Monthly Archives: December 2010

What To Expect in 2011?

Share your predictions! 2011: The Year of the Brain (and Other Trends) Frustrated? Stuck? Put Yourself in Creativity Boot Camp. Creative Minds 2011 : Watch Blake Mycoskie’s Exclusive Interview (VIDEO) Watch Interview With Leilani Münter (VIDEO) Watch Exclusive Interview With … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged | Leave a comment

What’s The Role Of The United States In the World Today?

As 2010 draws to a close, what is the role of the United States in the world today? From the ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to the cuts to social programs here at home, where is there emerging hope … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged | Leave a comment

Start Preparing Ourselves For The Artificial Intelligence Realities

Please read also my blog: Your Future With Robots “Biology is not destiny. It was never more than tendency. It was just nature’s first quick and dirty way to compute with meat. Chips are destiny.” ~ Bart Kosko (a fuzzy … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged , | Leave a comment

What words best define 2010 for you?

What words best define 2010 for you? Can you sum up 2010 in one word? What word would you choose or like to add to that list? John Morse, Merriam-Webster’s president and publisher, said the noun saw more than 250,000 … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Leave a comment

It’s New Year’s Resolutions Time!

A New Year’s resolution is something that goes in one Year and out the other ~ Anonymous Many people look forward to the New Year for a new start on old habits ~ Anonymous Good resolutions are simply checks that … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged | Leave a comment

A Story Of Maths For All

BBC The Story of Maths Ep1: The Language of the Universe Series about the history of mathematics, presented by Oxford professor Marcus du Sautoy. After showing how fundamental mathematics is to our lives, du Sautoy explores the mathematics of ancient … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged | Leave a comment

Too Important To Be Left To Chance

The generation of random numbers is too important to be left to chance The Drunkard’s Walk – The Mathematics of Randomness” by physicist and one-time Star Trek writer Leonard Mlodinow provides an entertaining and thought-provoking read on probability, randomness and … Continue reading

Posted in Culture | Tagged , | Leave a comment