23 May '11, 1pm

Reminded this morning of my (brief) review of @umairh's New Capitalist Manifesto and @gapingvoid's Evil Plans:

Reminded this morning of my (brief) review of @umairh's New Capitalist Manifesto and @gapingvoid's Evil Plans:

Ever since the financial collapse of 2008, I've sensed a groundswell of an emerging new vision for our economy. I'm not talking about specific, quick fixes or big government interventions, but a wholesale rebooting away from an economy based upon free credit, cheap oil, and toxic assets. I'm talking about a new, values-based and highly creative way of doing business, living our lives, and building our world. A better way that unleashes the power of human creativity to do what our species does best: adapt and innovate. Two new books exemplify this new vision of the world: Hugh MacLeod's Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination and Umair Haque's The New Capitalist Manifesto: Building a Disruptively Better Business . On the surface, these two books appear to have little in common: Haque's is "covered" in crinkled brown paper wrapper, as if the reader should hide...

Full article: http://www.thegreenskeptic.com/2011/02/review-evil-plans-...

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