Have you ever had to facilitate a meeting where a large number of people was asked to solve a complex problem? It’s stressful and the outcome isn’t necessarily the resolution of the problem. Every time you think you’ve discovered a solution and apply it, the nature of the problem seems to shift. Depending on your […]
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- Does relentless enthusiasm really help the world, or should generation TED learn to take a more skeptical view? http://t.co/XV86yJllSg about 2 hours ago from Buffer
- Pretty great. http://t.co/qOCiYNx8xB about 3 hours ago from Buffer
- How retirement was invented. http://t.co/BJIUI2BiKL about 4 hours ago from Buffer
- Result of using @Todoist for a few weeks: I feel unburdened now that I no longer have to remember what to do tomorrow, or next week. about 4 hours ago from Buffer
- From papyrus to pixels: The future of the book. http://t.co/xQGHTgnPmZ about 5 hours ago from Buffer
- There's an international soccer tournament where all the players are homeless. http://t.co/m5xBS6qC9J about 5 hours ago from Buffer
- Ebola’s information paradox. http://t.co/ijJ6LKrIRm about 7 hours ago from Buffer
- On Taxis and Rainbow Tables: Lessons for researchers and governments from NYC’s improperly anonymized taxi logs. http://t.co/Tsn5eu3fWy about 8 hours ago from Buffer