RSA Animate explains Steven Johnson's book in a very visual and entertaining way.
A 'hacktivist' group with 'cred' amongst the disaffected - An allegedly 'real life' boogeyman 
 How convenient for ... well now ... I wonder ...
Added by LoL on July 11, 2012 at 22:00 — No Comments
Have you heard about the Cynefin Framework?
Wikipedia definition: http://bit.ly/PPLpVz
YouTube explanation: http://youtu.be/N7oz366X0-8
Dave Snowden's framework aligns very well with Lateral Thinking. As a CognitiveEdge accredited practitioner, I've explored how we apply Serious Creativity techniques when in the Complex Domain. When I first learned about creating "safe-fail" experiment probes, it was…
Added by Gary Wong on July 11, 2012 at 6:13 — No Comments
"Design Competence instead of Political Reform" is an idea stated by Mr. R. Buckminster Fuller in his numerous writings such as "Education Automation" (1962). People can write all the legislation they want about stopping at bright red octagons with the word STOP on them (STOP signs) but there will continue to be accidents at the intersection until an overpass, underpass or cloverleaf is built. This idea was also applied by Mr. Fuller with respect to 'The World Game: How to make the world…Continue
Added by spectramollisol on July 9, 2012 at 19:03 — No Comments
I've been debating whether to up this one for a while because there are flams, double-beats and glitchy impact sounds that sound like the mixing is out 
But, I really can't bring myself to do a different one now: I really hate doing demos - They're exhausting 
So, I'm upping this one as it is - Hope you enjoy it nevertheless : )
 I did eight takes before I realised that…Continue
To encourage the use of Six Thinking Hats, I am the Special Interest Group (SIg) Leader on the 12manage.com website http://bit.ly/N4cYH9.
One of the fun things I do is search for interesting ways of applying 6TH. My latest discovery is over at Slideshare. Upside Learning has posted: How The 6 Thinking Hats Methodology Can Be Applied To Instructional Design.
Check it out: http://bit.ly/LfHHTD