stephmysmile asked:

dude i really admire your love for hip hop and the fact that you take that and use it so creatively just sent all your research projects to all the people in my life that love hip hop just as much as i do. thank you.


flatted. humbled. oh man. thank you. feedback is also most welcome!

And while I’m no expert in the philosophy of autonomy, it’s very clear that it’s absolutely essential to the development of networks. Without autonomy, networks resist formation, and instead lay dormant in traditional frameworks, like “employees” or “customers”. And it appears that there are two conceptions of autonomy that are worth examining in the workplace: the ability to self-direct work, and the ability to work toward a common, socially accepted good. Both provide a desirable foundation for something that Stowe Boyd mentioned last month – unintended order – and drive engagement. If you’re in charge of your destiny, and you agree on the future you’re building toward, more frequently than not you’ll be engaged in the work of the enterprise.

“Print-only interactive visualization by The Economist”

So fucking sick. The final result:


The douchebag execs at Nike are going to lay off a bunch of the eng team who developed The FuelBand, and other Nike stuff. Mostly because the execs committed gross negligence, wasted tons of money, and didn’t know what they were doing

Fuck me I want to learn Sketch.