Post Labour Day Finds

Here are some observations and insights that were shared on social media this past fortnight. I call these Friday’s Finds.

We teach people how to remember, we never teach them how to grow. – Oscar Wilde” – via @BestOscarWilde

@ShawnCallahan – “The stories we find, and especially the ones we retell, change who we become.

@edmorrison – “Our challenge is not to banish hierarchies, but to balance them with open systems, properly guided.

Last taboo: Secrecy About Salaries May Be on the Wane. Will that make for a happier or more miserable workplace? – via @LucyMarcus

As is human nature, those who made more than their co-workers were not noticeably happier, he said, but those below the average were much unhappier.

NYT: IFTTT Looks to the Internet of Things – via @downes

The future will be run by companies like IFTTT: “The way we see the Internet of Things playing out, there’s going to be a need for an operating system that’s detached from any specific device,” Linden Tibbets said. “What we’re doing now is the foundation for that.”

Happy Labor Day@the realbanksy (fan account):

Labour Day by Banksy

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