Can people be wrapped up in information and technology to the point where they are missing the larger movements in life? I was reminded of this after recently rereading one of my favorite novels, Snow Crash, by Neal Stephenson. Published in 1992, it is a groundbreaking work of science fiction that interweaves a multitude of subjects: history, anthropology, archaeology, computer science, cryptography, … Read More
You can start by paying close attention to the decisions you make moment to moment on a daily basis. Small, consistent adjustments to your daily patterns can have a major impact across time.
Part Four in this week’s series on Education. Matt Candler is the Founder and CEO of 4pt0.org. He makes a compelling case for taking action on public schools: According to the organization’s website, “4.0 schools is a community of entrepreneurs, educators, and families that believes school can be dramatically better for every child. We equip entrepreneurial people to create new … Read More