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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

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The tyranny of the explicit

I think that business suffers from the tyranny of the explicit. Its desire for measurability and proof makes it focus on the explicit element of

We’re all talk radio hosts now…

Jonah Lehrer suggests thinking can often serve to confuse us. He reports research where students had to rate different jams. They managed to come out

Tyranny of the Explicit

Following up on yesterday’s post, a second of our tyranny coatpegs it the Tyranny of the Explicit. Viv talks about it here and it’s something

The perils of the complicated

Chris Corrigan has a good post on how complicated models masked the complexity of the financial system – and made the perpetrators very rich at

Steinbeck on writing

Maria Popova spots this great comment from John Steinbeck. If there is a magic in story writing and I am convinced there is, no one

Transcending language

Andrew Sullivan quotes Christian Wiman: I don’t think you can spend your whole life questioning whether language can represent reality. At some point, you have

Conversations in layers

I stumbled on this crude graphic that I blogged back in 2004. I was making a point about a specific piece of marketing jargon, “brand

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Emotional debt

Releasing the hidden costs of pent up frustrations

Aliveness

Finding the aliveness below the surface of stuck

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links for 2011-05-10

Christopher Hitchens: Unspoken Truths | Culture | Vanity Fair On finding your voice. Marvellous.

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links for 2010-04-28

Robert Paterson's Weblog: The Inquisition is Back – IP in the 15 Century Redux Rob goes medieval on intellectual property and its fans A slow mind may nurture more creative

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The Gutenberg Parenthesis

Jeff Jarvis talks about the Gutenberg Parenthesis. Those who bemoan the supposed short attention spans of the networked generation typically measure this by the capacity or willingness to read a

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Lost in translation?

Rob May notices that a German court prevents WalMart from banning office romances. Wal-Mart has lost a court appeal to try to legally ban its employees in Germany from having