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  |  October 31, 2013

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Accents of the Mind (Despatch #5)

  |  May 13, 2012

In another piece from our book of reflections on the events of 2011, Despatches from the Invisible Revolution, Pat Kane reflects on the political uses of neuroscience, not least in the electoral triumph of the Scottish National Party – as well as the contrasting atmospheres of his two home cities, Glasgow and London. Neuro-psycho-evo-year So […]

Despatch #4: Creative and Collaborative

  |  April 19, 2012

In the age of the Big Society, politicians seem to be in love with the idea of people getting together and doing things for themselves. But the reality of grassroots collaborative activity poses a deep challenge to the role and identity of our political representatives. Continuing the theme of Dougald’s post on new forms of […]

Despatch #3: In the future, everyone will be powerful for 15 minutes!

  |  April 12, 2012

From The Observer’s hunt for Britain’s New Radicals to yoxi.tv’s search for Social Innovation Rockstars, it seems there’s a push to make celebrities out of individuals involved in social change. But in the latest piece from our book, Despatches from the Invisible Revolution, Dougald Hine argues that this is at odds with the actual sources […]

Despatch #2: Egypt’s Quest for Dignity

  |  March 21, 2012

Our new book, Despatches from the Invisible Revolution, is a collection of reflections on the events of 2011. In the second post taken from it, Anna Björkman remembers her hopes and fears for the friends she had left behind in Alexandria, as she listens to the news of the Egyptian revolution. You can order the […]

Despatch #1: On becoming a conservative

  |  February 23, 2012

This month, we’re publishing the first New Public Thinking book. Despatches from the Invisible Revolution ( pharmacycanada available to buy now through PediaPress) is a collection of reflections on the events of 2011. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be publishing each of the pieces in the book as a post on this site, so […]

Launching our first book: ‘Despatches from the Invisible Revolution’

  |  February 21, 2012

(Order your copy of Despatches from the Invisible Revolution now from PediaPress.) price comparison viagra cialis levitra In the Industrial Revolution, you could point at a steam engine and ask: ‘What on earth is that?’ What defines the Invisible Revolution is that there’s nothing to point at, no totemic object that conveys the power and […]

Call for submissions: Reflections on 2011

  |  November 29, 2011

Update: please visit our Review of 2011 page for more information on how to contribute. We are looking for contributions to our first New Public Thinking book, a moment of reflection at the end of a year of networked disruption. More from Keith Kahn-Harris and Dougald Hine… 2011 has been an extraordinary year. It was […]