Narratives can be powerful catalysts for movements but they’re not sufficient. Movements really take off when they’re combined with a distinctive form of organization – something that I’ve called creation spaces. Creation spaces help to organize activities in ways that accelerate learning. The basic organizational unit of a creation space is a small group of people who come together and collaborate in ways that help them individually and collectively to achieve higher levels of impact. Through this collaboration, they form deep trust-based relationships within their group because they are sharing their vulnerabilities in a quest to learn from each other. These small groups multiply and take a lot of local initiative – they’re constantly experimenting and improvising in an effort to discover ways to achieve more impact.
The dilemmas facing iconic mass media explored in this article on Time Inc
OMG, there’s been a Center for the Edge sighting on the Playa! Bridging the edge between Burning Man and the rest of the world
a href=”http://www.sunnyskyz.com/blog/410/A-Man-Renovating-His-Home-Discovered-A-Tunnel-To-A-Massive-Underground-City#I6m88Gx7SQ9GC7Ay.01”>A Man Renovating His Home Discovered A Tunnel… To A Massive Underground City
Imagine discovering a mysterious room in your house leading to a vast underground city - this man did!
Positioning your organization and its leaders as catalysts for growth through thought leadership - wisdom from Steve Denning
Attracting a new generation of hackers - Ayah Bdeir makes hacking hardware almost as easy as hacking software
Calling it the “Internet of Things” may be misleading - Stacey Higginbotham highlights the lack of standards that limit the value of all these sensors
The emergence of a mega-spike? Michael S. Malone suggests Silicon Valley 2050 will have a much larger footprint