Let’s build on what we all share

I’ve had a pretty civic-minded week. First I hit The FuseBox to learn about the future of Brighton & Hove from Nick Hibberd, B&H Council’s Director of Economy, Environment and Culture, and his colleague Max Woodford. Then I heard Keith Taylor, our local MEP, talk about Brexit. All that’s set me thinking about how cooperation’sContinue reading “Let’s build on what we all share”

Co-operative sets, not competitive sets

The world of social media is all about building relationships with people who – in one way or another – share your obsessions. It’s built on a social model that emphasises progress through co-operation, rather than progress through competition. I’ve been thinking for a little while about how that emphasis on engagement through sharing canContinue reading “Co-operative sets, not competitive sets”