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Dear community members,
We are launching our third fellowship in partnership with Mudrex on ‘Web3, Crypto & Future of Work’.
In our first fellowship on Web3 & Crypto, we explored the foundations basics of blockchain technology and the underlying thesis of web3; in the second fellowship called Web3, Crypto & Society we went a step further to unpack the social implications of this technological revolution; now in the third edition of the Web3, Crypto & Future of Work fellowship, we will look at -
The evolving nature of future of work, and how students and professional can navigate this complex changing environment.
The broad trends and patterns of change.
What do careers of the future look like.
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NC Mumbai Meetup | November 11, 2022 at 7:30pm
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Practical World History
Change happens gradually, then suddenly. Let’s be prepared for it. The first step is to understand its history and moral geography.
History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes. Keeping these period of history in mind will help you explore contemporary trends with greater clarity. This course is designed to help -
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💌 Twitter's blue tick dilemma and ethics of business strategy - That said, a more philosophical question should be explored. Is free speech truly free if it comes with a price tag? Pragmatics will argue that it is an opt-in feature and that Twitter needs to make money. Idealists would suggest that it unfairly discriminates those who cannot pay but you should evaluate what percentage of those with blue ticks will struggle to pay $8/month. Those who cannot pay but want the blue tick should ask themselves why.
💌 Coinbase: Mission-First or Antipolitical? - Rebels can make the workplace richer with diversity of views and convictions. But is there a point at which activism goes awry? Should CEOs negotiate with activists within or just let them go? Should companies who operate at the intersection of public, policy and technology shut their eyes to political truths?
💌 Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh - In his David Letterman interview, Shah Rukh Khan had mentioned (and we have paraphrased) ‘I’m an employee of the myth of Shah Rukh Khan’. But instead of trying to deconstruct the myth and legend of Shah Rukh, we will direct you towards our community member Shrayana’s love letter to him. Today, as we celebrate him, take a moment to watch her masterclass on Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh. Take a look.
Have a wonderful week ahead.
— Your Network Capital Team
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” — Viktor E Frankl