Monthly Archives: October 2015

What should we teach our kids now that Knowledge is Obsolete? Part 1 – the Questions

OK, I was inspired by Pavan Arora, Director of Content at IBM Watson a few weeks ago when he spoke at the Information Development World Conference in San Jose.  He went way beyond the (rather creepy) IBM Watson video he … Continue reading

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Watch “Go with your gut feeling | Magnus Walker | TEDxUCLA” on YouTube

I enjoyed this talk – aligns with ideas I’ve been running across lately, pointing to the power of curiosity & instinct to help your life go in a good direction.  I like the idea that I don’t have to come … Continue reading

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How to get what you want when you’re 13

I’m pretty proud of my son, who’s 13 years old and in 8th grade. He came to me a few weeks ago and said, “Mom, I want to start a Minecraft server again.”  He gave me a bit of background, … Continue reading

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