29.03.2013. Let's be smarter.
The magazine “Zhit’ interesno!” (Life is interesting!) asked me: where do, in my opinion, the ideas and forecasts come from? For me the idea generation and forecasting, creativity and intuition are the same thing. I think out the ideas and try to see into the future in the same way and feel the same feelings. […]Read more >>
21.02.2013. Subjective rating of changes.
What technology does more than any other influence on our way of life in this decade? Let’s look at the variants. Is big seen at the distance? Passed “zero” years are often called “the decade of gadgets”. That, in general, is true: the most noticeable changes in lifestyle at the time did have a “pocket […]Read more >>
30.10.2012. Smart world.
It is unlikely that you remember the name of the first man who stood up for the first lever steam locomotive in the world and said, “Let’s go” – and waved his hand. Still, NASA chief historian Steven Dick definitely had a reason when a couple of years ago compared the two events, separated in […]Read more >>
20.07.2012. Let's be smarter.
Recently, the media reported on the unusual experiment by Sydney University professors Alan Snyder and Richard Shi. They have developed a method that makes a man smarter for a short time by stimulating the brain with direct current. In their experiment, the stimulation takes 10 minutes. And I’ll prompt method that works instantly. Without any […]Read more >>
24.05.2012. Interview with experts.
Blog ideas4future already told about the theory of free money (Freigeld) by Silvio Gesell and projects of local currencies generated worldwide by territorial and online communities to solve their own problems: reducing the impact of economic criseses, the mutually beneficial exchange of goods and services, the development of local business and employment, strengthening mutual support […]Read more >>
16.03.2012. Let's be smarter.
Below is a browser-based version of the television play Britain’s Best Brain, which was held in the British Channel 5 in October-December 2009. The participants performed tasks specifically designed by scientists to test different mental abilities and brain function: the speed of arithmetic calculations, short-term memory, pattern recognition, motor coordination, risk assessment. The winner was […]Read more >>
01.03.2012. Let's be smarter.
Today we’ll talk about the physical “growth” of new ideas. We’ll take a tour across Internet services, which help to develop the mental faculties. We’ll discuss the idea of a startup, the founders of which, with high probability, will get a chance to join the club of billionaires. 🙂 “The new idea – it’s just […]Read more >>
17.01.2012. Subjective rating of changes.
I’m finishing a series of posts about the “implicit trends that clearly would change the way of life, way of thinking and people relation the future”. Forecasts are based on the results of continuous monitoring of news under the project “Subjective rating of the 2011 changes”. One of the most far-reaching technological advances in 2011, […]Read more >>
16.01.2012. Subjective rating of changes.
In this series of posts “implicit trends” are described “that clearly change the way of life, way of thinking and people relations in the future.” The forecasts are based on the results of continuous monitoring of news under the project “subjective rating of the 2011 changes.” In the “pilot” rating in January 2011 I wrote […]Read more >>
15.01.2012. Subjective rating of changes.
“The implicit trends that clearly change the way of life, way of thinking and attitudes of people in the future” are described in this series of posts. The forecasts are based on the results of continuous monitoring of news under the project “Subjective rating of the 2011 changes.” It is human nature to exaggerate the […]Read more >>