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A New Breed of Humans?

Georgianna Donadio, MSc, Ph.D., D.C. | Posted 01.06.2013 | Healthy Living
Georgianna Donadio, MSc, Ph.D., D.C.

With all these changes in modern medicine, technology and our bodies' ability to adapt and change along with it, are we in essence creating a new breed of humans?

PHOTOS: Futuristic Places To Stay

Home Away | Posted 01.02.2013 | Travel
Home Away

There is no time like the present to live in the future.

Eckhart Tolle: 'The Future Is A Thought' (VIDEO)

Posted 03.28.2014 | Healthy Living

In the video above, Eckhart Tolle dives into the concept of the future and the past -- how neither exists, and there is only the Now. What does h...

SIC Interview With Richard "Koci" Hernandez

David Shing | Posted 10.30.2012 | Technology
David Shing

"You can never get bitten in the ass when you ride the wave of technology" -- Koci Richard is one of those professionals I admire. With over 163,000 ...

Fortune Cookie Wisdom: How Little Words Make A Big Difference

Georgianna Donadio, MSc, Ph.D., D.C. | Posted 12.26.2012 | Healthy Living
Georgianna Donadio, MSc, Ph.D., D.C.

Optimism has been shown to be an important part of good health and wellness. Without such sparks of inspiration or encouragement we can tend to forget that life can be more than just the daily grind of work and responsibility.

Future: 'My Music Is Priceless'

| Posted 12.24.2012 | Miami

By Peter Bailey Original. It's what best describes Future, Atlanta's newest emcee prodigy, who seems undeterred by the challenges innovation bre...

The Demise of Cash

David Wolman | Posted 12.22.2012 | Business
David Wolman

Cash was one of history's greatest technologies. For millennia, cash turbo-boosted commerce and enabled trade between people and cultures across the globe. But in the 20th century, cash's relevance began to diminish.

The Gamification of Education and Training Is Here

Daniel Burrus | Posted 12.18.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

If the big electronic gaming companies want to grow in a slump, they should start an education-gamming division rather than lose some of their best and brightest programmers by letting them become the competition.

Koyakatsi: Enter the Civilization of Light With Director Ayoub Qanir

Jason Silva | Posted 12.18.2012 | Entertainment
Jason Silva

A potential break in the human continuum serves as the backdrop to filmmaker Ayoub Qanir's latest film project, Koyakatsi, equal parts science and art -- a mind-bending marriage of grit, fantasy and style.

How to Accelerate Learning

Daniel Burrus | Posted 12.16.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

Have you noticed that a lot of education--whether in a classroom setting or a corporate training environment--is quite boring? While the professors and trainers are smart and competent, they're also often dull--especially when you have to listen to them talk for multiple hours a week.

3D Printers Can Now Print Chemicals

Daniel Burrus | Posted 12.11.2012 | Technology
Daniel Burrus

3D printers, or additive manufacturing as it is also called, have gone beyond printing prototypes to printing final products ready for use such as jewelry, chairs, human jaw bones, and parts for jet engines to name just a few.

We Can Not Fairly Evaluate Teachers Without First Evaluating Parents

Nicholas Ferroni | Posted 12.11.2012 | Education
Nicholas Ferroni

You would think I would embrace an evaluation system that would ultimately lead to a merit-pay system that would reward me, and other successful teachers, for my success in the classroom... but I don't.

3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) Is Turning the Impossible Into the Possible

Daniel Burrus | Posted 12.10.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

Whether you call it 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing, it is advancing quickly on a global level and offers something that up until recently was impossible: On-demand, anytime, anywhere, by anyone manufacturing.

Students, Universities Must Engage With the World, Then Change It

Dr. William J. Carroll | Posted 12.05.2012 | College
Dr. William J. Carroll

Our young people are called to change the world. How can you change the world without engaging the world? To engage the world, we must prepare students for what they will encounter outside the safety net of the university.

Reviewing The Verizon iPhone 7

Shelly Palmer | Posted 12.01.2012 | Technology
Shelly Palmer

June 2015 - Dateline Cupertino, CA - In a somewhat anticipated, kind of lackluster presentation that felt old and threadbare, Apple announced the debut of the iPhone 7 today to tepid applause and few accolades.

How Do You Take Your Product or Service to the Next Level? Make It Social

Daniel Burrus | Posted 11.27.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

Now that we have over a billion people on Facebook and millions of tweets being tweeted every day, it's time to think about how you could add a social element to your existing products and/or services to engage with a much larger audience.

Vint Cerf on the Future of Human Society

The European Magazine | Posted 11.28.2012 | Technology
The European Magazine

"The Internet was a network which was not designed for anything in particular, but could be used for everything."

Does Your Organization Have a Mobile Strategy to Accelerate Growth?

Daniel Burrus | Posted 11.25.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

A lot of companies have mobile strategies, but they're often focused around smart phones and smart tablets. As such, they spend much time and money developing apps they can use within their enterprise.

Mirror Mirror, on the Wall, Who's the Most Futuristic of Them All?

V. Vale | Posted 11.13.2012 | Arts
V. Vale


In-Store Navigation Is Finally Here

Daniel Burrus | Posted 11.12.2012 | Business
Daniel Burrus

The retail drug store Walgreens has been working with a company called aisle411 to develop an in-store navigation system customers can use on their sm...

Courage Is Like Love: It Must Have Hope To Nourish It

Gordon Livingston, M.D. | Posted 11.07.2012 | Healthy Living
Gordon Livingston, M.D.

To face the future with courage we must believe that we have the power, the resolve, the tolerance to contribute to a world that we and our children will want to live in.

Transforming Chemical Processing & What It Means for Us All

Daniel Burrus | Posted 10.30.2012 | Technology
Daniel Burrus

What if every chemical, as well as every chemical reaction, was put into software that could reveal new and unexpected pathways to process chemicals far faster and with less hazardous results? That's exactly what was created by a team led by Bartosz Grzybowski.

Now Doesn't Last Forever

Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP | Posted 10.24.2012 | Healthy Living
Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP

When it comes to our empty nest, absence will make the heart grow fonder. And when it comes to life in general, I suspect that presence makes the heart grow richer.

What's Protecting Your eWallet?

Daniel Burrus | Posted 10.17.2012 | Technology
Daniel Burrus

Increasingly, we'll see biometrics being used on our phones and tablets, and on all our computing devices as we make the switch from the leather wallet to the digital wallet.

A Letter From a Teacher to Students

Nicholas Ferroni | Posted 10.16.2012 | Education
Nicholas Ferroni

Most of you, regardless of whether you're a freshman or senior, are beginning to feel the anxiety and nervousness that comes with a new school year. I once faced many of the same fears, worries, insecurities and hopes that you do.