RT TrungTPhan: ASML is the most important company you've never heard of.

The $220B Dutch firm makes the machines that make semiconductors. Each one costs $150m and access to them are a huge geopolitical flashpoint.

Here's a breakdown 🧵

Looking through Noun Project and found this perfect representation of "Quantum Mechanics" 🤣 😸📦

RT GraphyJ: Are you a New Zealand maths teacher? Maths Craft in a Box launches on Wed 17 August! An entirely free, self-contained box dedicated to exploring the fascinating world of in the classroom. Get yours: mathscraftnz.org/box \@PunahaMatatini \@UCNZ

Below is a recap of our first Oblique Thinking Hour, where we considered fantastical future scenarios together.
Join us next month for the second one! orgmycology.com/our-first-obli

2 hours of my life and an erroneous notification email to realize that the cron expression:

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3rd day of week (Wed)

Executes EVERY Wednesday because...reasons:

If you've got some time in about an hour come along to our very first

Oblique Thinking Hour

a delightful exploration of fun faciltiation and interactive meeting practices and skills in a community of organizational change-makers.

Details in the 🧵 👇

QT jduckles: 🚨 From the team of \@DanSholler, \@Borhane_B_H and \@bduckles, announcing

The Oblique Thinking Hour


I was today years old when I realized we had bats this freaking big in the world. Snopes says its about 1ft "tall", and has a 5ft wingspan. Still freaking cool.

QT tonyserrata: 5 foot bat in the Philippines. Yes it's real. No it won't eat you. It's a herbivore. But holy crap is huge. They're a thing there.

The Diego Rivera murals at the Detroit Art Institute are browsable online. Such powerful art evoking an era, its people and an oft forgotten, but genuinely amazing city. artsandculture.google.com/stor

Oh yeah, forgot the team includes me too \@jduckles 🤦🏽‍♂️😂

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The Oblique Thinking Hour is a project of the consulting collaboration Organizational Mycology. Where we work to be inspired by nature, all walks of humanity, and ancient wisdom to craft collaborations with organizations transform, grow, and flourish.


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Topics such as:
🐌🌲 Biomimetic thinking
🔮💪 Futures exploration
🧑🏿‍🎨👨🏽‍🎨 Co-design
🏢 𝝙 Organizational transformation
🌱⚖️Restorative justice
and more!

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First session next Tue / Wed (Western 🌍/ Eastern 🌏) Aug 9/10.

1pm PT Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

4pm ET Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

8pm UTC Aug 9th (2nd Tuesday of each month)

8am NZT Aug 9th (2nd Wednesday of each month 10am October - March)

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Come to learn.

Come to share.

Come to stretch yourself.

Come to explore.

Come to be surprised.

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A monthly gathering where we explore delightful facilitation experiences with an open community.

Each month we'll have a surprising and thoughtful experience for you.

No preparation required.

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🚨 From the team of \@DanSholler, \@Borhane_B_H and \@bduckles, announcing

The Oblique Thinking Hour


RT Borhane_B_H: Y’all, I’m so excited to see this happen. \@bduckles and \@jduckles have been brewing this for months. It’s the kind of creative solution that can only come from years of experience in designing and facilitating generative workshops.

QT bduckles: Hey folks! Come join us for a surprising and thoughtful facilitated experience.

We’re running 60-min workshops called Oblique Thinking Hour where we play with new ideas.

Register at orgmycology.com/oblique

Team mates on this are: \@Borhane_B_H
and \@bduckles!

We'd love to see you there!

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We do these monthly to explore ideas and relate them to your experiences.

Our first one is NEXT WEEK Tuesday 8/9 (US/Europe) or Wednesday 8/10 (Oceana)

1pm Pacific Time (2nd Tuesday)
4pm Eastern Time (2nd Tuesday)
8pm UTC (2nd Tuesday)
8am New Zealand Time (2nd Wednesday)

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