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With the right design, people will not do the wrong thing

This is from Seth Godin’s “Make the sign bigger!“: Make the announcement louder. Make the logo bigger. Yell. Call more people on the phone to sell them an extended warranty. Send more emails. Hustle harder. None of it works. […] … Continue reading

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Sending a message

I often argue against protest votes, where one votes tactically, blank or invalid. But Clay Shirky wrote it better, back in 2016 when the last American presidential election was approaching: People who believe in protest votes do so because they … Continue reading

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Learning from our mistakes, escaping the Gell-Mann Amnesia effect

Briefly stated, the Gell-Mann Amnesia effect is as follows. You open the newspaper to an article on some subject you know well. […] You read the article and see the journalist has absolutely no understanding of either the facts or … Continue reading

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Reality

It turns out, though, that when your reality is based on actual reality, it’s a lot more stable and resilient, because you don’t have to be so vigilant about what you’re going to filter out. — Seth Godin Which is … Continue reading

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Broken

Jeg faldt første gang over Seth Godin efter hans 2006 præsentation, “Why are so many things broken?“. Det er en inspirerende præsentation for folk der kan blive irriteret over de små tåbeligheder vi udsættes for:

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