On this page, I collect links that have made me think for a moment
FC gives an excerpt of a new book by Jeff Phillips on managing innovation. This fits into our thinking about more efficient use of shared space.
Bloomsbury Life talks about why one makes a big change to recapture self
An update on Project Icarus - a long, long term research project to figure out how to take man to another star.
Remembering Barney Rosset - Grove Press as a platform
A great line - great i a process . about Jeremy Linn and NBA basketball
Github’s approach to making open source more open
Institutionalizing innovation - the bell labs model
Prince Charles on sustainable agriculture
The Economist on older entrepreneurs - combining two complex fields of expertise
Quantum Computing comes a step closer
international finance - why the institutional mess? Too small to lead?
keepers of the flame and such nonsense
how good are you at talent development?
Noam Scheiber looks at the Obamatrons
Who is learning faster? Smartphones pull innovation forward in PC and laptop markets
FC on the relationship between strategy and culture
Roth and the wrong way we went. Struggling to maintain a self that is unsustainable
Wired, on personal clouds, calendars and our expanding use of networks
some very cool photo images from Atlantic
Jim Fallows on the folly of assuming the worst about Iranian nukes
FC on succeeding by connecting to growth industries and finding the right boss.
The Economist on size versus barriers to growth’
the poetry of memory? from bloomsbury life
Tablet wars -ö with Apple in the drive4r seat
organic power generation - from waste water.
dairy farming and the 1%
gm and resisting change Megan McCardle
smart phones and stupid people Schumpeter
want to write better? John Steinbeck can help
Meanwhile a film about Sarah Palin. BI and five moments.
writing and speaking - paul graham on why writing is more useful
Mark Bittman on when a calorie is a calorie
homesickness and the illusion of connection
using the absurd as a storyline in the Daily Show
Atlantic on Wegmans
Jonah Lehrer has a new book on creativity - this interview helps us to see its value
electric car market teeters NYT
confidence affects performance - larger images
theft as the wrong paradigm for downloading
Rachel Maddow’s book Drift - on US and war powers
brain patterns - highway mapping from wired
noam chomsky interviewed by charlie rose
noam chomsky on obama - a conference with a question/answer session and a bit about Vietnam
The level of responsiveness with trunk club - catch that wave
Finally, you might check out how Ideo. FC reports.
and from Atlantic Magazine’