A whole new mind

moving from the information age to the conceptual age

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This is a book that you have to read. A Whole New Mind is a groundbreaking look at how we should live our lives in a world turned upside down by rising affluence, the outsourcing of good jobs abroad, and the computerization of our lives; a world fast ...Continua
Wrote 8/11/11
A pretty insightful book on how we should position ourselves or our children to face the demands of the future workplace. In the old days, we are trained to become a knowledge worker (left brain learning). But with the avalanche of online information...Continua
Wrote 10/9/09
A Model for Right-brained Education
The age of left-brain dominated "knowledge workers" is fading. We are entering a new era where right-brain thinking will revolutionize the worker and the workplace. Educators can employ strategies to help students improve their right-brain thinking....Continua
Wrote 7/18/09

Section 3[return]Innovation

Wrote 5/31/08

read part of the book while having a job in Taipei

Wrote 9/18/07
More and more knowledge workers who graduated from academy find job in China mainland. And the speed of capital accumulating cause the middle class vanish in the world. In America, some programmers, MBA, and attorney who write papers of action lose t...Continua

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