Pace Layering: How Complex Systems Learn and Keep Learning


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★ Pace layering: How complex systems learn and keep learning ~
5 days ago by cying
"Civilizations with long nows look after things better," says Brian Eno. "In those places you feel a very strong but flexible structure which is built to absorb…
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7 days ago by toph
Pace Layering: How Complex Systems Learn and Keep Learning
Pace layers provide many-leveled corrective, stabilizing feedback throughout the system. It is in the contradictions between these layers that civilization finds its surest health. I propose six significant levels of pace and size in a robust and adaptable civilization.
culture  design  complexity  learning 
7 days ago by euler
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7 days ago by demon386
Pace layers provide many-leveled corrective, stabilizing feedback throughout the system. It is in the contradictions between these layers that civilization finds its surest health. I propose six significant levels of pace and size in a robust and adaptable civilization.
learning  complexity 
7 days ago by geetarista
"Fast learns, slow remembers.  Fast proposes, slow disposes.  Fast is discontinuous, slow is continuous.  Fast and small instructs slow and big by accrued innovation and by occasional revolution.  Slow and big controls small and fast by constraint and constancy."
learning  plasticity 
7 days ago by lucastheis
"Civilizations with long nows look after things better," says Brian Eno.  "In those places you feel a very strong but flexible structure which is built to absorb shocks and in fact incorporate them.
design  ifttt  pinboard  pocket 
7 days ago by dagh
“Fast learns, slow remembers.  Fast proposes, slow disposes.  Fast is discontinuous, slow is continuous.  Fast and small instructs slow and big by accrued innovation and by occasional revolution.  Slow and big controls small and fast by constraint and constancy.  Fast gets all our attention, slow has all the power.”
complexity  culture 
8 days ago by leereamsnyder
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"Civilizations with long nows look after things better," says Brian Eno. "In those places you feel a very strong but flexible structure which is built to absorb…
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11 days ago by patrick
"Civilizations with long nows look after things better," says Brian Eno.  "In those places you feel a very strong but flexible structure which is built to absorb shocks and in fact incorporate them. via Pocket
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12 days ago by thewavingcat
The idea of pace layering has a history. 
pacelayering  shearinglayers  stewartbrand 
12 days ago by mayonissen
More on Pace Layering from Stewart Brand. Since reading the book, and watching the talk I posted a while ago, I can't stop thinking about this and how it affects my work at the moment. Big institutions have layers. The pain I regularly feel in trying to affect change is because I'm doing something wrong and/or too quickly in the wrong the layer.
ofinterest  design  pace-layering 
13 days ago by markboulton
"Civilizations with long nows look after things better," says Brian Eno. "In those places you feel a very strong but flexible structure which is built to absorb…
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