Is internet access a human right? Even if it's not now, Nicholas Negroponte says it will be considered as such in due time.
Former Prime Minister of Denmark Anders Fogh Rasmussen discusses the coming political ramifications of climate change.
The Venerable Losang Samten, a renowned Tibetan scholar and a former Buddhist monk, stresses the virtues of being mindful, kind, and patient.
Being a socially responsible company is a powerful way to change the world. It's also a great way to advertise yourself to clients and create a loyal customer base.
You exist within dozens of social and professional ecosystems. Lasting success in both realms depends on your ability to foster these ecosystems and build connections between them.
Every three years, the Rhode Island Foundation gives out several $300,000 grants to "innovation fellows" who need a jolt of cash to test their bold ideas. The inaugural class wraps up their fellowships this week.
It couldn't be more grimly ironic that science and medicine are being obstructed by a stalemate over payment for health care. Here's a short message to America from the UK on universal health care, that's worth chewing over:
Thanks to @Phylogenomics for the screenshot collection and Dan Bull for the video.
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