Posts Tagged ‘system

Biologist Mark Pagel shares an intriguing theory about why humans evolved our complex system of language. He suggests that language is a piece of "social technology" that allowed early human tribes to access a powerful new tool:...

Unlike a computer, we can not add more RAM to our brains. So we have to free up RAM so we can think more. David Allen gives us a system to set us free. Check out this and other Do Lecture's at The mind is for having ideas not holding them - Do...

Prosperity Without Growth? says that the current global recession should be the occasion to forge a new economic system equipped to avoid the shocks and negative impacts associated with our reliance on growth. Ahead of the G20 Summit in London, the report...

Email overload has finally met its match. Tomorrow, Gmail is rolling out a new feature called Priority Inbox that is going to be a Godsend for those of you who dread opening your email. In short, Google has built a system that figures out which of...

This pedagogical reform boldly promotes innovation and self-directed learning in the Danish education system by recognizing this millennium's shift to an ideas-based global economy. Wanna Improve Education? Demolish the Classrooms |...

Consumers are more sophisticated than ever these days, so simply claiming to be “the best” is not enough. Testimonials offer an independent indication that you have done a good job and can help reassure new or nervous buyers, as well as distinguishing...

A guy named Matthew Somerville has created a Google maps mash-up that uses public data from the London government to show the real-time locations of trains in the London Underground system. If you're not in London, this won't be of much practical use,...

A 2hr interview with David Walsh author of Source Control,with good Q&A at the end, with plenty of detials about system design and outsourcing. read original post at Muselife Stream, Not long ago, Jeff Mills (@goldmills) got a...

Whether you're an old veteran of time tracking and are curious to see alternatives to your current system, or you're new to the premise and curious to see what kind of apps people use, we've got five solid tools to showcase. via Five Best Time-Tracking...

The conference proposition is that Gov 2.0 will be analogous to an operating system. And it's a compelling metaphor: an open framework, always on in the background, that provides the platform to access all the services you need to get on with...

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