Ideas, Experts and Data
Here are some observations and insights that were shared on social media this past fortnight. I call these Friday’s Finds.
“We don’t see something until we have the right metaphor to let us perceive it.” – Thomas Kuhn – via @tobiasmeyer
“Humans require the difficult and messy social routing protocol of trust.” – Valdis Krebs @orgnet – via @voinonen
“What if sucessful projects having a plan is just survivior bias?” – @drunkcod
Half-baked ideas – by @kmpinner #PKMastery
Way cool network science.
This is a way of modeling and making sense of our world, even if it’s not a perfectly accurate way of constructing our social and environmental worlds. Now, to put these techniques into practice and study, to see if we can govern and manage our world more effectively with this metaphor.
Tags: complex adaptive systems, Complex systems, complexity, complexity science, economics, economy, environment, Environmentalism, evidence based governance, goverance, governing, government, graphs, metaphor, model, Network, network science, network theory, Networks, science, society, study
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- Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong – YouTube September 3, 2015
- Priorities, Strategies, Consumption Patterns, and Definitions of Success August 30, 2015
- We Are Buddha July 5, 2015
- Of Ants and Humans July 5, 2015
- Evidence-Based Policy-Making July 4, 2015