A version of a New Economy that embraces Slack? A version that caps virality?
to get there, do you need to Say No?
How congruent with SmallWorld? See also Indie
http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2005/04/slow_and_passio.html It struck me that if we're truly passionate about something, we take the time to do it right and enjoy it... Turns out, the Slow Movement goes way beyond food: there's also a slow cities movement (also started in - where else - Italy!) (see also this interesting interview in Mother Jones). The book I mentioned earlier (InPraiseOfSlowness) also talks about applying the Slow approach to other things in life: most notably sex, driving, children, and learning.
Slow Movement http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow_movement
Slow Software, Craft Software, Neo-Victorian
Slow Web http://blog.jackcheng.com/post/25160553986/the-slow-web
- contra Real Time, Meme Tracker
- Information Hygiene, Information Diet (Clay Johnson) http://www.informationdiet.com/
Slow Marketing 2011-09-22-RaoMiloCriterionSlow MarketingVsLeanStartup
Adrian Savage has a blog on Slow Leadership.
Slow Code http://slowcode.makerlab.org/index.php/Main_Page
Slow Sex http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OneTaste#Slow_sex
Slow Schooling, Slow Education http://sloweducation.co.uk/ http://plpnetwork.com/2014/08/26/time-fight-slow-education/
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