A 14 minutes summary of research on the addictive nature of software platform design and some interesting examples of how we could design for human goals. Listen for the idea of Net Orchestrated Conviviality as a measure of successful platform design that is focused on human needs. A little Pollyanna in its outlook, but the examples used may help you reflect on your relationship to technology: purposeful? Are you choosing or is it choosing for you? In what ways could a human rather than a money friendly design support you in a more balanced life? The title of this daily activity will not make sense until you get to the end of the talk #justsayin

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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:

#tds363 Time spent or Time well spent? (Jun 27, 2016)
#tds710 Time spent or Time well spent? (Jun 9, 2017)

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