Daily Archives: December 17, 2006

Sunday Open Thread — December 17, 2006

What I’m Planning on Writing About Soon: Reintermediation: Why hollowed-out organizations are impoverished and fragile, and how to fill them out again, in a brave new way. Experience-Based Decision Making: It seems an obvious choice, until you understand why the … Continue reading

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Links for the Week — December 16, 2006: The Generosity and Contemplation Edition

Make Trade Fair (*Sigh* Links for the week are late again…)Creating Community: A brilliant and far-reaching essay by Inspector Lohmann explores why civilization culture deliberately destroys community to sustain its hierarchical control, and how we might re-establish community in spite … Continue reading

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