral plus Christmas season, while daily temperatures hovered just above freezing.
  • 2018/11 Moments November 2011
    Mentally busy month with a conference coming to town, and maintaining the regular pattern of local meetings, travel around town only by bicycle.
  • 2018/10 Moments October 2018
    October had more bicycling cross-town as fall temperatures declined, plus a 6-day trip to Portland Oregon for pattern language conferences.
  • 2018/09 Moments September 2018
    September in Toronto is a month of festivals and restarting the regular pace of life.
  • 2018/08 Moments August 2018
    Summer with family in Toronto; visiting research friends on a driving loop through the U.S. Midwest
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