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Tim Rayner
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Writer and philosopher
Writer and philosopher

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Facebook video and the hacker way. The story is a few years old, but the culture comes from the future. We need to roll out a culture of hands-on hacking across our organisations and society. Let's start now!
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Culture hackers experiment with the limits of urban possibility. By opening up cracks in contemporary culture, they show us how to create a more engaged, participatory, and innovative society.
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From egoboo to exit: startups launch on gifts.

The first post in a two-part series on startups and gift economics. With pulp novel covers as pics!

Part two is on its way shortly.
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On September 6th, 2006, Facebook became a gift culture. G+ is the same. We engage for 'egoboo' and peer reputation. 
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Everyone has their genius. Find that rare and special thing that you do extraordinarily well and make it central to your life. Here’s how.
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Just got back from an incredible holiday! Here are five thrings I learned about teamwork from tracking lions in Africa.
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Two new posts in a week! Hope you enjoy reading this one as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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How to find yourself, figure out what it is you really love, and develop personal discipline and self-mastery. These are skills for the flourishing life. 
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Heidegger in Silicon Valley: 'If you want to positively rewire the social and economic fabric, take a deep dive into the world and engage its complexity. Go into local communities and ‘let being be’. Find out what makes local economies tick. Identify their pain points and design social solutions for them'.
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The religion-atheism debate deflated: a Wittgensteinian approach to the debate begins by pointing out ‘God’ is a word that has different meanings in different linguistic communities. 
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