I know almost nothing about Information Architecture, but I’ve been thinking a lot about structuring information recently. Here’s the metaphor: Jacques Carelman‘s famous Coffee pot for… Read More »Structure Counts: Information Architecture reading list and who’s who
How do we prepare our kids for the future? There have been places and times where the rate of change has been faster than it… Read More »Education for the future: what do our kids need?
Steve Blank‘s recent post on the Apple Watch (The Apple Watch – Tipping Point for Healthcare) is another great analysis of how technological developments and… Read More »Steve Blank on the Apple Watch and a revolution in healthcare
This is the fifth post in a series applying Seth Godin’s rules of bootstrapping (see also here) to building a non-profit organisation. Build and own an asset that’s difficult for… Read More »Bootstrapping the non-profit organisation Rule 5: Own your Assets
Kevin Kelly has a lot to say about innovation as combination. Here’s a good riff: Most new ideas and new inventions are disjointed ideas merged.… Read More »Hybrids (3): when ideas breed (Kevin Kelly on combinatorial innovation)
New ideas and technologies are often hybrids. Sometimes we take quantum leaps and invent entirely new technologies, but more often they seem to emerge at… Read More »Hybrids (2): combinations and connections (Tim O’Reilly on Combinational Innovation)