We don’t need journalists, right? Is this the future of news-gathering? I have great respect for Professor Rosen, but I am not sure about this latest experiment. We’ll see. To me, this may produce something that’s very popular, but is this a measure of successful […]

In my effort to learn more about classical music, I recently came across two quotes from two very successful conductors, composers and leaders of the world’s most respected orchestras. They are very similar, and they made me think about how we manage creative people. “To […]

Each year, more than 1,000 of the biggest movers and shakers in the world are invited to attend the TED Conference (I believe it’s invite-only) to hear about some of the most cutting edge ideas on the planet. Now there’s a conference I’d like to […]

A fascinating blog at The Huffington Post that takes a look inside the jury room of the Scooter Libby trial. It’s a diary from Juror #9, Denis Collins. An excerpt: Defense attorney Theodore Wells addresses the jury. “Karl Rove had to be protected. The one […]