2018: The Year Of Truth

After years of fake news, lies, and misrepresentations, 2018 may represent the emergence of a strange new phenomena: the truth.

When the Extraterrestrials Arrive

When the extraterrestrials arrive, who will represent you and planet in the ultimate political discussion?

After 50 Years, The Kennedy Magic Is Still Alive

As if it were yesterday, the myth and the magic of JFK are alive and well.

Privacy is Dead

From Amazon to the blockchain, that old-fashioned lock is obsolete!

Technology as a Path to Peace

Technology is emerging as the ultimate connector to provide a new and and significant human engagement that can lead to better understanding and even peace.

The Second Most Exciting Method to Help You Get Pregnant

Finally, science has made the tools for getting pregnant as unobtrusive as they are accurate!

Can Companies Become Our New Top Universities?

Do you really need to go to college when the private sector might just do a better job?

Has Apple "Jumped The Poop" With Its New Animoji?

Personalized emojis are great. But has Apple gone a little too far at its announcement meeting?
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10 Key Rules For Building Powerful Mentor Relationships

A few key relationships can turbo-charge your career.
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It's Time To Rethink Emergency Evacuation Centers

Do emergency shelters just compound that problem?
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How Peter Shankman's ADHD Is the Engine to His Success

What happens when you combine the power of ADHD with the desire to change the world? You become a public relations all-star who knows everything about new media!

One Line On Your Smartphone Email Can Define You As A Loser

If you're apologizing for something that hasn't happened, you're off to a really bad start.
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Tech Degree or Liberal Arts? We're Missing the Point!

Yes, a liberal arts education might be great, but it's time to rethink education from the ground up and stop trying to apply yesterday rules to a new technology-based world.
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The Style of Innovation: Elon Musk vs. Nikola Tesla

Big and bold might just be the type of thinking that can also kill innovation.
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Is American Healthcare Innovation in the ICU?

Consumers want innovation in healthcare. They're not getting what they want, at least not yet.
The Single Most Dangerous Word In Social Media

The Single Most Dangerous Word In Social Media

Need to get a company's attention in the world of failed products and horrible customer service?

A Scientific Perspective For Making Better Decisions

While multiple factors must be considered in any decision, the intrinsic stability or instability of a system or scenario can be a powerful tool in guiding decision making.

The Pastor Who Found God In Technology

God may not just be in the details, but in your smartphone.
Source: Pew Research Center

The Psychology of Bias in the Digital Age

Subtle yet powerful, the Internet is subconsciously driving our choices.
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I Got Hacked! Fibs, Fantasies, and Techo-Lies

Is technology the newest excuse for being late, lazy and lackadaisical?
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Why You Just Might Fall in Love With a Robot

Thoughts on human compassion and a bag of bolts.
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The Risk of Stroke and Dementia Masked by Simple Colors

New data suggest that sugar substitutes might be dangerous. The trick is to hide this issue with simple and powerful branding.
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The Collaborative Error That's Killing Innovation

The problem with conventional collaboration is that it often drives us to more of an intellectual average than to true innovation.
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United Airlines and the Short Fuse of Social Media

The temptation to throw companies and people off the cliff is a real problem.

The Artistic Side of Artificial Intelligence

Need a portrait? Your fine artist might just be a computer.

Why Language Really Matters

The search of patients for drug trials is doomed by language.

Technology's Battle for IQ, EQ, or Something Very Different

Enough with IQ and EQ. Technology is demanding its own score.