Month: July 2016

Surge or pivot? – notes on failure

Failure is good. We learn from failure. Failure is learning; the information content of a failure may be more than the information content of success. Failure isn’t failure, it’s an opportunity to pivot. Failure is capitalism’s Darwinian evolutionary mechanism to remove the less productive, the less relevant. Fail fast, fail cheap, learn, try again. Creative …

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#NoProjects: an update

Several things have been happening in the #NoProjects world of late it seems fitting to record these things here. As mentioned recently Evan Leybourn has created a NoProjects website. This is becoming a repository of various NoProjects things. At the moment the NoProjects website is little more than a placeholder for a Slack community. After …

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