Within our fear, hope grows. It provides a fertile ground for hope to grow. And when it does we talk about hope rather than fear it grew out of.
Thinking about an idea and bringing it to market are two very different things. And no, it is not just about execution. It is also about means and critics.
Histories of interactions, if collectively accessible, could be extremely useful in helping the person establish or re-establish foundational identity.
Here in the UK the vaccine programme is rolling along. This brings with it a slightly more positive outlook in the news of the state of the world. However, when you look at the data presented in the map below we see a different picture. Africa is quite in comparison...
Surveillance happens all the time. Surveillance capitalism is much more of a choice. We must improve the awareness we create amongst those we seek to serve.
But what would it look like if they were ‘holding’ the data about themselves, their families, and when they choose to, they can expose it to us?
Imagination is powerful. If we don’t work together on seeing the new world, scary wins every time. It’s a practice we need to do daily.
One would be hard pressed to make a case that cash programming doesn’t contribute to the possibility of surveillance – we’re not talking about this enough
Milton’s economics may have helped create a vast amount of financial wealth, but it came at the expense of community and planet wealth.
We love the field of dreams mythology, and so we create manuals, tools, toolkits, write papers, and believe the masses will just magically show up.
We need more prideful people. Putting our name to our work drives us to do better work. Not perfect, just better. Perhaps it’s time to be proud again
If we are creating a digital vaccine passport, we need to ask how do we create them in a way that reduces social inequalities rather than increasing them