The 'ultramobile' is replacing desktops. We're turning a new corner on the highway of parenting kids surrounded by technology. It's an increasingly individual experience in constant flux. What worked today may not work tomorrow. Be ready.
More jobs rely on intangible qualities rather than measurable goods, knowledge, or skills. Countries and colleges, too, must look to the invisible assets of social, intellectual, and organizational 'capital."
Businesses, government, and individuals seek better cyber security measures, as cyberattacks mount in the US. One key focus is how to protect 'critical' systems such as power, water, and transportation.
The latest United Nations report on inclusive wealth should be a warning to US economists. Their preoccupation with current and aggregate GDP as a measure of economic well being may be keeping us from achieving our nation's true wealth.
Altruism in the glue of society, the "social capital" that binds human and financial capital. Communities where people care for one another also have lower unemployment rates and higher quality of life.
Kayaking as learning: learning should be more like kayaking, explains one knowledge expert, and the experience of picking information should be treated like an action sport, a whitewater rafting trip navigating the waters of knowledge and interaction.