Reload, Reload

It's been a while since we've published. Instead we've bounced from London to Geneva to London to Ade
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Reload, Reload
By Changeist • Issue #26 • View online
It’s been a while since we’ve published. Instead we’ve bounced from London to Geneva to London to Adelaide to Malta to Leiden (ok, the last place is an hour away). 
A lot has been going on in the world, and will continue to this week, as you may have heard. We’re dispensing with the core research theme this week as we reload for upcoming projects, and simply offer a crateful of catchup links to what we have been doing, or are about to do. There are some great announcements coming up between now and year end, too, but those have to wait :) 
We’d also like to point at some of the great work our colleagues and networks have been up to, which you’ll find below.
Thanks for your ongoing interest, and we look forward to seeing you *safely* on the other side of this tumultuous week. 
As always, share links, thoughts and questions with us at the locations below.
—Scott

On The Agenda
The Critical IoT Reading List – Thingclash – Medium
Thingclash - Sibos 2016 - YouTube
Private Data Is the Ultimate Luxury Good | Motherboard
Company Town Audiobook | Madeline Ashby | Audible.com
Image: Ian Forrester / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Image: Ian Forrester / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The Network
John Willshire - Strategy is Dead - Long Live Meta-Strategy - Video Archive - The Conference by Media Evolution
BBC Radio 4 - Digital Human, Series 10, Haunted
WHERE THE CITY CAN'T SEE TEASER on Vimeo
Uitgang
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