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Friday, December 31, 1999

what could you and your social networks know if they had studied maths elearning a third of a century before Khan Academy?- In the uk maths elearning networks were in full blossom in 1972 at the National Development Project for Computer Assisted learning (my first employer)

Elearning (across 7 billion beings mobile networks) is potentially the greatest innovation our human race has ever explored. This joy caused my father at The Economist to spend 12 years debating leadership opportunities and risks of net generation as being at least 10 times more impactful than when the Economist was founded to question leaders of industrial revolution- click to what we mapped in our 1984 book of exponential sustainability opportunities and risks to 2025
The problem with productive communications is they need huge attention to local details of co-workers- the exact opposite of what agencies of tv ads spun through 20th C- Allies of Britain helped by USA may have won world war 2 but THIS Is how Brits lost world service (media BBC)
Chapter 6 By 2005 the gap in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations was recognised to be man's most dangerous problem

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