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But, really, what could be more arty than wanting to destroy art by smashing the boundaries that keep it sealed off from everyday life? — A quote from from the excellent Rip It Up And Start Again - a history of post-punk from 1978-1984 by Simon Reynolds that I couldn’t put down while on holiday recently…
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I think we, at a fundamental level, need to redefine the success metrics of capitalism. That they include three key ingredients: 1. Business, successful business, making money. The traditional form of success. 2. You have to be making a difference in the world, you have to be contributing in some way. 3. I think you need to be emotionally engaged in the work. You need to love the work. These three things aren’t, right now, considered the success metrics for capitalism — Biz Stone via Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone And Bill Clinton Talk Better Business, Online Publishing, And Social Media (VIDEO)
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In Defense of Marketing, Hacking and Programming • Emily Delmont -
One of the best examinations of why one should be wary of “growth hacking” from a broader organizational and product standpoint.
Just because we use technical tools and platforms to spread marketing campaigns, doesn’t mean we have replaced human product attachment and interest with an algorithm. Last time I checked, we are still human. We have feelings and we like to feel emotionally attached to products. We like stories around why they are meaningful and make our lives better. We like personal narratives that impact our professional lives. This is marketing. It isn’t software development. Without the latter, we wouldn’t have the former. Both are key and they have their respective places in a business.
Neither of them, however, are a hack.
Why I insist on avoiding the term “Growth Hacking” as much as I avoid the term “Data Science”….
New disciplines created by the intersection of multiple other disciplines in today’s world need time to mature and to evolve, not destroy, what came before.
This is a beautiful data visualisation tool that maps IMDb ratings for different TV shows. Here you can pinpoint the decline of the Simpsons.
Play around here: http://graphtv.kevinformatics.com/tt0096697