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SPOS #843 – Susie Wise On How We Design For Belonging

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Welcome to episode #843 of Six Pixels of Separation.

Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #843. Dr. Susie Wise is a design leader with experience in the education, tech, and the social sectors. She coaches leaders in equity design and innovation practices. She teaches at the d.school at Stanford and coaches with the Mira Fellowship. Previously, she founded and directed the K12 Lab at the d.school and co-created Liberatory Design. Her latest book, Design for Belonging, is part of a Stanford d.school series of designer guides, but is filled with insights for all business professionals. The book features a pantheon of smart insights to inspire your design for belonging endeavors and tools and exercises for framing your work. It’s also filled with stunning illustrations by DC-based muralist Rose Jaffe. In a world of remote and hybrid work, it’s important that everyone has both a sense of belonging and an understanding how to foster belonging in every organization. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #843.

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How to Stop the Metaverse from Becoming the Internet's Bad Sequel | Micaela Mantegna | TED

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"The metaverse is already on fire, and we haven't even built it yet," says TED Fellow and video game lawyer Micaela Mantegna. She lays out why the metaverse is at risk of inheriting some of the internet's worst traits, like unchecked surveillance -- and shows how we could redirect its fate through new laws grounded in kindness and connection.

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SPOS #838 – Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher On Expertise (And Who Is Truly An Expert)

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Welcome to episode #838 of Six Pixels of Separation.

Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #838 – Host: Mitch Joel. It seems like everyone on LinkedIn (which is everyone who works) considers themself an expert in something (or everything). What is expertise? Who should we consider an expert? Is there one definition to rule them all? Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher is not just an associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Science, Health, and Technology Communication at the University of Waterloo, but is also the author of, On Expertise – Cultivating Character, Goodwill, and Practical Wisdom. Much of Ashley’s current research focuses on climate change communication, and she is a member of the University of Waterloo’s Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) and the Water Institute. In addition to her duties at Waterloo, she is the General Co-Editor, with Carolyn R. Miller, at Genre Across Borders. Further, she served as a Member of the Board of Directors for the Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine (ARSTM) from 2019-2021 and as President of ARSTM from 2018-2019. Ashley’s research focuses on how communication practices shape the processes of science and also how diverse audiences engage with scientific and technical subjects through various communication strategies and modalities. Along with being the author of On Expertise, she also wrote Science Communication Online, and is co-editor of Emerging Genres in New Media Environments. Ashley has also been published in numerous journal articles and chapters. If you consider yourself an expert or eyeroll at those who self-describe themselves as one, this episode is for you. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #838 – Host: Mitch Joel.

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worth a check
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SPOS #836 – Ashish Goel On Overcoming The Challenges Of Creative Work

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Welcome to episode #836 of Six Pixels of Separation.

Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #836 – Host: Mitch Joel. Ashish Goel has launched and run design divisions for multiple international companies. He is an entrepreneur, designer, former teaching fellow and a collaborator on the Stanford 2025 project. He is the former head of design at Zomato (India’s larger-scale Yelp!). He currently runs Boca, his sparkling water start-up, and advises some of India’s top technology companies on design and product management. His new book via the d.school, The Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, is called Drawing on Courage – Risks Worth Taking and Stands Worth Making. Ashish believes that this topic is not-always-talked about, yet fundamental to doing cutting edge design work. According to Ashish, “You can do good-enough design-for-life work with its associated tools, but to do great design work you need grit.” His book is a practical, illustrated guide to overcoming the challenges of creative work, including where to start, how to give or get feedback, when to change direction, and how to stand up for what matters. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #836 – Host: Mitch Joel.

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seems up my alley....
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SPOS #835 – Kim Scott On Radical Candor And Ultimate Culture

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Welcome to episode #835 of Six Pixels of Separation.

Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #835 – Host: Mitch Joel. I have been hard at work trying to find a way to meet Kim Scott since she first published the book, Radical Candor. A special thanks to Dorie Clark and Alisa Cohn for inviting Kim to a dinner that we hosted during the last TED event in Vancouver. Along with Radical Candor, Kim is also the author of Just Work – How to Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to Build a Kick-ass Culture of Inclusivity and co-founder of the companies, Just Work and Radical Candor. Kim was a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter, and other tech companies. She was a member of the faculty at Apple University and before that led AdSense, YouTube, and DoubleClick teams at Google. Prior to that Kim managed a pediatric clinic in Kosovo and started a diamond-cutting factory in Moscow. She lives with her family in Silicon Valley, and loves to write fiction novels almost as much (maybe more) than business books. Enjoy the conversation…

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #835 – Host: Mitch Joel.

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78 days ago
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radical candor intrigues
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Noam Chomsky: the five filters of the mass media machine

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Noam Chomsky: the five filters of the mass media machine | Aeon Videos

‘Manufacturing Consent’ shaped a generation of media critics. How has mass media changed since the dawn of the internet age?

- by Aeon Video

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can't wait to watch this
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