Link Loving 26.01.11
January 26, 2011 § Leave a comment
- Seth Godin hits the nail on the head again.
- Milford Bateman on why micro-finance has not provided people with a way out of poverty. (It’s systemic/transformational change that’s needed people.)
- Jules Evans points out that he’s had long dibs on the ‘gyms are the new churches’ thing. And includes a pretty poster.
- Ze Frank discovers some more internet magic – a football crowd that turn into human pixels.
- Very cute blog of movies someone can’t quite remember.
- The Freakonomics blog reveals that men on caffeine is basically the worst decision-making process ever.
- (I’m late to the party here) Neal Lawson sets out his vision for the Good Society.
- Nicholas Carr identifies three technologies that challenged our brains – maps, clocks and the printing press. (So, can we please get used to the idea that we can change our paradigm?)
- Do you want to buy Myspace? You can.
- Sunny Hundal enjoys James Delingpole’s car-crash interview on Horizon. (I’d never realised how posh he is!)
- Dan Hodges on the Movement For Change/Citizens UK announcement to train 10,000 Labour organisers, and why he thinks this might not be such a good idea.