Chapter 4

Microsharing for a Healthy Culture

Productive people, busy people, busier and more productive than you can imagine people feel better connected and in touch with the ideas around them than ever before because of microsharing. This aggregation of thoughts is easy to assimilate, without adding more data load on them, and without sacrificing their attention.”

—Montgomery Flinsch

Senior Technical Architect, Mayo Clinic

Humans have conveyed short messages, long with meaning, for as long as 40,000 years. Smoke signals have traversed the airways. Expressive quips filled the Seinfeld show. At all stages and ages, we move forward in small bursts ...

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