Yesterday, I threatened you with a stream of videos that were supposed to be in a v-book edition of What Would Google Do?. Here are two more.
First, a discussion about beta-think – releasing products as betas to learn and collaborate – and the end of the myth of perfection:
Next, a video my editor likes better than I do about capturing the wisdom even of the moving crowd. I recorded it last winter on a very cold run over a nearby interstate (so cold, it was hard to talk).
In addition to What Would Google Do? the book, the ebook, the Kindle book, the audio book, the video, and the PowerPoint, we were planning to release a so-called V-book with videos interspersed throughout the digital text. Never happened. So in a bald effort to drum up sales anew for my book (or frighten them away), I thought I’d share the videos here, one or two a day.
The first: a rumination on progress in front of the estate Ditchley near Oxford:
Another from the Ditchley estate about the haha (bald attempt to find a useful metaphor about openness and collaboration):
I was inspired to put up these videos because this reader wanted more videos here. Blame him.