Who controls the world economy?
Short answer: A shockingly small number of individuals and companies.
In the fascinating TED Talk below, James Glattfelder uses complexity theory to study how control flows through the interconnected globa
It has now been a little over a month since Google's brand new social networking website - Google+ was launched in a limited field trial. During this time, over 25 million+ people have already joined Google+ making it the fastest growing social
I have always been fascinated by computer languages and programming. I have also enjoyed learning and programming in a wide spectrum of languages. One of my first jobs fresh out of graduate school in Computer Science was developing system le
Google's exponential growth and emergence as a technology juggernaut has been driven by one simple but incredibly successful business model : paid search or pay per click (PPC) advertising. Google appears invincible today because it dominates on
There is a post on TechCrunch today about the Top 10 Reasons The Apple iPad Will Put Amazon’s Kindle Out of Business
Certainly the iPad will give some competition to the Kindle - especially the $489 model - but put it out of business ? High
It is now widely acknowledged that America's public school education system is broken and needs fixing. Numerous studies rank US school children well below other countries in science and math tests:
"The average science score of U.S. students
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This is a glimpse of the future of college education and education in general. The convergence of digital multimedia and broadband together with global connectivity is paving the way for a n