Two years ago, Michael P. Edson challenged Meta Knol, Erik Boekesteijn, and myself to imagine a new socially engaged cultural initiative in The…
The topic of today’s newsletter is the view from the outside in. When organizations like the Humanity House do their job well, they provide a view from…
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Two years to the day after I fled home on my bike from a meeting, trying to outrun the “novel Corona virus,” I finally tested positive. Fit, vaccinated…
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In a few days, I will transition into a new role (and career). On the first of June, I will start as program manager for sustainability at BAM Infra, a…
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I’ve always had a thing for the small stories that add depth and color to world events. This week, I’d like to highlight some of these stories. From…
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Virtual conferences, Zoom meetings, online debates, Hangout mixers, … I think I am not alone in feeling that online meetings are great. Yet at the same…
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“Our purpose is to be useful, to make a difference, to increase knowledge, to point the world in the right direction if it's off course." — Andri Snær…
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At low tide, my sons and I like to build a sand city in the surf. Over the summers, we’ve become quite good at building systems that can withstand the…
I don’t talk too much about the why, what, and how of this newsletter. Seb Chan, who inspired me to choose this format (and platform, although he by now…
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Yesterday, a fantastic team of colleagues put together What Matters Now, a live, global, freestyle, make-up-as-we-go online event. Presentations…
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One: Congratulations to the Rijksmuseum and their collaboration with Guerrilla in Horizon Forbidden West. It’s lovely to see old and new art merge and…
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This is the second part of a more extended series of updates (‘book’) about abundance and how our cultures’ legacy can shape a better tomorrow. Read the…
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