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Evolving Points of Reference – Cognitive Physics & Conscious Capitalism (Part I: Mainstream Press)

Time Magazine, December 18, 2006

Thinking outside the box. Jobs in the new economy–the ones that won’t get outsourced or automated–“put an enormous premium on creative and innovative skills, seeing patterns where other people see only chaos,” says Marc Tucker, an author of the skills-commission report and president of the National Center on Education and the Economy. Traditionally that’s been an American strength, but schools have become less daring in the back-to-basics climate of NCLB. Kids also must learn to think across disciplines, since that’s where most new breakthroughs are made. It’s interdisciplinary combinations–design and technology, mathematics and art–“that produce YouTube and Google,” says Thomas Friedman, the best-selling author of The World Is Flat.

“How to Build A Student For the 21st Century”Time Magazine, December 18, 2006

A subjective, idiosyncratic and anything but complete Reading List for the socially-minded aspiring Cognitive Physicist, Conscious Capitalist; or for any who seek to understand them.

MAINSTREAM PRESS
“the trend” = “the wave”
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Also see…
Part II – BOOKS
Part III – SELECTED PAPERS & ESSAYS

October 10, 2007
Generation Q – The New York Times (Op-Ed by Thomas Friedman)

August 16, 2007
Are We Failing Our Geniuses? – Time Magazine

June 26, 2007
From A Few Genes, Life’s Myriad Shapes – The New York Times

June 26, 2007
Science of the Soul ‘I Think Therefore I Am’ is Losing Force – The New York Times

May 22, 2007
This is Your Life (and How You Tell It) – The New York Times

May 10, 2007
Save the Darfur Puppy – The New York Times (Op-Ed by Nicholas D. Kristof)

April 5, 2007
Einstein & Faith – Time Magazine

March 10, 2007
Scientist Finds the Beginnings of Morality in Primate Behavior – The New York Times

February 16, 2007
Free Labor, Peter Kropotkin & Yochai Benkler – Time Magazine

December 18, 2006
How to Bring Our Schools Out of the 20th Century – Time Magazine

December 13, 2006
Man of the Year: YOU – Time Magazine

November 14, 2006
What’s Wrong With Profit? – The New York Times

April 2, 2006
Death by Smiley Face: When Rivals Disdain Profit – The New York Times

November 28, 2005
Raphie Frank, Interview Retrospective – Gothamist.com

November 11, 2005
The Tao of Dobkin – Gothamist.com

October 3, 2005
Trend-Watcher Sees Moral Transformation of Capitalism – Christian Science Monitor

September 19, 2005
How Google Got It’s Groove – Business Week

June 2005
The Power of Us – Business Week

January, 2005
There Is No Tomorrow (Op-Ed by Bill Moyers) – The Star Tribune

October, 2004
The Long Tail – Wired Magazine

August 11, 2004
Howard Rheingold’s Latest Connection – Business Week

Also see…
Part II – BOOKS
Part III – SELECTED PAPERS & ESSAYS

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  1. […] see… Part I – MAINSTREAM PRESS […]

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  3. […] Points of Reference – Cognitive Physics (Part IV: Conceptual Influences) Also see… Part I – MAINSTREAM PRESS Part II – BOOKS Part III – SELECTED PAPERS & […]

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