Inspiration

May 28, 2013
Learning Children

God Bless the Child

We need to learn more from children, especially what makes them passionate about learning. Arden Hayes is a little boy with a passion for US presidential history. At age 5, he knows more about the holders of America’s chief office than, I would wager, many graduate students slogging through advanced […]
April 30, 2013
Kevin Kelly

The Period of Awesomeness

Kevin Kelly is one of Wired Magazine’s great scribes. Recently, he went on a photo journalistic walkabout in San Francisco’s booming SoMa (South of Market) start up quarter. The neighborhood is a honeycomb of now trendy warehouses and lofts, the perfect work and design space for young paradigm shifters. Kelly […]
April 17, 2013
Sheryl Sandberg

Two Sides of the Same Female Empowerment Coin: Sheryl Sandberg & Dr. Anita

Empowering more women as a means of enabling greater economic prosperity and social gains across the board is so obvious on many levels. Anything that self-evident can lull us into a complacent mood. When news comes along that moves the dial again, we really ought to perk up our ears. […]
April 11, 2013
Bjørn Lomborg

Of the Green & the Glossy

Bjørn Lomborg is a curious fellow as many dissenters are. He’s part of the priesthood of influential environmentalists, but also expends a great deal of energy attacking green folly. There’s more to the mention of “expends energy” than alliteration. Lomborg, author of The Skeptical Environmentalist, isn’t signing on to Earth […]