The Slow Web
Real-time interactions happen as they happen. Timely ones, on the other hand, happen as you need them to happen yes! This post captures a lot of what I’ve been feeling lately. Tons of little brain frissons happening. Timely information to me is thoughtful. I want to make a web that’s more thoughtful and thought-producing. jackcheng: One of the better spots to enjoy a bowl of...
Influence is not just marketing. It’s about expanding the gaps between...– Yes! I like the idea of creating space around what already exists, to make way for the new.
The fatal misconception behind brainstorming is that there is a particular...– I really liked this article from Jonah Lehrer, too… looking forward to reading his new book. Brainstorming Doesn : The New Yorker (via jamesgross)
A Murder Foretold : Unravelling the ultimate... →
gross: Think this is the best New Yorker story I’ve ever read. This has to become a Wire-like TV series. Yes! I just started this last night, popping an old New Yorker off the stack. Best is strong, my favorite is William Finnegan’s portrait of Doc Renneker and Ocean Beach