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Entries by John M. Eger from 11/2010

Society Is Holding Women Back From Being Creative

| Posted 11.03.2010 | World

Women are playing a vital role in the emerging creative economy. But women must play an even larger role -- or the "left brain" world will take us even deeper into the dark south. Society, not just men alone, are holding women back.

School Boards Don't Work

| Posted 11.04.2010 | Education

Our schools across the United States have a number of problems and frankly, there is no silver bullet.

Sparking Creativity in the Developing World

| Posted 11.09.2010 | Arts

With the creative and innovative use of technology in this new age, maybe the developing nations can get ahead. Examples of what is happening in some parts of the world are encouraging.

Time for Arne Duncan to Walk the Talk About Art and Education

| Posted 11.22.2010 | Education

Clearly we need to change the vocabulary of the educational establishment, change the lenses in the camera and in the process awaken to the competitive demands of this new age.

China Plans To Be a Creative and Innovative Nation

| Posted 11.23.2010 | World

China now boasts more people with Internet connections than any other nation, and is encouraging entrepreneurship of the creative industries. It's al...

A Revolution in Public Art

| Posted 11.24.2010 | Arts

City government abhors all this so-called "street art" or "graffiti". The legality is called into question and it seems some people are outraged too. But, why?

Growing Concerns Over Internet Privacy

| Posted 11.24.2010 | Technology

It is becoming clear that in our increasing zeal to promote the marvels of the Internet, we may be seriously eroding the fundamental rights of the average citizen and consumer.