america's media crisis started with its biggest brands...Help teachers and children generatethe most exciting jobs creation game? A 21st C mashup of a board game like monopoly, a quiz like trivial pursuits, and both a mass media and an app such as jobs creation sharkette tank?. more : why not blog your peoples search for world record jobs creators ..last 7 years of generation of changing education
1 the board - maps of large continents and small islands, of super cities and rural villages, transportation routes for exchanging what people make connected to webs like Jack Ma's gateways where 3000 people co-create live for a day before linking in their networks (Notes on valuing freedom and happiness) join 25th year of debating whether we the parnets and youth can change education in tine to be sustainable
2 rules of jobs-rich trading games - lifelong grade 1 to 69, beginners to experienced connecting many previous games - eg game 1 if your region has no access to a seaport, how are trading dryports developed
3 backup every trial game ever played including successes & failures, searchable by valuable collaboration factors; geographically neighbouring, match particular skill (eg electrical engineerings) around the world
3.1 cases and the cultural lessons from future history that worldwide youth will need to translate if they are to be the sustainability generation
3.2 unexpected joys; eg often the most exciting innovations for linking the sustainability generation come from communities that had the least connections - eg some of the games best players are the women and girls who developed bangladesh as 8th most populous nation starting with next to nothing at independence in 1971; case sino-english translation of world record book of jobs creators- can you help us translate this into other mother tongues - isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com us we chat line 240 316 8157 - click to diary of good news youth journalism trips 8 to china, 1 korea, 3 arab emirates, 13 bangladesh 1 to japan

Saturday, October 6, 2018

tale of jfk and jyk

related 50 years ago The Economist celebrated coming moon landing with a Moores law timeline- what if 4000+ times moore coms tech impacting societies 2030 versus 1946 due to doubling of human sustainability consequences (better or worse) every 7 years 

-join search for every 7 years worldrecordjobs creating alumni networks -eg 46-53 von neuman, 53-60 Deming, 60-67 JFK,... 009-016 JYK

#BR6 #theeconomist  www.economistdiary.com
Could it be that america's greatest ever worldrecordjobs creators are JFK and JYK?
one from an irish imigrant family the other korean
one president of usa, other of world bank
one who taught the world to value space races, the other could teach the world to value the next child born -

story a bit more with alumni of world frecord jobs cfreators: sir fazle abed and jack ma do next since both fintech and edutech need to be brought down to the poorest giirls community on earth if sustainability's little sisters are to say big brothers-tick tock the clock struck one of human sustainability last 12 hours with class of 2018-2019
whither english speaking world? moore value nursery rhmye "for sake of horse shoe nail, kingdom lost" than congress mediation Kav versus Bla . www devaluing next girl born destroys family, SME community, tech of finance & edu for sdgs

previously Jim KIm wrote:
This Report challenges governments to take better care of their citizens and calls for a universal, guaranteed minimum level of social protection. It can be done with the right reforms, such as ending unhelpful subsidies; improving labor market regulations; and, globally, overhauling taxation policies. Investing in human capital is not just a concern for ministers of health and education; it should also be a top priority for heads of state and ministers of finance. The Human Capital Project will put the evidence squarely in front of those decision makers, and the index will make it hard to ignore. The 2019 World Development Report is unique in its transparency. For the first time since the World Bank began publishing the WDR in 1978, we made an updated draft publicly available, online each week, throughout the writing process. For over seven months, it has benefited from thousands of comments and ideas from development practitioners, government officials, scholars, and readers from all over the world. I hope many of you will have already read the Report. Over 400,000 downloads later (and counting), I am pleased to present it to you in its final form


Sunday, September 30, 2018


Webinar tomorrow - Brazilian Economic History

News posted in Economic History, September 30th 2018
Hello everyone
I would like to invite you again to our first webinar: "The Brazilian economic formation from a historical panorama"
We will introduce some basic information about the Brazilian economic formation, especially to who wants to have a first contact with the subject. It will help interested people to understand the next webinars discussions, that will be about more specific questions.
Start: October 1, 2018, 10:30
Estimated duration: 50 minutes
Timezone: the time displayed here is in your local timezone (America/Sao_Paulo)
Best,
Renata and Paulo
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What is Public Service?

What do you think of when you hear the phrase "public service"? If you're conjuring images of government agencies or working at a food pantry you're not wrong...but there is so much more! At MIT, the unique skills of the student body, the resources available across the Institute, and even our urban location let us take public service to the next level. 

Below we've highlighted several examples of the different ways public service is happening at MIT
through social entrepreneurship (IDEAS), civic engagement (with student groups like COMIT), capacity building and direct service  with community partners (fostered by the Social Action Fair), and community education (through experiential learning opportunities such as the PKG Summer Series). You might already be engaging in public service and not know it!

The PKG Center is here to help you boost what you're already doing and explore new ways to get involved that you may never have even considered. Stop by our offices in W20-549 to find a service experience that fits your interests.

 
Four IDEAS alumni were chosen for BostInno's 25 Rising Entrepreneurs and Technologists Under the Age of 25. 
Couldn't attend the PKG Social Action Fair on 9/18? Meet the organizations who were there and find out how you can get involved locally! 
    Upcoming PKG Events  & Deadlines   
Meet COMIT-- A new student group that is starting conversations and ramping up civic engagement at MIT! 
The PKG Summer Series connected students with fun community engagement opportunities including a hike in the Blue Hills Reservation.
The PKG Center helps you apply and expand your problem-solving skills to some of the world's toughest challenges. We offer: 
  • Programs that let you explore social change efforts and organizations locally and globally through immersive service experiences, paid employment, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Expert assistance with designing, planning, and executing service projects (for student organizations, FSILGs and other groups).
  • Funding and support for social ventures and independent research that address pressing social issues.

Monday, September 17, 2018

michigan gov says in cgtn interview that michigan has come from nowhere in his 8 years to ebing number 3 state in terms afttract china inward investiment

however he focuses mainly on big companies - see also comparison between alibaba's gateway17 in deytroit and toronto

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

apps that trap more cosumption

seen at mashable
I started using the Starbucks app . So far, the major consequence has been that I spend a lot more money on Starbucks, even when I don't want to. It's good for Starbucks and bad for me — or any consumer who uses the app to order their drinks before setting foot in one of the chain's stores. Things start to go wrong when you have to pay for the experience. For whatever reason — Starbucks PR would not tell, though I asked twice — you are forced to "reload" your app's cash reserves in $5 increments, with a minimum of $10 each time. Of course, your Starbucks purchases will rarely if ever end in 0, so you will always have some irritating, not-quite-enough amount of money on your app when you are forced to add $10. For example, I typically buy either a medium coffee or a "Nitro Cold Brew" ($2.89 and $4.84 respectively). This morning, I had $2.59 on my card, and I needed to add $10 to order a $2.89 drink in advance — a major overspend just to use the Starbucks app:

Friday, August 24, 2018

br6 br2

Kennan Institute | Wilson Center
David Jacobson (left) was the United States Ambassador to Canada 2009-13 and is now the Vice-Chairman of the BMO Financial Group. Gary Doer (right) was the Canadian Ambassador to the United States 2009-16 and is now Senior Advisor to the Dentons Law Firm.

Director's Desk Update

U.S. Canada Relationship at the Crossroads

Commentary by David Jacobson and Gary Doer, Advisory Co-Chairs of the Canada Institute at The Wilson Center

This summer we have seen the imposition of billions of dollars in tariffs by the United States on Canadian steel and aluminum and billions in reciprocal tariffs by Canada on steel, aluminum, whiskey, yogurt, and other products.And with the recent announcement that Canada will further retaliate in the United States follows through on its threat to impose 25-percent tariffs on the automotive sector, it seems that escalation is imminent.
All this takes place while the cornerstone of our economic relationship, NAFTA, is at risk – an outcome that would have been inconceivable even a few years ago. While we are not yet in a full-on trade dispute, there does seem to be a gathering storm. And these disputes are much easier to lose than to win.

For several years as the Ambassadors from opposite sides of the 49th parallel, we were responsible for maintaining and enhancing a relationship which most people believe is unlike any other in the world – a relationship that served the economic, political, and moral interests of both countries. If there was one word that summed up that relationship it was “respect.” Respect for each other’s leaders, citizens, and values. We didn’t act this way out of generosity, we did it because it benefited both countries.

There has been a lot of loose talk surrounding the trading relationship between the United States and Canada. Here are a few facts to keep in mind. Canada and the United States enjoy the largest bilateral trade and investment relationship in the world. Every day, about 400,000 people and more than $1.7 billion in goods and services move back and forth across our border. That’s more than $1 million a minute and it’s balanced in both directions.

Read more about what is at stake in the U.S.-Canada relationship here.

Canada Institute Events

  • On September 7, we will host a strategic policy dialogue Over the Horizon: A New Era for Canada-U.S. Space Cooperation? to discuss how the governments and industries of Canada and the United States can join forces to develop a comprehensive policy that will strengthen the countries’ presence in outer space at a time when the Trump Administration continues to move forward with an ambitious space agenda. We are excited to welcome experts, policymakers, and members of the private sector from Canada and the U.S., including NASA Administrator, Jim Bridenstine, President of the Canadian Space Agency, Sylvain Laporte, and Executive Director of the U.S. National Space Council Dr. Scott Pace. This dialogue aims to identify and evaluate areas of opportunity that strengthen the leadership of both countries in the new space era as the region grapples with mitigating the world’s increasing presence in space. RSVP here to attend the event or watch the live webcast to learn more about the future of Canada-U.S. cooperation in space.

Canada Institute Media

  • Global Fellow James A. Haley’s op-ed ‘Why Trump Will Regret His Bravado’ examines why he believes President Trump’s approach to trade will backfire in the long run.
  • Ahead of the Federal Cabinet retreat in British Columbia, Global Fellow Nik Nanos’ highlighted the importance of developing a unified Liberal strategy to address contentious public policy topics and voter  mobilization ahead of the 2019 federal election in Canada in this BNN Bloomberg interview.  
  • As we continue to wait for the NAFTA ‘handshake’ deal, Global Fellow Eric Miller is quoted in this Globe and Mail article detailing the return of Canada to the negotiating table following U.S.-Mexico bilateral talks. Are you still confused about where the NAFTA negotiations stand? Check out our continuously updated infographic on the status of all the NAFTA negotiating chapters.

CI discusses the impact of Canada-U.S. trade relations in Atlanta Georgia.

Following my panel presentation to the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, I sat down with Raphael Bostic, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta to discuss Georgia’s prospects and areas of opportunity to engage with Canada. Watch the complete interview here.

Build your Canada-U.S. foreign policy expertise!

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) seeking professionals to who are committed to foreign policy and to the advancement of Canada-U.S. relations to apply to the International Affairs Fellowship in Canada. Fellowship recipients will be immersed in a six-to-twelve program that will place them in a government or institutional post in Canada to build a network of Americans with experience and expertise on Canada.
To learn more about the fellowship opportunity, click here.
Application Deadline: October 31, 2018

 

Monday, August 13, 2018


obamauni: see normanmacrae.net and valuetrue.com for engloish langiage antidotes to fake broadcast tv us 4 main channels and internet sexbooks- close vested nets down - accentuating weather disasters - never explaining rotting us infrastructure close nbc for apprentice omarosa-trump close cbs for sex ceo obvious why close abc & fox?

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

do you know if any american state has chartered as hopeful a plan as canada's in liberating youth and schools and communities to =get on with co-producing sustainability goals as the most urgent and imagine human have ever

Monday, July 2, 2018

latin am leaders- brazil ... argentina (host g20) ecuador unga head 2018-0219   ... mexico López Obrador won the 2018 presidential race by a landslide. He was the candidate for Juntos Haremos Historia, a coalition between the left-wing Labor Party, right-wing Social Encounter Party, and MORENA. He has proposed increases in financial aid for students and the elderly, amnesty for some drug war criminals,[12] universal access to public colleges,[13] cancellation of the New Mexico City International Airport,[14] a referendum over an energy reform that ended Pemex's monopoly in the oil industry,[15] stimulation of the country's agricultural sector, delay of the renegotiations of NAFTA until after the elections,[16][12] building of more oil refineries, increased spending for welfare, cutting politicians' salaries to avoid debt spending or higher taxes[17] and decentralization of the executive cabinet by moving government departments and agencies from the capital to the states.[18]

Saturday, April 14, 2018

beltroadtech

help us co-edit good news at BeltRoadTech.com

and EconomistDiary.com where we look at summits debating win-wins for youth livelihoods

 from my experiences in beijing may 2017: i would be surprised if less than 100 national and large-state leaders fail to attend belt road summit beijing may 2019 but worry that media who cover may not turn news into action learning students need to linkin

fortunately tech interclity ecosystems with EconomistDiary  may help move this agenda on
examples
fablab cities include boston shenzehen connect round makers and design technolgie- for example until recemtly all engineering (like sculpture - ) shaped designs by cutting things out - today additive engineerins (some call 3d printing) permits makers with comueters to engineer additively ; another fab lab technology is sensors; a blind person can now wear the same sort of sensors that give robot sight and so forth

damo cites the subject of this blog

huawei safety cities- huawei is a leader in making a city nearly 100% safe with mobile camers; not only is this prevalent across china but 12 african  countreis have been rpidly adopting tyhis - see kenya as a bencmark case

ride sharing cities - while this has gone more or less worldwide with eg uber whats more intersting is 2.1 of bike sharinhg schemes- about 30 yeras ago some cities in nordica started inviting oether cities for humans instead of cars- they pedsetrianised inner city centers and added bike lanes across town but bikes for hire werent that popular until a gps was added so that isers could leave thebike in any tidy place not just at a few racks

africa inveneted twtiter combined with gps location  - called unshahidi- this is emerging as one of world citizens biggest catalogues of open soirce solutions and ihubs across cities designing them

Thursday, April 12, 2018

governors who explain truth to americans of broken - media , lawyers, banking health - etc get every congress lobby attacking them- help list freedom of speech contributions by state governors eg linkedin unwomens

Thursday, January 4, 2018

the board
choose one of the world's largest continents
  1. Asia: 4.4 bn  Europe: (includes Russia) ) .75 bn Eurasia 5.15 bn
  2. Africa:   1.2 bn North America:  (includes Central America and Caribbean)  .575 bn; South America: 418,537,818    .42 bn
  3. Australia: 23,232,413 .023 bn

 add in any islands with superports or large economies; make any additions you like for example we play a lot of games around Eurasia 6&1;


continents by population
add to your map any of the worlds top container ports which it already has

now dont worry about countries if you could add one or two ports or railway lines so that hard working communities you care about could trade their produce what would you add, and which regional governors could help mark your idea-  try to choose a governor who already knows a world class ecommerce leader - we like jack ma because when he sees a region playing this game he comes and organsaies 3000 people celebrations but provided your place leaders have their own team of tech wizards they can choose who they prefer to partner to ensure that small enterprises are celebrated in and local competitions like shark tank or dragons den start coming to your communities

Some more on Jack Ma. Up to age 30 Jack's great passions was teaching english to thousands of his own age group which he learnt as he guided tourists round his hometown of hangzhou and explored the world with maps they drew for him. On jack's first visit to usa around 1994, he saw the worldwide web-something not then in China. His passion became how to create jobs with the web. Unlike fast venture capital in USA, China required what became its big 3 internet companies to experiment for over a decade only fully celebrating them in 2008 when ecommerce and alipay digital cash helped save china from the depression that americas subprime banks trapped the rest of the world in. In 2016 recognition of Jack's socia purposes came with hangzhou being awarded the hosting of chibna's g20. This was the first time that the world's 20 biiggest leaders had a chnace to claruify how they would help youth innovate the UN's new ssutainability gaols. Jack spent the best part of a year prepping extraordinary ideas download small enterprise china g20 report chaired by ALI BABA JACK MA -and see why greatest #learinggeneration thanks hangzhou in happiest collaboration opportunities ever played
Larouche/EIR map