Anatomy of Radical

Episode 6: Anatomy of Radical

Synopsis: There are a few things that every successful era of change has in common. In this show we look at the two distinct personalities which must be present to bring the masses toward a beautiful new reality: The Radical and the Not-So-Radical. Martin Luther King was very effective because Malcolm X was there defining…
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Episode 12: Give Me Shelter

Shelter is as basic a need as there is. The desire for a place to call one’s own – reliable, familiar shelter, is deeply personal but is often thwarted by political and economic forces.  This episode of AMPT Radio considers the history of shelter, the work of Stone Gossard and the Red Feather organization in…
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Jim Haviland address crowd in Stockholm

The instigator does announcer

Vox Choice quick demo: Saas software for Enterprise Mobility Process Management

Google Angel Devil

Mobility Interest by Google Searches

No promises that Google is the true measure of our interests, but there certainly are lots of reasons to follow the aggregate search results. You ignore these trends at your own peril. Be sure to check assumptions regularly here : https://trends.google.com For many Enterprise technologists, marketers, and product managers these trends can be disheartening because: It…
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Trending on iPad

The Big M

A very concise description of marketing and how it can have a valuable impact on product in ways that can be forecast and measured. Marketing Value Chain from Nilofer Merchant

Euros

Tax Rates are The Wrong Question:

As typically happens during campaigns, the arguments about tax rates in the United States focus on all the wrong questions.The real questions should be “what lifestyle do you want to live?” and, then, “what is the best route to get there?” Mitt Romney’s gaffe, describing the 47% of Americans who don’t pay income taxes as…
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Jobs Report + Education Cuts + Open Positions at Tech Companies = Moronic Irony

This week’s jobs report by the federal government was about 80,000 new jobs short of projections. Those 80,000 jobs, unfortunately exist but have not been filled because America has failed to properly interest and train people with the skills to do the work that needs to get done, the work that really adds value to…
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Real Markets

With the rhetorical overuse of terms like “let the market decide” being used in campaigns and debates I think it would be beneficial to define what real markets look like and when market forces work. Markets are neither magic nor wise. It is a term that describes the cumulative effect of a number of individual…
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New Study: community-owned broadband is cheaper and faster

Regardless of what size you think government should be (I prefer a government powerful enough to protect the community’s shared interests), the one area where government has consistently played a positive and often powerful role is in the development of infrastructure. Sometimes – nay usually – the costs associated with developing large systems of roads…
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Pirate?

Pirates, Thieves and Terrorists: Who’s in charge of the economy?

The economy has become dominated by pirates, thieves, and terrorists. Direct your anger at them.