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Links 1 through 10 of 550 Johnnie Moore's Bookmarks

The value of putting up with aloneness. via Andrew Sullivan's blog.

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Perceptive article by Matt Stoller: "They are asserting, together, to each other and to themselves, “we matter”.

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"If the form of this movement is mind boggling, don’t ask the protesters to change for you. You will never understand it unless you change your way of thinking about how we create solution."

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Andrew Sullivan pulls together two articles on the pitfalls of performance pay

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Got to agree with Euan on the dangers of moralising

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"Greed bordering on the grotesque has been allowed to rule the game here, and the primary beneficiaries of this 40-year long "war" are pharmaceutical companies and the tremendously profitable cancer industry as a whole, including so-called "non-profit" organizations like the American Cancer Society." If this is right, pretty shocking.

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Community led development trumps iconic architecture. Beware "starchitects". "Take Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, which succeeds spectacularly as an iconic structure, but fails miserably as a public space. Contrast that to Balboa Park in San Diego, which gets 10 million visitors per year without any trendy buildings or fancy design gimmicks. It's just a great park that offers people the activities and amenities they actually want." via Andrew Sullivan's blog

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The establishment protects itself, pretending to be looking after the little guy.

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Tim Kastelle suggests that "innovation" can be a threatening idea for lots of people. It's worth thinking about the language we use in pursuit of what we want. Some folks respond better to the idea of finding ways to bridge gaps between what we're doing and what we want.

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"What we lack is not employment, but a way of fairly distributing the bounty we have generated through our technologies, and a way of creating meaning in a world that has already produced far too much stuff." via @hjarche

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