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Yesterday at the esplanade #cairns #fnq (at Cairns Esplanade Lagoon)

Yesterday at the esplanade #cairns #fnq (at Cairns Esplanade Lagoon)

Inverted T is meant to be inspired by more than just design thinking, and can apply leaps of genius from deep fields to any new challenge (it also brings with it agile development, lean manufacturing, and sociocracy). 

(via Inverted T-Shaped People – Responsive.org)

Inverted T is meant to be inspired by more than just design thinking, and can apply leaps of genius from deep fields to any new challenge (it also brings with it agile development, lean manufacturing, and sociocracy).

(via Inverted T-Shaped People – Responsive.org)

Office companion. #cairns #spider  (at MAK Advertising)

Office companion. #cairns #spider (at MAK Advertising)

Home sweet home. This is why I love cairns. #cairns #nofilter

Home sweet home. This is why I love cairns. #cairns #nofilter

Kewarra beach just before cyclone ita #TCita #cyclone #cairns #ita (at Kewarra Beach)

This morning on the esplanade before the cyclone #cairns #cyclone (at Cairns Esplanade Lagoon)

This morning on the esplanade before the cyclone #cairns #cyclone (at Cairns Esplanade Lagoon)

The core idea is that what you are selling and what people are buying are two different things. Understanding what people are trying to do with your product helps you know whether you’re getting hotter or colder as you consider changes to your product. The Category Moat by Ryan of Basecamp
Just 20 minutes from home. <3 #cairns  (at Copperlode Dam/Lake Morris)

Just 20 minutes from home. <3 #cairns (at Copperlode Dam/Lake Morris)

Little Creatures - Western Australian craft beer #cairns

Little Creatures - Western Australian craft beer #cairns

Anil Dash recently wrote an insightful piece on code switching in the context of teaching kids programming, wherein he offered the most succinct illustration of the concept: (via The REAL Real Problem with Facebook ∙ An A List Apart Column)

Anil Dash recently wrote an insightful piece on code switching in the context of teaching kids programming, wherein he offered the most succinct illustration of the concept: (via The REAL Real Problem with Facebook ∙ An A List Apart Column)

Reading Tip #1 
It’s tempting to judge what you read:

I agree with these statements, and I disagree with those.

However, a great thinker who has spent decades on an unusual line of thought cannot induce their context into your head in a few pages. It’s almost certainly the case that you don’t fully understand their statements.

Instead, you can say:

I have now learned that there exists a worldview in which all of these statements are consistent.

And if it feels worthwhile, you can make a genuine effort to understand that entire worldview. You don’t have to adopt it. Just make it available to yourself, so you can make connections to it when it’s needed.

Links 2013
Reading room (at State Library of Victoria)

Reading room (at State Library of Victoria)

Melbourne  (at Shrine of Remembrance)

Melbourne (at Shrine of Remembrance)

&#8230;love (at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD))

…love (at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD))