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Lab notes

It's a bit about self-indulgent, but yesterday, The Canberra Times ran a feature on acidlabs' founder, Stephen Collins, touching on his work, his passions and the creation of TEDxCanberra. It particularly looks at Stephen's low-key, empowering style of leadership; it's an unusual approach in a...

Shouldn't we see this as an opportunity not a problem? Where are the people in the business community calling for dramatic and revolutionary innovation in the energy sector?...

Creativity, innovation and inspiration comes in many forms. It doesn't require a scientist or an inventor or an ethicist. Sometime, the sheer pleasure of being present to the thing you love doing most makes for the most transcendent of moments. Here, Galen Hooks of The LXD,...

Originally published on purecaffeine.com, this is the first ever guest post on acidlabs. Written by longtime acidlabs friend, Nathanael Boehm, it's a fantastic reflection on creative and knowledge work and measuring its value. From time to time, with acidlabs' focus shift for 2012, we'll be...

Thierry De Baillon involved us in his project as one of his 20 Thinkers; folk who have strong views on collaborative enterprise and a great deal of experience working in or envisioning what such an organisation might look and behave like. We're in illustrious company....

Fellow open government advocate, Craig Thomler, has asked a very important question in his latest post: I wonder, should Australian political parties have explicit policies for Open Government and Government 2.0 with commitments to the use of online media and support for online engagement by public...

The ridiculous proposition from the UK government overnight that access to social media for those participating in social unrest (and, yes, blatant criminality) beggars belief. The problems currently in the UK are, undoubtedly, symptomatic of a wide and deep set of infernally complex circumstances in that...