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Omnivore. The inaugural issue of Policy and Complex Systems is out, Calestous Juma (Harvard): Complexity, Innovation, and Development: Schumpeter Revisited.

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David W. Glazier (Loyola): Destined for an Epic Fail: The Problematic Guantanamo Military Commissions. Glenn Greenwald on how the “Cuban Twitter” scam is a drop in the Internet propaganda bucket. Hillel Aron on how Left-wing darling Pacifica Radio is sliding into the abyss. Carole Cadwalladr on Charlotte Laws' fight with Hunter Moore, the internet's revenge porn king. From the journal Class, Race, and Corporate Power, Geoff Ostrove (Oregon): The Political Economy of Financially Successful Independent Hip-Hop Artists. Gregory H. Dmitry Dima Adamsky (IDC): The 1983 Nuclear Crisis: Lessons for Deterrence Theory and Practice.

Christopher Marsden (Sussex): Law and Technology. The inaugural issue of the International Journal of Dharma Studies is out. From the International Journal of Bahamian Studies, a special issue of Caribbean Art Music. The Awl - Be Less Stupid. Public Culture. Public Books — A curated monthly review devoted to spirited debate about books and the arts. Notes and Queries in Anthropology — A Group Blog. Gerry Canavan. Data Visualization, Infographics, and Statistics. Viz Blogs. BibliOdyssey. Lapham’s Quarterly. Edge : Conversations on the edge of human knowledge. Big Think.

Interviews on broad topics, design emphasis. Think Quarterly by Google. Creative Commons. Ads without products. Culture blogs. Quality Blogs... Kottke.org - home of fine hypertext products. Kevin Kelly. Io9. We come from the future. Scrapbook. Go away. All About Art and Design. Super queer artsy blog. Hey!

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You know I have this webcomic about aliens and adventures and also some queer stuff? I made a tumblr for it! I will still update on Smackjeeves but since most of my readers seem to hang out on tumblr a lot, I figured that this would be a good idea… FOLLOW IT HERE! Updates once a week on wednesdays right now, but I’m aiming at twice a week for chapter 2. you can also read it on smackjeeves click here last page of chapter 1 is coming on wednesday! Fucking high quality inspiration. Start your novel. A blog about art and visual ingenuity. Brain Pickings. It’s Nice That.

The World’s Best Ever:design, fashion, art, music, photography. Research » Blog Archive. Stupidity, organizations, and the combination of stupidity and organizations all receive consideration in this study: “A Stupidity-Based Theory of Organizations,” Mats Alvesson, {*style:<a href=' Spicer [pictured here], Journal of Management Studies, vol. 49, no. 7, November 2012 pages 1194–1220.

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(Thanks to investigator Mats Andersson for bringing this to our attention.) The authors, at Lund University, Sweden and Cass Business School, London, UK, explain:“In this paper we question the one-sided thesis that contemporary organizations rely on the mobilization of cognitive capacities. We suggest that severe restrictions on these capacities in the form of what we call functional stupidity are an equally important if under-recognized part of organizational life. Functional stupidity refers to an absence of reflexivity, a refusal to use intellectual capacities in other than myopic ways, and avoidance of justifications. The Future of the City 1: Cities in the Digital Age. This is a community post, untouched by our editors.

The Future of the City 1: Cities in the Digital Age

Today we begin our series on The Future of the City in partnership with design mind, a media platform examining trends in emerging technologies and global consumer culture, produced by designers, technologists, and strategists at frog. We’ll be bringing you one new article each day this week. Shibuya, Tokyo. Source: Gawashi999 / flickr Cities in the Digital Age, by Scott Nazarian, creative director at frog. GOOD Home Page - GOOD. Ev Williams. Cartoon Brew: Leading the Animation Conversation. My Cardboard Life - Three times a week. DAILY DISHONESTY.