Rexster’s Creed

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I wrote this a few years ago when I did the Great Brain Debate. At the time there was a strong view that young people were shallow, narrow and disconnected. I didn't, and still don't believe it. I …

I wrote this a few years ago when I did the Great Brain Debate. At the time there was a strong view that young people were shallow, narrow and disconnected. I didn't, and still don't believe it. I thought i would write down what i did believe.

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  • Really nice Pete!
    I immediately had to think of a story by one of our participants at THNK with the title 'Everything is Accelerating'.
    http://www.michellzappa.com/blog/2013/11/10/envisioning-future-cities
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  • 1. Rexster’s Creed I believe open is better than closed I believe in the crowd and the cloud I believe in them not you I believe in self organising not hierarchy I believe transparency drives accountability then authenticity I believe that access to information drives democracy I believe we use technology first for fun, then what matters I believe you should not fear, but embrace and learn I believe that knowledge shared is more powerful than knowledge held I believe that we can mobilise for good like never before I believe that kids are our future I believe they are broad not narrow I believe they are deep not shallow I believe that we can learn from them I believe they can lead our leaders I believe in us