Whiplash: How to Survive Our Faster Future | Ito, Howe

Joi Ito, Jeff Howe; Whiplash: How to Survive Our Faster Future; Grand Central Publishing; 2016-12-06; 320 pages; ASIN:1455544590: Kindle: $15, paper: $5+SHT.

 

Listicle

  1. Emergency over Authority
  2. Pull over Push
  3. Compasses over Maps
  4. Risk over Safety
  5. Disobedience over Compliance
  6. Practice over Theory
  7. Diversity over Ability
  8. Resilience over Strength
  9. Systems over Objects

Mentions

  • A preference framework in nine dimensions.
  • The Power of Pull plus eight (8) more.

Promotion

  • It’s a black book with black printing; trade dress has white printing on black the background.
  • “is the new black,” you get the idea.
  • <pro-forma><cliché>The future, is already here. It’s just unevenly distributed.</cliché></pro-forma>

Argot

The Suitcase Words
  • complex
  • volatile
  • tools
  • modern
  • existence
  • faster
  • cheaper
  • smaller
  • exponential
  • billions
  • strangers
  • click, one click
  • tweet
  • post
  • revolution, two revolutions
  • joined
  • force, explosive force
  • unleashed
  • transforming
  • every aspect of society
  • business
  • culture
  • the public sphere
  • most private moments
  • dramatic change
  • winners
  • losers
  • entirely new
  • operating system
  • major upgrade
  • learning curve, steep learning curve
  • logic
  • future, a faster future
  • oversets (?)
  • received wisdom, the received wisdom of the past
  • succeed
  • think differently
  • distill
  • logic
  • nine organizing principles
  • navigating
  • surviving
  • tumultuous period
  • strategically embracing risks (boldly going)
  • mitigating risks
  • preferring “risk over safety”
  • drawing inspiration
  • innovative ideas
  • existing networks
  • supporting “pull over push”
  • dynamic blueprint
  • rethink
  • your approach
  • all facets
  • your organization
  • case studies, incredible case studies
  • research, leading-edge research
  • philosophies, philosophies from the MIT Media Lab
  • philosophies, philosophies from beyond the MIT Media Lab
  • adapt
  • succeed
  • unpredictable world

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