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“Sustainability is like teenage sex… everyone says they’re doing it, but no one really is.” Enter Open State – an loose-knit organization of designers, scientists, engineers, marketers and a half dozen other disciplines in between.
The cultural creatives segment grew out of the 60’s cultural revolution, which broke off from the dominant Modern/Traditionalist groups that had reached an even 50/50 split by the end of World War Two.
The “Third Industrial Revolution” (in which diminishing costs will hit the transportation, production and energy sectors) is coming. The cultural creatives are getting busy.
At first glance, maybe jaded cynicism. Possibly guarded optimism and longing. All these feelings and more. While it’s usually sound advice, in this instance however, feel free to judge this book by its cover.
“I know hedge fund managers all over the world are buying airstrips and farms in places like New Zealand because they think they need a getaway.” Quick exit for the super rich?
A diatribe against Google – from user spying to Julian Assange to recent revelations that a major line has been crossed — they’ve now become a defense contractor.
The headline flickered somewhere across my screen – “How the 1 percent is hijacking mindfulness.” Hmmm, scarrrry. When I first heard that Jon Kabat-Zinn was doing mindfulness courses at Google…
The digital natives are restless. Increasingly worried about the growing powers of the digital Pharaoh and annoyed at the nature of the cluttered content stream… why I’m leaving Facebook.
A world of real connection, free of this strange form of attention slavery – our addiction to the scroll and scan. Prince Ea will inspire you to reconnect.