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The Red Thread
September 15, 2008, 8:16 am
Filed under: Digital Strategy, Zeitgeist

According to Chinese folklore, when a child is born they are connected by an invisible red thread (or string of fate) to all who will care about them. As the child grows, the thread becomes shorter, drawing them ever closer to people who will impact their destiny.

I’m loving this term and how it can relate to consumer centric design and service oriented architecture- that you can design systems which, as you move through them, will allow the objects that will help you evolve, be drawn to you.

Some of my recent pulled strings:

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    Hey there, thanks for choosing my red thread print to use on your post! -Jaye, from thirteenthstory.com

    Comment by Jaye

    no, no: thank you Jaye!

    Comment by katiechatfield

    [...] renewed my complete crush on Jay Smooth’s smart styling hip-hop video blog Ill Doctrine today, which started waaaaay back in 2008 when I asked Is he talking about politics, rap or the nature of masculinity? Or all [...]

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    […] I renewed my full crush on Jay Clean’s sensible styling hip-hop video weblog Ill Doctrine at this time, which started for me waaaaay back in 2008 when I asked […]

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