A few years ago we experienced the email account bubble where people had multiple accounts due to the limited space each user was allowed.
Today, we are experiencing the social media bubble. Facebook, myspace, linkedin, bebo, twitter, hi5, etc are just some of the more well-known names to emerge in recent years. More than 50% of population in the US and Europe has a Facebook account and according to recent news, the social network based in Palo Alto is the most clicked website in the world.
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The Colosseum, the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower. Three symbols of three countries.
While they are indisputably irreplaceable symbols of the past, and consequently draw millions of tourists every year, they often overshadow the vibrant, unique present-day cultures of the countries they represent. Often we travel to experience part of the past, and as a result we often sacrifice discovering some of the present.
Geotourism could be a solution to this temporal gap. Visiting locations Read more [...] Read More
"Ahhh, the crisis..".
While the financial crisis lingers, the way most businesses are run hasn't changed. The significance of the maintenance of this status quo is best reflected in 80-20 Pareto Principle. A small number of businesses (and people) control a huge share of the world economy, and thus the way these businesses are run defines the direction the world economy takes. These businesses (and individuals) are the major shareholders of our world.
Why is this a problem? Human nature Read more [...] Read More