Posts Tagged: network

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

Network Multiplicity – Are Facebook and Google Bound to Take Over the World and Destroy All Competition?

Say what you will about the iPad — its size, design, price, necessity, cool factor, the hype, the coverage — but people sure are saying quite a bit. One interesting thread is around the impact the iPad will have on

Network Multiplicity – Are Facebook and Google Bound to Take Over the World and Destroy All Competition?

Say what you will about the iPad — its size, design, price, necessity, cool factor, the hype, the coverage — but people sure are saying quite a bit. One interesting thread is around the impact the iPad will have on

Eliminating the Space Between

A couple months ago, my friend Jake shared a video that fundamentally changed the way I viewed the world, or at least where it is going. (OK Carine, stop being dramatic). Although I am definitely susceptible to indulging in exaggeration

Eliminating the Space Between

A couple months ago, my friend Jake shared a video that fundamentally changed the way I viewed the world, or at least where it is going. (OK Carine, stop being dramatic). Although I am definitely susceptible to indulging in exaggeration