Monthly Archives: August 2009

Singularity University – Team Projects


Singularity University is one of the most interesting developments in education in some time.    SU is bringing together experts in neuroscience, artificial intelligence, engineering, and other thought leaders along with business leaders.   The discussions include abstract topics as well … Continue reading

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Intellectual Stimulus Plan: Make All Scientific Journal Subscriptions Free


Although I’m not a big fan of Government spending I’d like to offer a suggestion to President Obama and the big spending gang – negotiate an agreement with all the leading scientific journals that will make all scientific papers free … Continue reading

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Wave!


Stumbled on this great collage of videos from French lighthouses during storms. I think one of them is La Jument,  which is where the most famous of all lighthouse wave pictures was taken some years ago showing the keeper standing … Continue reading

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Chico the Wonder Dog: The World’s Cutest Dog? Well….


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Did you apologize to your kids today for spending all their allowance money? And tens of thousands more of their money. For the rest of your life.


Did you thank your kid today for all the money they’ve been loaning you? As a supporter of many of the changes President Obama has brought to our national table it’s painful to watch so many folks simply back away … Continue reading

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Ask Yourself: What Would Prove me WRONG?


An excellent comment I heard recently suggested how we are primed to look for the data that supports what we are already believe rather than challenge our own visions of the world by asking what arguably is the most important … Continue reading

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