ANTHROPOLOGY OF MARKETS; CARBON EMISSIONS


Who Said Daydreaming at Work Is Bad?


ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN TRANSITION

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WARREN BUFFETT says he invests only in firms that have moats built around them. Originally conceived to protect castles, moats are increasingly being talked about in new technology circles: Are the Silicon Valley champions of disruption building moats?


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Love letters had to be sneaked into the notebooks. Image by the author


Science finds that daydreaming carries significant creative and problem-solving benefits at work

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EVERYDAY TECHNOLOGIES AND INVISIBLE INVENTORS

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Margaret Knight’s image on her invention. Image by Anup Sam Ninan


DIGITAL FOOTPRINT

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Graphic design by the author

The life of an internet minute


EVERYDAY TECHNOLOGIES AND INVISIBLE INVENTORS


MAHATMA GANDHI’S VIEWS ON RACE, ESPECIALLY BLACKS

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Anup Sam Ninan PhD

Runaway academic. EU external expert. Knowledge entrepreneur. Flirting with AI/Conversational Technologies. Live in multiple worlds. More: https://bit.ly/AnupN

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