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 […]
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 […]
My blog featuring radio stories and other “Ideas Worth Listening To.” My goal is to motivate, inspire and help with your own personal success. Using radio as a tool for self-examination may seem bizarre at first, but I feel it's an elegantly simple way to help explain things. When done right, radio has the power to evoke emotions; and, this blog will attempt to stir your emotional core, through a connection you already know. The daily “Ear Openers” will help you cut through the clutter of your work, your money and your routine, and turn the focus on what you want your life to be. So, Tune In. Use the Free Air. And achieve your unlimited potential.
Could a fixation on the language of depression economics actually precipitate a worse economic slump? The Times speculates that a eye toward past downturns could increase our complacency with the […]
Retrofitting the United States with green energy infrastructure presents a multi-trillion dollar herculean challenge to the Obama administration, but one that heralds the renewal of scientific thinking at the national […]
George Soros doesn’t see anything that even remotely resembles his idea of what’s needed to jumpstart economic recovery and so still can’t see the bottom. There’s perhaps no one in […]
This is an interpretation of Niccolo Machivelli's 1517 imcomplete poem L'Asino. The so-called cynic cold-blooded advisor of evil shows a 'parenthetical' aestheticism in his perception of friendship. Friedrich Nietzsche, one of the great prospects of aesthetic politics comes to be a useful tool for the interpretation of Machiavelli's 'poetic therapy'.
In a recent editorial for the Wall Street Journal, author of the Bush-era “torture memos” John Yoo warns against Obama’s closing of Guantanamo and effort to stamp out Geneva-unfriendly interrogation […]