When it seemed like this monthly post would only have a couple of links, many interesting posts poped out in my Feedly and started sharing compulsively in the last days. Many things are happening in my life compulsively in lately. I anticipate a post about some news in the coming days. In the meantime, this is this month’s links summary: The Importance Of Having A Purpose In Digital Transformation And Innovation To be placed in the wall and to read it every day: Technology isn’t the answer. It’s an essential…read more
We are never too old to learn new things or to understand the changes in the world around us. We obviously need to change our mindset from a learning environment where the teacher actually teaches to the new situation where there is a new role: the Maker Mentor, who leads and helps Makers to enhance their learning experience.
The first step in disruption is to accept the magnitude of the changes that are already starting and are about to occur. The transformation of cities into smart cities is something we are witnessing on a daily basis. Electric, autonomous and connected cars will be slowly but gradually replacing today’s vehicles. We are already seeing delivery drones… New solutions for mobility as a whole are great examples that we currently see around us.
Just another week with a few links. And surprisingly, coming from different sources, three of them are about similar concepts: privacy and security. The first one about the use of Blockchain to increase the privacy of electronic health records. The second one posted in a blog whose main focus is IT security and privacy. And the third one about the meta information that is accesible when we use messaging apps. More interested in these topics every day. 16 Percent of Healthcare Companies to Have Commercial Blockchain Solutions in 2017 To further…read more
In 2005, just 11 years ago, when Pope John Paul II passed away, people that went to Vatican were looking to the place where the reason that brought them there was happening. Some of them, very few as we can see in the photo below, used their cell phones to take pictures that would hel them remember the moment. Eight years later, those who went to the same place to celebrate the nomination od Pope Francis, placed themselves in the sale position (facing the action) but, instead of looking directly into the…read more