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from our associate editors at www.worldeconomist.net www.worldeconomist.net
nobody who calls themselves an economist can afford not to explore social
business modelling. This is because its models represent investment banking in
the next generation while standard mba models and wall street models represent
"the big" of past generations. Social business models value questions that were
literally unthinkable before digital technology. For example, before digital
cash, the developing world was one where over half of youth would grow up never
to use a bank account because non-digital transaction records cost more than the
transaction sizes they start trading with. Whether your country chooses digital
banking regulations that are pro-youth or anti-youth will likely explain more
peoples' growth or destruction over the next decade than any single innovation
challenge. Help include youth's voice in this debate at http://innovations.ning.com/
The most entrepreneurial dialogues I have so far found on digital cash come from
Japan and what I call the ABC regions - Africa, Bangladesh, China - where do
practice labs of digital cash entrepreneurs excite you most
help us explore how MIT is number 1 job creating alumni network in the world - and viralise debates round MIt's most exciting journal INNOVATIONS most urgent discussion group- issue 4 2011 financial inclusion apps.
we ionterpret nano as going smaller in mapping dynamicingtercations than science had previously assuemd or measuredone of eisntein's greatest lessons for humanity- there will always be more to innovate because whenever a male sceintist says we no…Continue
here's the optimistic story i wrote in my diary the last time i had a chance to listen to harrison mentoring amy (youth's worldwide open space china) for an hour at the Irish Inn MD
FACING UP TO YOUTHS MOST EXCITING DECADE, AND SUSTAINABILITY
In my books, the first time you are free to explore the internet is a life changing moment for better of for worse.
Potentially its your coming out to any society on earth. Joyous or scary -goodwilled or badwilled - who's facilitating who.
2016 is my diary's 45th year of trying to question meanings and innovations of internet being. By happenstance I started jotting notes about this in two main circles - my young one where my first job was for the UK's National Development Project in Computer Assisted Learning , my father's peers of end-poverty journalists at The Economist.
The internet introduces a crisis in identity. It revolves your virtual being amplified by technology (today's jargon ITC Information Technology Communication eg satellites and computer networks) in quite opposite ways of the physical and natural presence of being known through all human history. Subconsciously this greatest future shock to wave through life emerged from the rubble of world war 2. John von Neumann's mathematical peers in the middle of the atomic bomb moved on to being obscenely interested in the programmable computer. Fortunately Japan's Hirohito took responsibility for Eastern Peace Races of the 20th third quarter of a century, subsequently China's amazing race.
META MOORES LAW 2**12
Every 7 years since 1946 out human race has been doubling spends (such as money and time) on ITC in ways that are transforming life- every impact of your being's community has started to be systematically interconnected with other being's lives and cultures. Historically man's national constitutions and professions presided top-down over separated systems and geopolitical borders. The world's greatest maths error - capable of destroying sustainability of our species- would be to intergenerationally argue over such rules even as today's 7.5 billion beings will have invested 4000+ times more in the death of cost of distance (2030 versus 1946)
Welcome to 2016-2025 the most exciting decade for youth's livelihoods IF we empower youth to humanly facilitate sustainability goals as action learnings locally served, not just noisy words and costly images and globally inhuman tech.
Hot this fall millenials' job-creating labs
Next Billion Jobs Gamechangers we're tracking
Health - Free Nursing College - both the only way to make universal healthcare sustainable. affordable without putting milennials ever more in debt to elders extravagances and public service failure to control costs of pharma and lawyers; the greatest job creating stimulus everywhere; the most exciting practice labs for open source tech wizards- the most urgent focus of open elearning campuses valued by students for linking in jobs not just paper certificates - at soul of world's largest ngo & its bottom-up girl empowered race to unite communities in sustainability and win-win peaceful development
Agriculture's next billion jobs also at facebook- blessed value exchange models that end middlemen in crops which either have very social or very healthy local benefits when diaspora value chains design end to end solution - leapfrog with cashless agricultural microbanking ( credit, energy , connectivity) and satellite elearning of job creating curriculum farming families milllenials need. Connections between sustainable agriculture and green energy and clean water streaming everywhere
Media: Twinning capitals with a future around womens and youth jobs summits as more valuable to cos-posnor and co-host than any world cup. World benchmarking competitions on public servants who retore elaving the future in better state in terms of ending inequality. Milliosn of youth jobs for hosting cross-cultural celebrations out of ebery community are a far better spend than arms, and the only way the 21st C can become more epaceful than the 20th. Which it must if a borderless world is to become a safer place for all our children
Professions: 25-35year old young professionals are the most educated, connected and colaborative the world has ever bred- lets invest in their millennial's goals and open solution replication (microfranchises as This Economist-authore book first capapainged for in 1984)
Innovations - dedication to those helping open source technoolgy wizards with the most resource network with open tech wizards starting with the least resources
mit examples include the editors of innovations whose board includes the wizards of cashless banking tech; the open architecture school whose media lab's first world project was elearning networks inspired by$100laptops and tablets; the collaboration systems alumni of tim berners lee; the elading youth entrepreneur ecosystem and partners around the world; the recalim our learning alumni http://open.media.mit.edu/
?Will you join The Linkiedin Diaries of the Job Creating NetGeneration and Atlanta Nov 2015 as youth's first open education and massive relay in twinning sister cities www so that each global market's trillion dollar audit purposefully charters its livelihood freedoms for generations to come
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