Andrew Zolli





Andrew Zolli

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I think and work at the intersection of global innovation, social change and resilience.

I’m the Executive Director and Chief Creative Officer of PopTech.

We bring together a community of innovators from many different fields to share ideas and to work on new approaches to some of the world’s toughest problems. We identify and train some of the most amazing people you’ll ever meet, doing things you cannot believe humanity is up to. We get them to work together on truly world-changing projects, doing stuff nobody has ever tried before, in areas like public health, climate, and violence cessation. And once a year we bring them together at much-beloved gatherings on the coast of Maine. Together, we’re crafting a new, collaborative approach to di
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Continuing the recent theme of bringing emotional richness to social media, FastCo.Exist has details of Introjis, emoticons designed for introverts by designer Rebecca Evie Lynch.


Introjis allow introverted users to express a natural and healthy affinity for solitude or quietude, and wordlessly express the occasional distress or fatigue that comes from being in the crowd too long. They’re an evo...

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“The small scale of the groups within such networks helps them remain agile, while the many-to-many ties in the larger network ensure that even if 10 percent or 20 percent of its membership is eliminated, the network as a whole will continue to function. "How many times have we killed the number three in al-Qaeda? In a network, everyone is number three," notes [US Naval Postgraduate School professor of defense analysis Dr. John] Arquilla, dryly.”
Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back

“At the center of this remarkable story was a clear, shared vision of the bank as a long-term social institution first, and a short-term profit-making institution second.”
Andrew Zolli, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back



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