Is curiosity dying in our culture? Does having the world’s knowledge at our fingertips lessen the gusto we once had when pursuing a new endeavor or idea? Cultivating lasting curiosity has become more...Read More
The economy is poised for a transformation as the largest generation on the planet, the Millennials, enter their prime working and spending years. Technology and the Internet have created new...Read More
I wouldn’t consider myself an environmentalist or as tree-hugging as many of my Millennial peers but I would consider myself a minimalist. For those looking to declutter in an increasingly cluttered...Read More
How was your teleport to work today? How is the coffee that the robot barista brewed for you? What time is our hologram meeting with London? These are sample questions that you and I have never asked...Read More
In 2014, the World Cup, Ebola, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Sochi Olympics, and Frozen captivated the world’s curiosity. In 2015, the world’s curiosity and attention will transfer to many of the...
Once upon a time, there was a mathematician and inventor named Sissa who created chess. One day Sissa showed his inventive game to the ruler at the time and he was so impressed that he decided to...Read More
Millennials are lazy, entitled, consumed by technology, narcissistic, shallow in their social connections, and just don’t care. Or maybe people aren’t looking in the right places, like social media,...Read More
Technology is now an extension of us. The new question of the day is not “if” but “when” should I introduce my kids to technology. Research has found that the Internet and technology have rewired our...Read More