It’s been 20 years since I published Paradigm Shift. In 1991 we were barely at the cusp of the technology revolution.
Best-selling author, writer and pundit (and dual citizen of both countries) Diane Francis argues that the United States and Canada should unite ASAP. She sets out the economic benefits of joining forces, how the deal could be fairly structured, and the political hurdles to overcome.
Renowned economist Ronald Coase died last week at the age of 102. Among his many achievements, Mr. Coase was awarded the 1991 Nobel Prize in Economics, largely for his inspiring 1937 paper The Nature of the Firm.
Printing yesterday’s news on dead trees is not a sustainable business model for large dailies.
Many of the features we take for granted in modern computing and communications can be traced back to the visionary work of Douglas Engelbart, who passed away last week at the age of 88.
The following is the condensed version of Don Tapscott’s commencement address during his installation as chancellor at Trent University.