Paradigm shifts are interesting. Usually, we don’t recognize there has been a change until after the changes happened. But, there are a few people who live on the precipice of those changes. People who, for better or worse, have their senses already tuned to what the shift will be and can recognize those changes before, during, and after they actually happen. In some respects, this presents those people who recognize paradigm shifts as something of an anomaly. Change always happens, but those people who recognize paradigms and the conditions for change seem to have a different set of senses. A conclusion you can draw: seems like those people are the actual shift the paradigm is trying to get you to recognize.
And with that, let’s share the last weeks notable reads:
- There is no such thing a biomimicry. – Jennifer Sertl #a3r – Medium
- The Racial Bias Built Into Photography - The New York Times
- How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer - IEEE Spectrum
- Japanese Designers May Have Created the Most Accurate Map of Our World: See the AuthaGraph | Open C
- Kidnapping: A Very Efficient Business | by Anne Diebel | The New York Review of Books
A productive week, and a few pieces native to the paradigm shift of this endeavor: