The existential threat to my sense of belonging to something grand and good.
‘My granddad worked for IBM’ is what I’ve imagined my grandkids telling their friends. It has the cachet for me of ‘My granddad worked for NASA’ or (unfortunately, due to the slowness of human evolution) ‘he was in the army’.… Read the rest
How to prosper in harmony with nature.
I was reading my print subscription of National Geographic (yes, it still exists) a few weeks ago and something in it got through sceptical old me. It made me think that: The combined brainpower of my 929 connections on LinkedIn is enough to power up a small city. Imagine… Read the rest
Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time, tens of thousands of years ago, humans were separated into tribes. Then a few millennia ago, they clumped together into villages, towns, cities and states. A few centuries before now, large countries developed, and the Americas became conjoined to Europe and Asia. Humanity… Read the rest
Post-COVID Action 4/5: Get More Out of Life by Working from Both Home and Workplace
Wouldn’t you like a better work-life balance? One way to have it is by not wholly reverting to working en masse and full time in offices, factories and other workplaces, once the coronavirus pandemic is over. Let… Read the rest