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Experience the %E2%80%98Pataphysical Slot Machine at the Mill Valley Library October. Save Oct 2 %26 spread the word%21%0D%0Ahttp%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FQOeTsAfUA3

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%22The interview concludes with Adam commenting on the latest advancements in reality capture and computing%2C citing the work of the German firm Christofori Und Partner%3B Holograms from Zebra Imaging%3B and a Bay Area firm PhaseSpace augmented reality for mobile phones.%22

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%40brocansky They hid it%2C but the intro chapter is here%3A http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2Fcx0ZZOmqdX

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%22ne of the themes we%E2%80%99re exploring at the Next%3AEconomy summit is the way that networks trump traditional forms of corporate organization%2C and how they are changing traditional ways of managing that organization. Uber and Airbnb are textbook examples of this trend. Uber has ambitious plans to manage hundreds of thousands%E2%80%8A%E2%80%94%E2%80%8Aeventually even millions%E2%80%8A%E2%80%94%E2%80%8Aof independent drivers with a small core of employees building a technology platform that manages those workers. Airbnb is on track to have more rooms on offer than large hotel chains%2C with under a thousand employees.%0A%0AEsko Kilpi beautifully described the power of networks in an essay on Medium%2C %E2%80%9CThe Future of Firms%2C%E2%80%9D reflecting on economist Ronald Coase%E2%80%99s theory of 20th century business organization. He wrote%3A%0A%0A%E2%80%9CThe existence of high transaction costs outside firms led to the emergence of the firm as we know it%2C and management as we know it%E2%80%A6.The reverse side of Coase%E2%80%99s argument is as important%3A If the %28transaction%29 costs of exchanging value in the society at large go down drastically as is happening today%2C the form and logic of economic and organizational entities necessarily need to change%21 The core firm should now be small and agile%2C with a large network.%22

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%22How do we give great presentations%3F %C2%A0In this post I wanted to take readers and speakers to the very first step%2C when we start planning a talk.%0A%0A%22

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%40amyburvall Your looks like it came from a %27pataphysical play http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FckNFxV0lOp

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RT %40DMLResearchHub%3A MT %40ElizabHk%3A %27Social Capital and PLNs%3A Discovering%2C Building%2C and Cultivating Networks...%27 https%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FxFq6appbEz %23PLN

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Painting spiderwebs http%3A%2F%2Ft.co%2FGUoAvEOzLS

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Jerry%27s Brain section on networks

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