Turns out water is more common than we thought, amazing how quickly our scientific understanding of the universe continues to expand at a such a rate.
Everyone knows about the spread of war and the hopeless intractability of poverty. But everyone is wrong.
Science is finding more and more that processes fundamental to life seem to rely on quantum effects, fascinating stuff!
As Schrödinger predicted, life navigates a narrow stream between the classical and quantum worlds: the quantum edge.
I recently spoke at WordCamp Europe in Seville on the inherent motivation that the distributed model promotes, here’s the offical summary:
Our traditional understanding of motivation is broken. Thankfully the science is now clear. We’ll explore how a culture which embraces Open Source and remote work promotes the real drivers of motivation and ultimately leads to a happy, motivated team.
I had a great time delivering the talk and was particularly pleased with the questions that were raised at the end. Here’s my slides:
It was also filmed and is available on wordpress.tv
I’m also aiming to clean up my speaker notes and post them.
*Props to @siobhanpmckeown for the oxford comma corrections.
Another one which tickled me: “I fear I'm too late I would like Post Status Please can I have it” Breaking the 4th wall.
— Tom Willmot (@tomwillmot) July 27, 2015