Episode 0.14 Deep in Their Bones

Tech Companies Which Just Can't Pivot, Denominations Don't Change Fast Either, Dealing in Institutional Realities

Tagged: art, Christianity, technology

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In which we talk about how watching companies like Google, Apple, and Facebook try to “pivot”—that is, attempting (and usually failing) to do something outside their core areas of competency—highlights the difficulty of institutional change in general. We apply this idea to everything from the strengths and weaknesses of different Christian denominations to the way structural change occurs in the government.

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