1. The Future of Education

    The pace of change is mandating that we produce a faster, smarter, better grade of human being. Current systems are preventing that from happening. Future education system will be unleashed with the advent of a standardized rapid courseware-builder and a single point global distribution system. "Education is now the number one economic priority in today's global economy." - John Naisbitt, Author o…Read More

  2. Driving Forces

    Emerging New Trends that will Affect the Way We Live, Think, and Act in 2006 and Beyond 2005 was defined by Google, iPods, the "World is Flat", natural disasters, blogs, podcasting, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and a dramatic influx of new technologies designed to give us freedom and control of our lives. (more…)…Read More

  3. Ten Key Trends for Women in 2005 and Beyond

    As people move through life, they search for signposts along the way. They search for those rare pieces of intelligence that give them a gut-level feeling of confidence about what to do next. Today's women are particularly adept at reading these signposts, which range from magazine articles, to movies, to conversations with a people they trust. They trust their instincts and aren't afraid to make …Read More

  4. The Buzz Chronicles

    Creating a Small Blip on the Radar Screen of Humanity Somewhere around 5:30 am each morning I roll out of bed and roll up to my computer. Blurry eyed, before I brew up my first cup of tea, I grab the mouse and check Google, searching the phrase "taste & smell patents", recording the results. On October 12th the number is 5,070. Five days earlier, the same search produced only 2 results. The on…Read More

  5. Intellectual Property’s Next Big Wave Taste & Smell Patents

    Roughly ten years ago I was involved in a conversation with some patent attorneys over the question of whether someone could patent a smell. The conclusion they reached was yes, as long as there was some system in place for defining smells.Enter the October 4, 2004 announcement that two Americans were awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering how people can recognize and remember an esti…Read More

  6. Top 10 Trends in Innovation

    Key Factors Most Affecting Innovation in the US Innovation is a broad area of the US economy that means vastly different things to different people. The definition is even widely debated depending on the context of its use. In preparation for the upcoming Colorado Innovation SummitTM we have been examining the world of innovation and have identified the top trends impacting innovation. The researc…Read More

  7. Abandoning Our Young

    Colorado's Cash Crisis is Hanging Startups Out to Dry The engines of Colorado's job creation have gone silent. R&D purse strings remain tightly drawn. In 2004, total U.S. R&D expenditures are expected reach $284 billion, a rise of just 1.3% in inflation-adjusted dollars. Of this sum money earmarked for Colorado is notably absent. This is an alarming reality as the state's economic doldrums…Read More

  8. The Coming Collapse of Income Tax

    A System on the Verge of Self-Destruction Within the next ten years the income tax system in the United States will be dismantled. A number of emerging new forces coupled with the universal dislike of the system will soon gain enough of a toehold to cause it to collapse. State income tax systems will be dismantled either shortly thereafter or at the same time. It is a system that has mushroomed ou…Read More

  9. How to Launch Your Own Movement

    Too often the old notions about starting a business fail because the end goal of what we're trying to accomplish is too big. It's too big for what you can accomplish yourself. It's too big for the traditional revenue paradigms of business modeling. And it's too big to fit within the legal structures that we as business people have to operate within. Lately the trend has been to "Launch Your Own Mo…Read More

  10. The Virtual Country

    Six Possible Scenarios for the Creation of Viable Virtual Countries The Internet, while still in its infancy, has created borderless economies, that are confusing the issues of power and control, and even the sovereignty of nations. We are now entering into a new era of public power and control. The true power that is beginning to emerge is Technocratic, meaning that we are beginning to reorganize…Read More