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P. Tittle
#3 Ethics without Philosophers (the Appalling State of Affairs in Business) by P. Tittle

Could someone without a business degree become a marketing consultant?  No? Then how is it that people without philosophy degrees are becoming ethics consultants? [1]  Is it that people don’t know that Ethics is a branch of Philosophy just as Marketing is a branch of Business? Doubtful.

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John Niman
Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality and their impact on the law. by John Niman

Watson showed, in dramatic form, the capabilities of current computers when it (he?) defeated the two best Jeopardy!.....

HealthLongevity > Innovation
Who is around you in a coffee shop? Do you somehow know them? Find out with the app Sonar Wired

Brett Martin, co-founder and CEO of Sonar, explains how his app connects thousands of people everyday.

Learn more about Sonar below:

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3D printing ‘bigger than internet’ FT Business

“Proponents of 3D printing say it has the potential to alter radically a number of industries. Peter Marsh, FT manufacturing editor, talks to one such supporter - Abe Reichental of US-based 3D Systems - to find out how it works and if it really is a ‘disruptive technology’” -FT

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Richard Stallman
Made for You by Richard Stallman

Growing old, and having lost hope of finding love again, I read about the Lifemates Co-op and was intrigued.  “Mr or Ms Right doesn’t exist in nature.  If you want someone that was made for you, come to us.”  I made an appointment to visit their office and talk with a salesperson…

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#4 Transgendered Courage? by P. Tittle

Transgendered people are often seen as courageous; they have the guts to take radical steps to become the people they really are.  But I don’t see them as any different from people, mostly women, who get nip-and-tuck surgeries, botox, and breast enlargements.  After all, they too take radical steps to become the people they feel they really are – youthful and sexually attractive.

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How design persuades us to give up ‘big data’ Financial Times

“Business is struggling to cope with an avalanche of valuable information from ‘big data’. Ravi Mattu, FT business life editor, talks to eBay and the designer of the iPhone about using good design to persuade consumers to give up their data and the benefits that brings.” - FT

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Valerie Tarico
Can Legal Weed Save Pizza and Ice Cream Parlors? by Valerie Tarico

Pizzerias, chocolatiers, ice cream parlors and other vendors of high cal, high carb foods have been facing a quiet crisis that could reach epidemic proportions in next few years: More and more women are choosing not to have a monthly cycle.

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David Chalmers on Consciousness Through the Wormhole

Professor David Chalmers discusses the nature of consciousness on “through the wormhole” with Morgan Freeman. Topics include: awareness and higher-order consciousness; the science of consciousness and the relation of consciousness to the physical world; dualism and consciousness as a fundamental aspect of reality.

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Hank Pellissier
#5 Nudity Is Healthy for Brains and Bodies by Hank Pellissier

Is clothing crushing us? Are we trapped in tomb-like textiles, exiling our flesh from experiencing the environment? Are we atrophying our epidermis, our senses, our neuro-intelligence?