"This perspective certainly enriches a revisitation of my interview with Osborne about Bangkok Days, but in truth I’ve listened to it more than a few times over the years. (This sets it well apart from most of the hundreds of others I’ve recorded, edited, and never heard again.) Without quite being able to separate cause from effect, I can say that many of the subjects we discussed have turned into longer-term themes for me: the “new urban civilization” emerging in the 21st century, the necessity of speaking the local language, the persistence of Judeo-Christian morality in ostensibly secular societies, the danger of the West “regulating itself out of existence,” the insult to intelligence that is the U.S. publisher-applied subtitle."
Thay answers questions on 21 June 2014. Question 6
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Topics: buddhism, mindfulness, thich nhat hanh, plum village, children, kids, afterlife, life, birth, death, interbeing, impermanence, science, nirvana, God, true nature
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David Allen shares an in-depth, sweeping overview of GTD to an audience in Milan, Italy. Learn best practices, as well as what you can expect to have happen in your life once you start applying them.
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Professor Tony Bates is our very first Leader & Legend of Online Learning. In this conversation Tony’s student-centred advice mentions several important considerations for changing teaching methods, planning for improvement and education systems.
For years scientists have said that there is no link between vaccines and autism. There are still many people who are reluctant to vaccinate. But, one woman has changed her mind about vaccines.
"Mary needed to get away from her husband. A handsome stranger offered her a way out. All she had to do was participate in the strangest group experiment of all time."
We have Nathan Yau with us on the show to talk about his mythical FlowingData blog. Nathan was one of the first people to write a blog about data and visualization, and he is one of the very few who continues to blog virtually every day after more than ten years.
If you want to know what has happened lately in visualization, you can’t go wrong by visiting his site. It’s very comprehensive and never misses a beat.
On the show, we talk about how and why Nathan started FlowingData, the evolution of the blog and visualization over the years, his data visualization projects and membership program, and the secret “sauce” behind his persistence!
How will population changes revamp education? The Future Trends Forum met with professor Nathan Grawe, author of a new and definitive book on the topic.
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Recording of our Future Trends Forum discussion about education economics, with professor Robert Archibald.
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