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November 2009

Latest models can flip pancakes or weld, and the industry is worth almost USD 6 billion to Japan. via www.guardian.co.uk Other new-generation robots demonstrated levels of dexterity and subtlety unimaginable just a few years ago – enough, for example, to build Lego models, grip slices of cake without crushing them... Read more →


A great (and long, as usual in their articles) piece by Thomas L. Friedman published in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. Although published originally in 2005, Friedman's ideas accurately represent the current trends in Globalization - and with the appearance of Social Networks like Facebook and other websites and... Read more →


A good analysis, with great reasons, of why Fox's attempts to stop people from getting their contents through Google search will fail. As has been the case before, big US media strategies on the Internet have trickled down to shape how newspapers and other networks around the world position themselves... Read more →


Global Entrepreneurship: Driving Recovery, Seizing Opportunity

The Global Entrepreneurship Week took place in London from November 16 to 22, 2009. The video below shows Carl Schramm, CEO of the Kauffman Foundation with a talk entitled “Driving a Global Movement of Entrepreneurs”, followed by Jim O’Neill, Head of Global Economic research at Goldman Sachs, talking on “The... Read more →