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14 Posts

January, 2014 Posts

Harbinger of Things to Come
January 01, 2014
Paul Krugman's perspective on Bitcoin and its significance as a technical achievement.
January 02, 2014
The importance of uncelebrated preventive measures and the uncertain interpretation of historical events.
Resolutions for an Anteater
January 03, 2014
A humorous take on an anteater's New Year's resolutions.
APIs Everywhere
January 06, 2014
Bitcoin as an open API for money and the potential for brand APIs.
The Marriage of Android and Google+
January 06, 2014
The integration strategy between Google+ and Android.
Zemblanity, the Opposite of Serendipity
January 08, 2014
Discovering the concept of zemblanity as the opposite of serendipity.
Eye Test vs. Math Test
January 09, 2014
The battle between the eye-test and math-test in sports.
Paint on Walls
January 10, 2014
A discussion of the closing of graffiti mecca 5 Pointz and the difference between graffiti and street art.
Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014
January 13, 2014
Reflecting on the past and looking ahead at Percolate's journey from 2013 to 2014.
On Context, Imagination, and STEM vs. ART
January 14, 2014
John Seely Brown's insights on context, imagination, and the importance of art in education.
What's Content Marketing and How Big Will it Be?
January 27, 2014
An analysis of content marketing and its implications for brands.
The Accuracy of Strangelove
January 28, 2014
The frighteningly accurate portrayal of nuclear security in Dr. Strangelove
Revisiting Stock & Flow
January 29, 2014
A revisit to the concept of Stock and Flow in the digital world.
Silver Bullets
January 30, 2014
Andy Grove's concept of strategic inflection points and competition as explained in a 1998 speech.
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