Good Stuff I Read This Week – May 10 2015

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Just a collection of some interesting/useful/informative stuff I stumbled upon this week!!

The Behavioral Revolution the internet has solved the “Information Problem”  you want to know how to do stuff – that information is available at the click of a button. Will solving the behavior problem be the next revolution. Very interesting and thought provoking article by David Kadavy. Another reason why inter-disciplinary education in Technology and Behavioral Sciences would be an awesome thing to have.

Quotable Quote: As we learn more about why people behave the way they do, the knowledge for a behavior revolution is being transferred from advertisers and big business to individual entrepreneurs. This transfer may create the economic force necessary to make a behavioral revolution possible.

The Twitter Fiction Festival The 2015 Twitter fiction Festival, a five day virtual writing contest held entirely on Twitter, is starting next week (May 11 to 15).What? Fiction on Twitter? For those who don’t know, it is the newest literary fad, writing stories using a single or a series of tweets. The fad is new, but the universally acknowledged best twitter fiction was written many years before the medium even existed – this master piece by Hemingway

For sale: baby shoes, never worn

The Value on (Financial) Controllers – Bean Counters? Necessary Evil or Strategic Partners?

The story of a Clean Real Estate Company in India its visionary founder and young CEO on Twitter. among other things, how a founder placed trust on a young talent and groomed him as his CEO.

To end this week’s post, this is amazing, like science fiction: “How to control someone else’s arm with your brain”

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