Sitting by the crossroads of humanity and technology, past and future, and watching it all go by

What you’ll get

Every Sunday evening you’ll receive a short article that takes a look at familiar idea from a different perspectives.

Irregular ideas so far

A brief history and future of moving fast and breaking things

Are you a digital native or a digital immigrant?

On the duty of system disobedience

Lots of info, loosely held

The Great Reset is coming

The ultimate split

In search of the perfect potato

Digital you

Stop solving problems

Knowledge is power. Information isn’t.

No single source of truth

Expanding on the future of education

What happens when we stop telling stories?

Becoming a virtual citizen

When future shock is the norm

The balancing of big tech

Do you have a choice?

Are we getting worse at solving problems?

Our systems treat us as objects

Will we need leaders in the future?

Why would we want a more equal society?

Why digital transformation won’t solve the productivity paradox

The coordination problem

Who wins the space race?

Do we really need rules?

Are we alone?

Climate change is the wrong ecological disaster to focus on

Don’t let machines make decisions

The clock ticks down to doomsday

A Homo sapien’s guide to coexistence

Red flags and the abdication of responsibility

All things change at their own pace

We cannot make decisions rationally

Attention grabbing is an ethical choice

Dirty Dancing is the greatest movie of all time

Epictetus was wrong about control

The future of sabotaging work

The future is never finished

Your attention isn’t yours

There are three types of dog owner

Pessimists create revolutions

Our first ideas are the worst

Life is an outlier

The switch was humanity’s best and worst invention

Drastic change is more probable than we realise

The better is the enemy of the good

Enforcing organisational values is a fascist goal

Inequality and the unequal distribution of wealth is inevitable

Kitchens can tell us a lot about the digital transformation of organisations

Changing the way we change

Join a memeplex to spread ideas

More people will become creators

Opposing opinions can coexist

Creating coherence in complexity

Switching off multiplayer mode

Human-centred design has had it’s day

Virtual worlds need real directions

Rate of surprise is an indicator of uncertainty

Small steps are better than big steps

Employment will be liquefied

Digital skills are life skills