Keys to success? In the end of the day, after initial shock, it’s much easier to fall in love with raw, young, unstructured and highly idealistic concepts. Admire its bold, brave, opportunistic, all-forgiving, obstacle-busting power. We need wild dreams to live in surrounding reality. That’s inspiration.
1746 map of London now available as an incredibly detailed Google map
“The Centre for Metropolitan History and Museum of London Archaeology wanted a map that could help them visualise data from the 18th and 19th centuries.
They started by taking John Rocque’s 1746 map of London, putting the 24 parts together, then georeferencing it.”
See and read more at:
The Future of Evil - Second thoughts from a digerati pioneer on the future of social media by Jaron Lanier (behind paywall)
McKinsey Quarterly, Next frontiers for lean
W. Edwards Deming, page 248, Out of the Crisis