When the paper version of Social Era came out recently, I never did share the news. I might have been traveling. I might have been avoiding that dreaded-self-promotion thing. I might have just wanted to not bother you. But I keep getting little notes asking … so let me do a fuller note. Social Era More
Designed for people, not some theoretical “market”, to thrive.
Each of us comes from somewhere. For Jack Dorsey, he used to walk around his home city of St. Louis. That led to him collecting maps so he could visually understand the world. This led to him buying his first computer in 1985 and then learning to code so he could draw a visual map. More
All his life, he hated brushing his teeth. Getting toothpaste onto a toothbrush can be messy if your fine motor skills are still developing. And, of course, even though you know you’re supposed to replace a toothbrush every three months, who really keeps track of that? So, Houston Diaz decided to invent a solution. And More
My friend, Professor Terri Griffith sent this Yelp Review of Acme Bakery tonight because the review takes a side trip through REI… Check it out: This is a delightful tiny, but busy bakery. Everyone in town either knows first-hand how good the bread is or has been tipped off by Yelp. I was visiting from More
Just realized that I never shared with you an article that was commissioned for, and published in the March 2013 issue of Wired (physical) magazine. Language encodes our thinking. To write a new future, we need to use a new language. Let’s stop focusing on the overly narrow term “social media”. Let’s simply be social. More
Just earlier this week, I met a fascinating entrepreneur building a desk that you can love — because it helps you to stand more, and optimizes for your health and thriving (while you do work). He’s one of the designers of the iPod and iPad so he wants that kind of design thinking into your More