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The explosion of Internet-connected things — watches and Whistles, Fitbits and Fuels, Mothers and Sproutlings, Rings and Dashes — means that user experience designers need to get more judicious when deciding how they call attention to themselves, lest our connected homes become a cacophony of beeps, flashes and buzzes.
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The energy economy of 2035 will be driven by incredible advances in technological innovations that promise to radically alter the energy industry as we know it, and will only intensify over time.
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On Christmas Eve 1968, NASA astronaut Bill Anders, orbiting the moon on board Apollo 8, took the first photo of Earth rising over the horizon of another celestial body. That photo – known as Earthrise, widely regarded as one of the most iconic photos of the 20th Century – is believed by many to have been the impetus for launching the environmental movement. Whether or not that’s the case, less than 16 months later the first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970.
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The relationship between China and India will be one of the most important of this century. Their interactions will help to determine the future of globalization, international institutions, and U.S. power.
Recently, in Give Pause a Chance, I shared my belief that we need more ideas in the world that are truly pause-worthy versus just noisy ideas.
The keys to Number 10 Downing Street lie in Scotland. Last week’s performance by Scottish National Party (SNP) leader and First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, in the televised leaders’ debate, has firmly positioned Scotland and the SNP as the ‘kingmakers’ at the upcoming UK General Election on May 7.
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Had I left the world of public relations not long after starting out professionally in the early 1990s, then reemerged in it in 2015, odds are good I would not recognize what I had stepped into.