Stephen Wolfram, the computer genius who authored the computational software Mathematica in 1998 and wrote A New Kind of Science in 2002, has built a new search engine. It’s called […]
Howard Sosin was the kind of Wall Street dealmaker who flourished in the footloose days of the mid-80s. As the founder of AIG Financial Products, he invented many of the […]
Using trans epidermal nervous stimulation by way of an elastic sleeve and computer it is possible to create a peristaltic wave in the skeletal muscles. This, along with the valves in veins would assist the heart. Seen as effective for assist after auto collision when chest damage precludes traditional CPR..or possibly PAD
Privacy as we knew it in the days of paper and pens is gone, and it isn’t coming back. Short of withdrawing from our dominant means of communication, i.e., the […]
Clay Christensen, Harvard Business School professor, global business guru, and Big Think expert chats on Education Week tomorrow on the merits of “dispruptive innovation.“ Christensen has turned education reform on […]
The pursuit of "energy security" has brought us to the brink. It is directly responsible for numerous wars, big and small; for unprecedented environmental degradation; for global financial imbalances and meltdowns; for growing income disparities; and for ubiquitous unsustainable development.
I hope I will be wrong and Adam Smith was right this time-there is moral businessman or businesswoman, never a George Soros or a hybrid “Solos” from China, Britain, or Russia to short sell our Banks! rnrnGod bless America!rnrn
The personal computer is an example of a disruptive innovation that allowed a whole new population of people to use it. Eventually it was improved to the point that the […]
Despite obstacles, including an estimated $350 trillion price tag, a University of Arizona astronomer wants to save the earth from global warming by firing trillions of mirrors ito the stratosphere […]
When Google cataloged its one-trillionth web page last year, it seemed like an event of epistemological proportions. Trillions aren’t just bandied about—unless we are talking about the federal deficit or […]
The way we use information is about to change. We have spent the last 40 years using computers to recreate our old 19th-century paper documents, and now we have a mess on our hands.
The Darkest Age of Journalism Take 2: Cramer vs Jon Stewart The bravest and noble Lady Katharine Graham, the late Publisher of Washington Post was long gone! The spirit of young, hungry and innocent Bob Woodward was gone too!
An economic system that forces people to sell their labor in order to survive is not sustainable. Here's why.
The basketball and hip-hop culture term "dunkadelic" was created in 1997. Should the hoops and hip-hop inspired term be applied to the American English dictionary?
What causes the Housing bubble and the result of recession! (See the cunning Greenspan, he only mentioned Housing Bubble not recession in his article! I do not buy it). ANSWER: THE PHILOSOPHICAL FLAW OF CAPITALISM!
On Feb. 27, 09, Prof. Krugman in his NYT column stated that “ this budget looks very, very good”, that worries me!rnrn
Europe has wisdom, sense, spirits and a good virtue. Yet, it appears that she disorderly managed valuable values. It is the time now to reinvent these and to work together on widening and deepening, due to believes in our prosperity and welfare.