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Bill and Melinda Gates' 2014 Stanford Commencement Address - YouTube
min 17 in - about not having a better future for our kids. the thing is, the lowest hanging fruits have been eaten. now there only the hard things left to to, hard because they seem so remote from here, hard because they are worthwhile pursuing despite setbacks. renewable energy, curing diseases, sustainability in lots of quadrants - energy, food & water, environment, democracy & more or less striving for equality - social and income mobility. End: >> Luck, that could be me, empathy, leadership, ...
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Learn To Code, Learn To Think : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR
policy to push to learn to write, read, understand code and systems. design thinking. problem solving. early on as soon as yound ppl are literate ~12-14. - higher productivity - + 3D printing future in 30 years ... future of 30-35hr work week - 5-6hrs a day. THE REAL NEW ECONOMY. 90's New Economy was hyped by exuberance and ... different topic. But this is the outline of the real new world, new economy. ( robert skidelsky in praise of leisure ) when the world is flat - 2050. baring any other crisis being solved ala climate change and ecological disasters. man made or ie earthquake swallowing california, canarie islands exploding creating huge tsunami, yosemite exploding, etc etc. - baring also - that we fix inequality problems, reducing the divide. fostering better democratic process, transparency and accountability - instilling trust and confidence again in public service.
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
Picking Up Nickels in Front of the Steamroller: A Simple and Partial Finger Exercise - J. Bradford DeLong's Grasping Reality with a Prehensile Tail
Okun gaps, monetary accommodation, speculator overoptimism, bailouts, carry trades, bubbles, and taking away the punchbowl before the party really gets rolling.
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december 2009 by asterisk2a

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