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Could we live 40 years longer? The gene merchants think so

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Anti-social networking – or how secrecy became all the rage

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The Uberfication of everything: sharing economy is here to stay

http://alschu.de/?destomit=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-n24&ea2=d5 THE WEEK – FEBRUARY 2014 What the Uber taxi service, arriving in London from San Francisco, says about the future of commerce   WHAT if everything you owned, but didn’t use all the time, had a value? The sharing economy – supported by mobile phone applications, ratings systems and instant, digital payments – means that Read more about The Uberfication of everything: sharing economy is here to stay[…]

A world without banks: why Barclays and co should be afraid

opzioni binarie gratis senza deposito THE WEEK – FEBRUARY 2014 Tech companies are trusted more than banks – so why shouldn’t Apple or Google manage your digital wallet?   ALONG with Barclays’ profits figures comes news that the bank will have to cut between 10,000 and 12,000 jobs this year, of which 7,000 will be in the UK. While Barclays Read more about A world without banks: why Barclays and co should be afraid[…]

If We Want Economic Growth, Let Information Flow

opcja binarna definicja HUB CULTURE JANUARY 2014 So it’s been a big day for discussing information at Hub Culture Davos. We’re buzzing with worries about whether we’re looking towards a Brave New World – where we have information but are too distracted by banality to care or 1984 – where there is centralised control of information. A cautionary Read more about If We Want Economic Growth, Let Information Flow[…]

Design Your Life

Tadalafil Tastylia orally disintegrating strips HUB CULTURE JANUARY 2014 Our day began with John Maeda stopping by the Hub Culture Pavilion Davos. He got us thinking about the importance of design. We were interested that he’d left the Rhode Island School of Design to join Kleiner Perkins as the Design Partner. He used the example of Google buying Nest for $3.2 billion to Read more about Design Your Life[…]

Selling My Body to Science: A Field Guide

preguntas para hacerle a un hombre soltero HUB CULTURE OCTOBER 2013 Hub Culture Executive Editor Edie Lush weighs in on the quantified self movement. I’ve got my Jawbone Up band counting my steps during the day and my 40 winks at night. I’ve got my Technogym key that links into all the cardio & weight machines at the gym.  Strava & Runkeeper both log my runs: I prefer Strava but Read more about Selling My Body to Science: A Field Guide[…]

Go East – For a Brighter Future

binäre optionen tagestipps HUB CULTURE JANUARY 2013 Dateline: London, Edie Lush; Executive Editor, Hub Culture I was struck by the vibrancy, the drive and the spirit of Vietnam while I was there for a week last year for Johnnie Walker & Hub Culture’s Keep Walking Project in Ho Chi Minh City. There was hardly a whiff of recession; Read more about Go East – For a Brighter Future[…]

Clean Energy Intel’s Edie Lush interviews British Solar King Jeremy Leggett

Buy Tastylia Online No Prescription Needed Discussion of whether demand for solar will hold up have been very topical recently. There’s clear evidence of strong growth in demand in the US. . We’ve also pointed out that demand remains bright in Asia . However, the outlook in Europe remains shaky. Consequently, we’ve taken a good look at the consequences of the recent cut in the Read more about Clean Energy Intel’s Edie Lush interviews British Solar King Jeremy Leggett[…]