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Population Futures

Emerging changes in demographics through migration, ageing and birth explosions in some countries will become a potent force of disruption in the years ahead. Read on to discover where our robot Athena thinks future opportunities exist to serve these expanding populations. 1,000 more words

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"The Future Ain't What It Used To Be"

“The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be.”┬áSo said legendary baseball catcher Yogi Berra in the 1970’s. Anyone who has ministered in mainline churches in the United States in the last 30 or so years can sympathize. 663 more words

Why We Fight Among Ourselves and Get Candidates like Hillary and Trump (The Long Version)

(Note: The short version will soon appear on Political Storm. Unlike so many blogging sites, my own has no word limit. And, by the way, you are welcome to submit guest blogs if you think they will fit. 1,291 more words


The Intelligence Quotient

In this post, I’ll be discussing the role of demographics and linguistics in the cognitive and intellectual development of an individual. I must warn you I haven’t really done any… 536 more words

Demo-Graphics: Comic Fandom on Facebook

Earlier this month I posted the statistics of the general comic fandom on Facebook. As we release all stats, here’s a repeat of that post. 344 more words


"The Friday TV Report" 14 + Netflix! from Sally Ember, Ed.D., and her mom

“The Friday TV Report” 14 from Sally Ember, Ed.D., and her mom

I (Sally) update this ongoing mini-reviews of certain TV and Netflix shows with our opinions (began in fall, 2015). 6,745 more words


Cities Creating Most White Collar Jobs

An excellent article about that from New Geography and Sacramento ranks 46 in the large cities category.

An excerpt.

The information sector may have glamour and manufacturing, nostalgia appeal, but the real action in high-wage job growth in the United States is in the vast realm of professional and business services. 193 more words