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- Episode Transcript
- Rebuilding Meaning (website)
- JRS EP34 – Joe Edelman on the Power of Values
- “Exit the Void: A Movement for Meaning,” by Ellie Hain
- “Rebuilding Society on Meaning,” by Joe Edelman
- A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life, by Heather E. Heying and Bret Weinstein
- JRS EP 173 – Hanzi Freinacht on Metamodern Self-Help
Joe Edelman developed the meaning-based organizational metrics at Couchsurfing.com, then co-founded the Center for Humane Technology with Tristan Harris, and coined the term “Time Well Spent” for a family of metrics adopted by teams at Facebook, Google, and Apple. Since then, he’s worked on the philosophical underpinnings for new business metrics, design methods, and political movements. The central idea is to make people’s sources of meaning explicit, so that how meaningful or meaningless things are can be rigorously accounted for. His previous career was in HCI and programming language design.
Ellie Hain is an artist, researcher, and cultural strategist working on new imaginaries and ideologies for the post-industrial age.