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Community

How Do You Define Community? - The Art of Relevance,The Art of Relevance - a new book by Nina Simon (The Art of Relevance)

A community is a group of people who share something in common. You can define a community by the shared attributes of the people in it and/or by the strength of the connections among them. You need a bunch of people who are alike in some way, who feel some sense of belonging or interpersonal connection.

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Technology Wins, Society Loses

Technology Wins (DELOITTE )

Platforms are enabling a substantial re-shaping of the supply chain, with virtual kitchens (either entirely new facilities, or under-utilized existing restaurant kitchens) and other innovations that match supply to demand and create new opportunities for entrepreneurial restauranteurs.

Many restaurants have struggled in recent years and there is naturally a concern that the sector might lose out as the market changes. Given the prominent economic and cultural role of restaurants, any impact on their businesses could have important consequences for urban life and the vitality of local economies.
I heard GaryVee share the other day this from the stage at one of his events recently (he keynotes like a mofo… I could never do that!):
Technology wins, every sing...

I don't see how dining out is a supply chain problem. Healthy socially well-adjusted people dine out as part of a shared social experience in a shared space. And let's stop calling it on-demand food service. It's just adding a software layer to the old fashioned pizza delivery that we've had for decades. We live…

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