Announcement – Futureproof Is Business Book Award Finalist – Embracing Change

We are delighted to announce that Futureproof has been voted a finalist in the inaugural Business Book Award 2018 in the category, Embracing Change. The awards ceremony event will be held on March 16, 2018 at the The Grange City Hotel London. Caleb Storkey … Continue reading

The E-volution of the Book… Kindle, Sony, Google weighing in

The evolution of all media is fascinating to follow, but today I am going to zero in on the printed word.  Whether it’s the future of magazines, books, mainstream newspapers or even research & professional journals, the internet platform is … Continue reading

The Grand Divide Between Education & Teaching

The difference between Educating and Teaching… and the emptiness inside I have decided to translate into English a post I did in French over the weekend due to the interesting discussion that it provoked. An article, entitled (for you francophones) … Continue reading

Think Different — What do Feminism, Einstein & Sleep have in common?

Learning to think differently As a marketer, I am always on the lookout for people who think and act differently. A part of my gestalt, my personality, I associate with people who think differently. Sometimes, that means being the contrarian … Continue reading

Worldmapper – The world through different filters

Here is a great site for people with a global mindset: Worldmapper — a wonderful way to review the the worldwide situation… The site features maps of the world distorted according to the criteria. In their own words, “Worldmapper is … Continue reading

Television Viewership Still Rising; Reading Too?

Television and Internet viewing versus dwindling attention span… I was stunned to see that television ogling by Americans, who are over 12 years old, has continued to rise despite the Internet. A census bureau study, published in the USA Today … Continue reading

Review: Join the Conversation by Joseph Jaffe

I am officially Joining the Conversation, starting with this review of Joseph Jaffe’s latest book, Join the Conversation (JTC). In full disclosure mode, I am writing this review as part of Joe’s experiment UNM2PNM (how to use new media to … Continue reading