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Ways of Seeing/Thinking

This week has been a mixture of taking an opportunity to write up some thoughts that have emerged dur


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A periodic look into research threads on critical futures, strategy, post-normal innovation, providing a look over the shoulder of the team at Changeist. Each issue includes brief analysis, links, updates, and occasional easter eggs.

This week has been a mixture of taking an opportunity to write up some thoughts that have emerged during the past few months work and research, planning for 2016, and prepping and running the first Thingclash workshop at Thingscon NL in Amsterdam yesterday. We’ve been fortunate to have the whole crew together, with Natalie Kane spending most of the week in the office and co-leading the workshop, for which you can find a writeup below.
December is generally when things start to wind down for the year and loose threads can be gathered (and occasionally wound up in print). This one’s proving to be a busy end to a very intense year, with several 2016 projects already kicking off. The good part is we get to work with organizations we consider friends. 
In the spirit of year-end stocktaking, I’m linking to a few conceptual reflections (old and new). See you next week. 

What We've Been Up To
On Being a Data Puppet — Medium
ThingClash -
Ways of Seeing/Thinking
Creating Fictional Data Products and Their Implications
As we may understand: A constructionist approach to ‘behaviour change’ and the Internet of Things
Developing urban Smarts
The Network
Big Bang Data
Culture Interface: digital interfaces and science-fiction — pasta and vinegar
We Are Internet — IAM - Internet Age Media
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