Category Archives: Future

Limitations Of Technological Adaptation

It seems to me…. “Technological change is never an isolated phenomenon. This revolution takes place inside a complex ecosystem which comprises business, governmental, and societal dimensions. To make a country fit for the new type of innovation-driven competition, the whole … Continue reading

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What I Believe

It seems to me… “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”  ~ The Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll). A friend asked me if I wrote fiction or nonfiction.  When I told him … Continue reading

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Budget Recommendations

It seems to me… I do not understand those hapless defenders of the status quo romanticizing a time in our past that never was.  Let’s imagine a future that might be – and then commit to whatever is necessary to … Continue reading

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Importance of Technical Education

It seems to me… When considering current U.S. educational policies, the only conclusion I am able to reach is that our political leaders are determined to destroy the very attributes that made our country the envy of the entire world … Continue reading

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Gutenberg Globalization

It seems to me… Most of the discussion related to how best to reduce our current high unemployment rate always seems predicated on the assumption that it primarily resulted from the near-total collapse of the home mortgage market. While the … Continue reading

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Education and Employment

It seems to me… How many ways can it possibly need to be said before it starts to sink in? The economic stimulus was less successful than hoped because it addressed the wrong issues. Our political and economic leadership doesn’t … Continue reading

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Generational Gap

It seems to me… Americans, in general, seem to have lost much of the drive and ambition which in previous generations characterized us as a nation.  Our high standards of living enabled the younger generation to have most of what … Continue reading

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