intellectual capital

Where Teachers Hold an Equity Position

October 19, 2011
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Harvard University certainly holds and equity position in their students – notably the famous ones. What if every community viewed every child as an asset instead of a liability?

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The Future Of Money And Technology; Monetizing Intangible Capital

March 30, 2011
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I was deeply impressed at how four duly recognized experts can approach a similar problem from four completely different environments and arrive at fully complementary conclusions and subsequent solutions.

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The Innovation Banker

September 22, 2010
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Together with the financial banking, these two system engage in the dance of the virtuous circle of innovation enterprise. Apart, they collapse into the swirling cesspool of eternal debt and infinite interest (pun intended).

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9/11 and the Convergence Economy

September 11, 2010

Today, I have been reading a lot of posts related to 9/11 and the terrible events of that day. The conversation lives. It is propagated in every direction and expressed in so many different ways once unimaginable from editorialized news.

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What’s Your Cut of the $5 Trillion Knowledge Economy?

September 3, 2010

Your knowledge and experience also helps others predict what preferences you may have and what decisions you may make. Corporations, advertisers, banks, insurance companies, and politicians all want to know this and they will go to extreme and expensive measures to get it – why not just sell it to them?

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Intellectual Property In the Cloud

August 31, 2010

Wall Street is quite happy collecting the royalties of the creative people in America – those people who actually produce something real and tangible. Social media is a social contract and Intellectual Property is our tangible currency.

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The Last Mile: Social Media Battleground

August 24, 2010

Nothing “Economic” can happen is Social Media until real people get together to build things. Sure, Marketers are trying their hardest to penetrate the last mile, but communities are trying to defend it too.

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Bizarro Capitalism

July 27, 2010

After all, every living person is allocated a certain amount of time on Bizarro World. Time is a scarce resource whose value is determined by supply and demand. Time is not easily forged, debased, or counterfeited. It makes for a perfect Bizarro currency. Of Course the Bizarro Currency would be called the Rallod (Dollar spelled backwards).

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Social Capitalism: Meet The New Intangibles

July 26, 2010

Today, land, labor, and capital make up the tangible assets allocated by entrepreneurs in the production of all products and service. Meanwhile, Social Capital, Creative Capital, and Intellectual Capital of people and communities are called intangible assets. As soon as you leave the Corporation, this condition reverses. What if the new generation of corporations were built on this reversal?

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What is Social Capitalism?

July 19, 2010

Social Capitalism is where factors of production in an economy are purely human and technological and less structural:. Specifically, social capital, creative capital, and intellectual capital deployed outside the construct of the prevailing corporations or governments.

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