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Simon Wardley #EEA
I like ducks, they're fowl but not through choice. Corporate cartographer, chaotic evil, destroyer of undeserved value. RT ≠ +1
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Simon Wardley #EEA 6h
Replying to @meejeet
I happen to agree now that all other routes seem to have been exhausted. If the Gov will not decide and refuses to contemplate Labour's path then a referendum between remain versus no deal is a way forward however undesirable.
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Tom Watson 15h
The way to break the stalemate is for Parliament and the people to come together, to decide on our future together. It’s time to say with one voice: put it to the people. Prime Minister, you have lost control. Let the people take control.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 7h
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Simon Wardley #EEA 7h
Oh, this made me smile ->
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Mike Volpe Mar 22
Zoom’s Numbers Are Insane Why? - very huge market - sell to all sizes of companies (solo consultant to F500) - freemium model with... - virality built into product Also note (a) they were not first to market and (b) no differentiation besides “it just works better”
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Christopher Kusek 8h
Replying to @swardley
Everything you know about maps is wrong! YOU CAN'T SEE THE FORRESTER FOR THE TREES!
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
Replying to @swardley
I've no issue with revoking article 50 as long as it was coupled with social investment through a major fund (in the order of a few hundred billion) created by significant wealth tax across property (including shares). We should leave the past behind us.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
Replying to @swardley
The worst of all possible results is we return to the past status quo, for the energy to dissolve and for society to once again ignore the disenfranchised. Whatever path we take, we must redistribute both wealth and opportunity.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
Replying to @swardley
I do hope that in the end (regardless of what path the UK takes) that such passion continues and is directed to taking on the gross inequalities in our society. That 14M live in poverty, in wretched conditions must be faced and we must create a fairer society.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
The right to protest, to petition, to disagree is an essential element of UK democracy. I might disagree with the view but I celebrate the expression of political freedom in such a positive manner ->
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
Replying to @swardley
... my next flight (to Melbourne) kicks off in a few hours.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 8h
Landed in LA, during the flight (about 3 hrs) almost 20% of all the tickets of map camp London were taken ... this is amazing. A huge thank you. Fortunately we have space to expand beyond 600 if needed. ... time to get that schedule up.
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Jeff Wilson 8h
Replying to @swardley
your maps are fascinating to me. You've rebuilt mercantilist economics using frontier logic and words. But at the end of the day your land/expand maps are just describing floats from venture capital aren't they? You made relationship of Queen Isabella to Columbus into product.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 13h
Replying to @swardley
30 tickets sold in 30 mins ... wow. I haven't even put the schedule up yet. All I can say is ... thank you. I always have that panicked moment just beforehand.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 13h
Map Camp 2019 will be on the 15th October at Sadler's Wells Theatre. Eventbrite details here - ... early bird tickets are up. I will be announcing the schedule shortly.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 15h
In 2009, 55% Scotland, 53% Wales and 49% of England were in favour of a death penalty - ... equally, when it comes to remaining in the EU the figures are similar. Correlation does not mean causation. I wish people would stop making rash generalisations.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
Try the cheet sheet (figure 17 in chapter 2) -
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
My goal in life is to one day sit in a conference and listen to some person shred my maps, to show me where I went wrong and present a better map. At that point, I'll be happy knowing that the field has a life of its own.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
No, the thanks in mine. An idea only has value if others listen to it and improve it. So, thank you for starting that journey.
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Simon Wardley #EEA 16h
Replying to @crawled_away
You are very kind and thank you. Just remember I'm stumbling in the dark trying to find a better map as much as anyone. Someone will make a better map, in fact that's a necessity for progress. In order to succeed then my work must be destined for the bin of history
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