Posts Tagged ‘book’

Pinboard bookmarks for December 28th

Pinboard links for December 28th, syndicated automagically: Information Diet | Home – Healthy information consumption habits are about more than productivity and efficiency. They're about your personal health, and the health of society. Just as junk food can lead to obesity, junk information can lead to new forms of ignorance. The Information Diet provides a […]

Pinboard bookmarks for October 30th

Pinboard links for October 30th, syndicated automagically: Moving the Economy: The Future of the Maker Movement – Forbes – I’m motivated and moved by the idea, the belief – that the people who invent and build and make things have the power to change the world. People who “remix” something or hack a better way. […]

All nice review of Business Model Innovation book aka Visualization for Conceptual Hole Detection

Nice review of Alex’ book, snip: […] It’s that book that will give you the holes in your business planning. It’s that book that tells you that you could really use a bit more work in ___ department. It’s a great opportunity to see visual thinking applied to a real business challenge. And it’s so […]

User Experience and Usability reader

As if there wasn’t enough to read and digest already 😉 UX Storytellers

What Technology Wants

This provocative book introduces a brand-new view of technology. It suggests that technology as a whole is not as a jumble of wires and metal but a living, evolving organism that has its own unconscious needs and tendencies. Kelly looks out through the eyes of this global technological system to discover “what it wants.” Kelly […]

Change by Design and the Design of Business

via This is a short and lively review, Chris Brogan does it in just about a minute – recommending Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation by Tim Brown. Don’t know if I should do it that short with my own review of Roger Martin’s “The Design of Business” – […]

Neal Stephenson @ Google

I am reading Cryptonomicon in my little spare time currently, so this video of Neal Stephenson speaking at Google is interesting (via Moonwatcher):