Tag Archives: Humanities

Why the EU is Better Off Without the UK

Shortly after the Brexit vote, a French diplomat was quoted as saying, Before, Britain had one foot in and one foot out. Now, they have one foot out and one foot in. Ironic truth. To me, it is crystal clear … Continue reading

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Why the EU is Failing

News flash: The very day of this writing, former president of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso announced that he has been hired by the banking firm, Goldman Sachs, in a “non-executive advisory role.” Goldman Sachs was the bank that … Continue reading

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RIP Michel Rocard

Michel Rocard is dead. It will be a long time before any political figure appears, in France or anywhere else, that has his rigorous intellect, his ethical position, or his clarity of vision. He saw the need for France to … Continue reading

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Transformation Society Collaborations with Adobe: Comprehensive Links

Update, 17 September 2015: Adobe has a new platform for its recorded webinars. Links to the recordings are now updated and will work correctly. It is important to follow the Instructions for viewing them, which is also updated. ————————————– As Promised, here … Continue reading

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Who Has a License to Drive the Information Superhighways?

Update – 2 March 2015: The promised part 2 of this post is now published! The former U.S. Vice President Al Gore coined the term, “information superhighways” to describe the Internet. It was a great political slogan, and Gore was certainly … Continue reading

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EuroIA – Design for Good

I can’t begin to express how much this year’s EuroIA conference affected me – in so many positive ways. This was a conference of Information Architects, which I attended for the first time 2 years ago, in Prague. This year’s … Continue reading

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Why I Left Facebook

I left Facebook on June 16, 2013. I hated to leave – ever since I’d been in touch with former classmates, and people from my original home town, an extraordinarily special place, I have really cherished my Facebook contacts, old … Continue reading

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