Glenn Harlan Reynolds: June 2005 Archives

Nobody's Perfect

Nobody's perfect, and everybody makes mistakes.  What's more, we often learn more from our mistakes than from our successes.These statements are clichs, but they're true.  Heck, they're clichs because they're true.But it's still easy to forget them.  Read More

New Minds in Old Bottles

I've written before (here, too) about automation, unemployment, and the new economy. Now, in his new book, A Whole New Mind: Moving from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age, Dan Pink offers us a handle on what's going on,... Read More

How We're Heading Back to the Future

Set the wayback machine for 10,000 B.C. What does the world look like? Except for cave bears and saber-tooth tigers -- both pretty much extinct by this point anyway -- the scale is pretty small. The biggest human organizations are... Read More

Do it Make it Yourself

I'm currently reading Neil Gershenfeld's new book, Fab: The Coming Revolution on Your Desktop: From Personal Computers to Personal Fabrication, and I'm finding it very interesting. It seems that the future may be arriving sooner than I had expected. Gershenfeld,... Read More

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