Continuous Partial Attention:Be a live Node on the Network - Linda Stone
Data Mining Moves toHuman ResourcesMarch 12, 2009, 5:00PM EST And the others?"On a relative scale, THEY dont add a hell of a lot," - Elizabeth Charnock, Cataphora
Real CHANGE starts at the FRINGE The first thing I do is go where other people aren’t. – Esther Dyson“ Exactly who are THEY?
[Chemistry] problem is almost never solved by another chemist. Instead it’s solved by a molecular biologist, by a biophysicist, by someone who knows enough to understand the terms of thequestion but doesnt know so much that they run into the exact same stumbling blocks – Jonah Lehrer on InnoCentive
If somehow the facts here set forth do not rely upon telepathy but upon some unconscious hypnoticinfluence from person to person, this also would be of highpsychological interest. -Albert Einstein, -Preface to Upton Sinclair’s Mental Radio
The future…I believe in serendipity, and in the strengthof weak ties. I connect with people fromdifferent fields and different places andalways use pattern recognition andperipheral vision to spot opportunities inunlikely places. - Joi Ito
Excitement Overwhelm Performance Eustress Distress Boredom Depression Stress The opposite of depression is not happiness, but vitality – Andrew SolomonRobert M. Yerkes and John D. Dodson, 1908
TOMMORROWStop trying to manage change and keep your head above water… Get a boat!
promote [pruh-moht] –verb1. to help or encourage to exist or flourish.2. to advance in rank, dignity, position, etc.3. to put ahead to the next higher stage.4. to encourage sales, acceptance, etc., especially through advertising or publicity.5. to obtain by cunning or trickery; wangle. - adapted from dictionary.com
promote [pruh-moht] –verb• Your team.• Yourself.• Great ideas.• Resume-worthy projects.• Change! EVERY DAY!
The future…is already here; it’s just not evenly distributed. - William Gibson patternhunter.com twitter.com: patternhunter google+: patternhunter gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org pretty much anything: patternhunter
Bio:Sean Kearney is the owner of Patternhunter Inc., a Colorado-based consulting firmspecializing in innovative approaches to human performance technologies, socialnetworks, predictive analytics and cooperation science.Seans work has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, RockyMountain News and Computer World and clients include AT&T, Best Buy, IBM, TimeWarner Cable, and the US Army.An avid blogger since 2000, Sean edits Node Magazine which University College Londonprofessor / Guardian literary critic John Sutherland calls “the future of literary criticism”and scifi legend William Gibson describes as “cheap A.I.”