Four For Friday (24)

This week, it is all about technology and culture. Culture, to me, is a catch-all term for how we think, feel, live, behave, interact and grow (or indeed retrograde). Technology is but science in action, and co-evolves with culture. In which, Sebastian Normandin explores the allure of pseudoscience — man’s search, sometimes desperate, for meaning: […]

Four For Friday (3)

This occasional series appears when the week’s readings have been good and should be shared. The themes are strategy, technology, investment and regulation, but sometimes they just cannot be separated. Gaping Void’s Hugh McLeod has 10 questions for Seth Godin. Seth in my estimation is one of the rare, fluff-free marketers out there. Om Malik […]

Four for Friday (2)

This occasional series appears when the week’s readings have been too good not to share. Problogger calls this “reader evangelism“. The themes are strategy, technology, investment and regulation, but sometimes they just cannot be separated. ReadWriteWeb has a fascinating series on how religious organisations are using web technology with articles focusing on Christianity, Judaism and Islam. […]

Four for Friday

This will be an occasional series when the week’s readings have been too good not to share. The themes will be strategy, technology, investment and regulation, but in most cases, these are so intertwined that they cannot be separated. Dharmesh Shah summarises Seth Godin’s start-up insights; for those, who have not met Dharmesh, he is […]