February 19 2013
“How we spend our days is of course how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard, The Writing Life For some of us, the word mindfulness summons images of barefooted monks in dark red robes. For others, it may be a reminder of a meditation session offered during the lunch break in the board room of their company.  For those who have been practicing for a while it means an attitude of open, non-... Read more >
January 18 2013
For those who think that financial system reform, either in the U.S. or in the Eurozone, has made the financial system safer, an article has been published in the February issue of the Atlantic which should dispel any illusions. See - What’s Inside America’s Banks? byFrank Partnoy and Jesse Eisinger ( ). The... Read more >
January 18 2013
The telecommunications industry has grown with breathtaking speed during the previous two decades. The mobile telecoms market started as a nascent new telecoms service in the early 90s and has fully taken the world in less than 20 years. The growth of mobile telephony, coupled with the offering of fixed and wireless broadband, has not only offset the gradual decline of traditional fixed telephony... Read more >
January 18 2013
Electronic publication is nothing new and certainly nothing  recent. All important newspapers today have their own websites and web editions, and issues can be downloaded into e-book readers, smartphones or tablets. Some newspapers in the world have already stopped coming out in the paper format because it was no longer profitable. The same thing is true about book publication, in which I, as a... Read more >


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