Three Great Reads for Sunday Morning: Cybercrime in a Beehive of Missed Calls 2

Here are three great reads I came across as I cleared my RSS feeds this Sunday morning. I hope you enjoy.

  1. The Great Cyberheist.  A rich story from the NYT Magazine recounting the world’s largest cybercrime, played out as a double agent working for the FBI and Secret Service while also continuing to perform his craft, consume drugs, and baffle IT security specialists.  
  2. Five Habits of Highly Effective Hives.  Don’t let the name fool you, this post has some buzz about it.  Nothing old school here as Thomas Seely discuses how the behavioral patterns and decision mechanisms of bees can teach us something useful about organizational life and decision making.  Anyone interested in crowdsourcing will find some relevant ideas.
  3. The Missed Call: The Decade’s Zeitgeist?  Jeremy Wagstaff rounds off the weekend reading with a very thoughtful post about the meaning creation process with missed calls. 

Hope you enjoy!


  1. Hi Daniel. Thanks for swinging by the blog and leaving the feedback. Lots of great reading this past weekend, and I wish they could all be that way.

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