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An F-center, Farbe center or color center (from the original German Farbzentrum; Farbe means color, and zentrum center) is a type of crystallographic defect in which an anionic vacancy in a crystal is filled by one or more unpaired electrons. Electrons in such a vacancy tend to absorb light in the visible spectrum such that a material that is usually transparent becomes colored. This is used to identify many compounds, especially zinc oxide (yellow).
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Wealthy “spend-o-nauts” announce plans to mine asteroids for precious minerals, and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals whether or not it’s bullshit. (7:31)
Grok is a word coined by Robert A. Heinlein for his 1961 science-fiction novel, Stranger in a Strange Land, where it is defined as follows:
Grok means to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed—to merge, blend, intermarry, lose identity in group experience. It means almost everything that we mean by religion, philosophy, and science—and it means as little to us (because of our Earthling assumptions) as color means to a blind man.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines to grok as “to understand intuitively or by empathy; to establish rapport with” and “to empathize or communicate sympathetically (with); also, to experience enjoyment”.
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- Do your research (p. 163)
- Just get busy
- Turn to the message boards (p. 164)
- Establish context and be specific
- Prepare your data set
- Qualify your workers (p. 165)
- Define clear, simple and specific roles
- Communicate clearly, in detail and often
- Don’t micromanage; have an open mind for new ways of thinking (p. 166)
- Pay to play – that is, go for quality first, then price
- Prepare for the flood
- Be open to new working methodologies (p. 167)
List of How to Crowdsource from Bold.
Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler, “Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World,” (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2015), 163-167.
- Focus on the user
- Share Everything
- Look for Ideas Everywhere
- Think Big, but Start Small
- Never Fail to Fail
- Spark with Imagination, Fuel with Data
- Be a Platform
- Have a Mission That Matters
List of Google’s 8 Pillars of Innovation from https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/articles/8-pillars-of-innovation.html
If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.
– Reid Hoffman