lved with at the UK's National Develeopment Project for Computer Assisted learning. This my father Norman Macrae (The Economist's pro-youth economist for over 40 years) debriefed leaders on for a decade as 10 times more significant opportunity for human lifetimes than the industrial revolution. His 1984 book mapped the next 3 billion jobs for those who wanted the net generation to be the most collaborative and productive time for their children and worldwide youth
How do the top 10 Education ER's match with Norman's Book
1 Organise a year round event where youth pitch there best ideas as pivotal to education and media in your country and in every society ( which Norman called a Borderless planet's network of global villages) as the cost of collaborative actions networking needed being a function of distance -examples MIT, south Africa's free university, coming Atlanta 2015 -25000 youth festival across hundreds of public colleges -edit our wiki here if updating this interests you
2 Connect Youth Entrepreneur competition to MOOCs, Social Good Summits and Khan Academy style viralisation of action training. All of these can scale at same time involving millions of youth in action solutions global villages need
3 Change content in every public broadcaster until 30000 microfranchsies have been identified and celebrated- their inventors deserve to be co-heroes of youth as much as sports or fashion stars. A microfranchise hero develops a method whereby a community is empowered to serve its own vital need - and mainly gives away replication of this franchise to any community with a similar crises all over the world. Make sure that the world's most popular khan academy training modules (or OLAs as mooc leaders call them) correspond to briefing how to replicate a microfranchise and as importantly how not to in terms of ownership and open technology
4 Map the correspondence between cluster of microfranchises and training institutes like the free nursing college needed to train up the missing 100 million nurses and health information networkers needed so that healthcare is affordable. accessible and trusted everywhere
5 Retrain what need to be the core skills of economists:
structure capital so family's savings invest in next generations jobs out of every global village
dsign future that youth and 99% of people want to spend their lifetimes collaborating round- no market is free unless its most value purpose facilitates this
understand that open education and clean energy are the two multipliers of human productivity- get those right and todays knowhow technologies make achieving any millennium collaboration goal possible
6 Primary schooling needs to add which 21st C literacies- financial literacy is vote for by orphanage network and has now scaled across 100 countries; mobilising internet access needs to be every childs human right but round job empowering apps not trivial chit chat; empowerment of hosting open spaces is needed so that every child can be a project team leader where her of his skills need such confidence-building in a collaboration age; health and nutrition in the community should be something that takes children out of schools and out of being taught by a narrow group of teachers; teaching of languages understood as a way of exploring cultures and opening networking doors need to be revisited- how soon will google ears translate languages smoothly once google glasses sensors have become used in school as across the world
7 secondary schooling needs marrying with vocational colleges for the majority of youth whose life depends far m,ore on learning by doing than sitting reading books, being lectured at and used as endless examination fodder- south africa's free university system has now advanced this secondary job creating stage
8,9.10 here are some locations that have been mixing all of these things the longest - what can we all learn from them
9 Lucknow India and Bangladesh
10 New Zealand and China
study the people and places who have ubderstood changing education towards the both ideas the most…
youth futures exponential opportunity or risk of the concept of national health service or even of european union. (In both cases The Economist view was most wonderful concept- lost its intergeneration pro-youth purpose within 5 years of staring to be executed- can we learn about designing social and business systems why before we design the next wonderful concept)
3 List scariest /riskiest apps
4 Recursively clarify wherever and however future histories impacts of 2 or 3 are linked into 1
The simplest part of this exercise is a checklist of 1 communications and computerisation. Here are some of the items worth valuing exponentially up and down that emerged during 2nd and 3rd quarters. By 1972 the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution was born - it would determine whether by 2025 global and local systems had been designed so that the rest of the 21st century would be or not be worldwide youth's most productive and sustainable time.
Open computers (von neumann) -birth of massive coding
Computer chips start to get on moores law economy
Internetworks start to be experimented with
Notably 2 of the scariest apps of second quarter of 2oth Century were the accident of how taped radio was first dominated in Hitler's propaganda making world war 2 inevitable. World war 2 invented the nuclear bomb which spun what had previously been public servants in the most developed nations into becoming merchant of fear and armed races (eisenhowers industrial military complex). In tandem those politicians who were partly aware of what taped radio had done insisted on 2 opposite extreme futures of broadcast tv - ultimately it should be censored by government or ultimately only commerce should dictate it. Ironically both of these versions turned mass media into the dumbest and most anti-youth futures. Before the end of the 3rd quarter of the 20th century, ER was mapping how the battle to make inet media the smartest humans had ever designed would determine whether the 21st C started spiralling worldwide wars through communities or worldwide freedoms - terms to start debating included global village and borderless planet
When we rereview our list of greatest open education entrepreneurial revolutionaries 1984-2025 we need to factor in how forbidden questioning chained all sorts of disciplines in government run schools even though the western view of mid 20th century social safety nets assumed that governments were the only democratic way forward. That is why today's checklist of the 20 greatest anti-youth monopolies starts with the 4 anti-youth education monopolies:
what is taught
what is researched
what is examined
what is certified
unless we free these job creating futures will become ever more in conflict with what the vast majority of teachers are conditioned to do to children and youth.
Another huge future history opportunity and risk. By 1975 it was possible to discuss the scenario that more money and time would be spent on all these communications and service revolutions than manufacturing. In other words we needed to ask how different the economic models of the postindustrial age could be- and did they provide a new opportunity from what keynes called economist most basic problem - ending poverty.
Those who believe that knowhow can multiple value in open use map win-win economics models of abundancy that free future purposes that are critically different to the scarcity assumptions of consuming up things. One aspect that entrepreneurial always needs to value most is future productivity not the demand pull that the advertising as dumbest media age conditioned
ion is practically the same as what would the world miss without MIT? Youth around the world would miss open collaboration, innovations that advance the human lot and the world's number 1 job creating alumni network.So economic is MIT that only 10 nations with all their resource aggregation rank higher in generating jobs.
Unlike many other academics responsible for entrepreneur centres at business schools, Roberts recommended that each MIT practice area developed its own movements of entrepreneurship. One way you can see how this has evolved is how many different practice labs run their own entrepreneur competitions annually as well as joint competitions.
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Meanwhile Edward has been working on making sure that particular ideology of capital gets first pick at the competition winners. Since there is a fine tradition at MIT to explore your deepest practice area for lifelong pursuit, so many venture capitalists who prioritise asking entrepreneurs to focus on monetisation exit plans are asked to do their deals across the pond in Harvard -not to pollute the MIT spirit of entrepreneurs-for-humanity
While MIT has for over a dozen years led worldwide virtual sharing of educational curricula (open courseware) , Edward Roberts also coordinates the REAP program for those regions that want clusters of their universities to fully understand how the MIT job creating model is different from academia that do not value youth job creation as their main purpose. Its hilarious listening to the number of excuses university admins come up with for not fully clustering together- the hoary issue of letting a quasi-monopoly certify which of your country's youth has a productive future is, as Adam Smith predicted, a fast way to devalue a nation's future, ever more so in our post-industrial era of everyone's a brainworker
Note that while the world's future potential for youth spins around resources and apps of practical decision-making , leaders sustaining inter-generational impacts serve institutions not their own personal brand. Edward Roberts has been illustrating this for 4 decades linking in student innovation flows of each new MIT year with the sort of cross-disciplinary morphing that goes on when brains are energised to advance the future's possibilities not referee over boxing-in past precedents. It is fortunate that digital technologies 4 most world-shaping decades 80s 90s 00s 10s have seen MIT benefit from such mapmaking continuity as Roberts'
What youth collaboration challenges is Edward Roberts centre of
If ever Disney wished to build a 21st C EPCOT as expo of business, science and human futures, all it would really need to do is make a 2 square mile map around the entrepreneur centre at MIT. Expect to come up with 100 names that each need popularising with the layman's question of what the bleep are people working on that future doing
Note how many fusions of disciplines are involved - arguably that open architecture dynamics is what all the future's most productive webs are quite largely about. Though we refer you to Rochon's celebration that an app's value multipliers depend most on how deeply turns society's life critical needs into living labs.
As people at MIT like to say the 10s are the decade when Moores Law moves on from doubling the power of silicon annually to doubling the microfranchise reach of life's most critical apps.
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Invoking austerity just as the post-industrial revolution could be collaboratively accessed by youth everywhere is the least economic stricture imaginable- and the one whose terrifying compound risks every mathematician since Einstein has begged big decision-makers to prevent. Such conceit would fatally destroy more and more communities capacity to develop families as the fundamental entrepreneurial molecule of everything human lifetimes multiply positive impacts around.
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Reread the simplest economics principles mapped in 1972 in The Economist's next 40 years
Principle 1 - no place can grow unless capital structures family savings so as to invest in that place's next generation's productivity
Advanced principle 1 - what triggered the world's industrial revolution starting out of the UK.
Note how the human races greatest potential leap forward started because there were no credit ratings agencies.
Dare we suggest that top-down billanthropists risk being blind to the greatest innovation in YouthWorldBanking. Award youth linking into MIT alumni networks with a new currency that can be mobilised through mobilising cashless banking. eg see cas of MPESA entrepreneur Nick Hughes
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As Entrepreneurial Revolution debates rose out of The Economist -the idea that growing productivity in a borderless world does not depend on adding up Gross National Products can yet be the salvation of hi-trust economics. As Einstein proved, the only sciences worthy of the human race are those that innovate themselves by celebrating how to go more micro than they had ever mapped interactions before.
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End of chapter 16:Sunlight is the fuel which sustains life on earth. The process by which plants extract energy from sunlight, using that energy to build up complex compounds from simper ones and thereby storing the energy which animals, including humans, use to grow and move and see and think is the life-process itself. We (human beings) have always exploited that life-process, but in the past we have only been able to do so by using living plants as our agents. We learned to cultivate them, develop them by selective breeding, and since the 1980s to meddle with their genes, but we have not yet learned to substitute something of our own making for the living plant. We have not found or made a more efficient substitute for chlorophyll itself outside the naturally-occurring factory which is the living cell.Until we design our own systems which can deploy the energy of sunlight as efficiently as humble algae does, we humans have no real biotechnology of our own. We have many kinds of solar cells which can extract energy from the sunlight and store is as electricity or heat, but such devices are very crude indeed beside the technical sophistication and versatility of living plants.We are making a determined effort to capture and use a greater fraction of the solar energy which falls upon the face of the earth every day. We are trying to make plants flourish in paces where at present they can only eke out the most precarious of existence. The ideal situation, however, would be one in which we did not need to work so hard to adapt existing plants to more hostile conditions. If we had our own artificial systems of photosynthesis we might exploit the desert sun ourselves, without using other organisms as intermediaries. Our ultimate ambition must be to make artificial photosynthetic systems more efficient than those which have evolved alongside side us throughout the history of life on earth. Then and only then will we be able to claim that we are technologically self-sufficient. In 2024, this looks as if it might be one of our children's tasks.
more on optimistic scenarios on how net generation can be10 times more productive than any prior one provided we select mots urgent open goals first at http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html…
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1 an introduction to humanity's most valuable curriculum- main question if you know an even more valuable curriculum : what is it?
2 why the next 2 months to 1 November 2013 are the most urgent time after spending most of the last 13 years - and particular the subprime era of the last 5 - losing touch with the deep integrated connections that built this curriculum from 1972 (which coincidentally was when The Economist first started the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution - would we design the next 40 years round making 2010s net generation youth most collaborative and productive time?)
-main question what sorts of movements are left who can make sure the next 60 days doesn't lose touch?
3 more detailed examples of the practical gamechangers that we could be freeing millions of youth to be networking now - which of these do you personally know someone who has an interest in saving -how can we collaborate in linking them in
4 a diary of failed attempts to get usual suspects to do anything more than lobby for funds instead of making sure an open educational curriculum is sustained -question what more evidence do you need for entrepreneurial revolution's simplest value- if you want your place to grow never ever let political systems spend more than 25% of the peoples money let alone youth's futures
655 youth capitalism curriculum http://normanmacrae.ning.com skype chrismacraedc web trilliondollaraudit.com -father's (Norman Macrae) most famous trillion dollar future surveys of next generation's productivity and exponential sustainability include 1984 healthcare; 1972 net generation's entrepreneurial revolution; 1962 future of japan; 1975 future of asia pacific ; 2008 world banking and world trading triads of bangladesh, china and worldwide youth -if you have difficulties searching these out please tell me
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norman macrae, chris macrae , matthewbishop - matthew bishop and his colleagues and I have been interested since 1988 in every way dismal media and the branding of goodwill has been misvalued to destroy youth's social impacts as older generations accidentally fail to celebrate the net generation's curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution started by my father in The Economist in 1972 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kT9gp7ORiJE
Naila has been mobilising womens and health empowerment since 1996 originally as a co-leader of grameen phone out of bangladesh and Pakistan; these days she is a neighbour of mine and at http://www.women4empowerment.org april 5 sees their second annual free healthcare check for 2000 poor people/families in state of maryland -her expert connections in this include various people at john hopkins; right now she is negotiating a mobile franchise that would empower the poorest hispanic women across americas to connect the most life critical information and support services…
neurial Revolution dialogues in The Economist in 1972
is responsible for open replication of more end poverty microfranchsies than any other...
What headlines would you vote for to identify Dr Yunus's life of action celebrations how would you edit these 4 possible headlines; and what would you propose corresponding 4 headlines for sir fazle and over in Consider Kenya: ingrid munro thanks email@example.com MY1 Entrepreneurially saved livelihoods and increased productivity of world’s poorest women MY2 Broke cycle of illiteracy in tens of thousands of village communities, so increasing productivity of Bangladesh’s youthful nation MY3 Bridged digital divides every which way round global communications and local communities MY4 Turned country in centre of asian pacific www century into innovation lab for tech for ending poverty partners and sustainability’s world trade of open source franchises MY5 Demonstrated way to electrify poorest rural areas in world with colar --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
in 1971, Bangladesh was born and my father @ The Econoist Saint James London - first predicted the death of the international financial system 40 years on; the subliminal narrative of the 2010s big banking's 3rd world war with the possibilities of net generation to be 10 times more productive peoples will win-win-win with the www if young people everywhere know why we celebarte who we economically heroise tell us if you have any microeconomic collaboration projects connecting the 40th anniversary Celebrations of Bangaldesh and its microentrepreneurial models of worldwide sustainability happy 2011, chris macrae www.erworld.tv help develop a library of consider bangladesh - consider being dad's entrepreneurial revolution sub-brand denoting what 7 billion people need to share knowhow and cheer-lead round next …
happy to mediate if people try and prevent you in true and fair use of sharing this knowhow so that the net generation becomes worldwide youth's mist productive and collaborative time - firstname.lastname@example.org Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's pro-youth economist Washington DCregion tel 1 301 881 1655
Transcripts on Who was Norman Macrae? 0.1 The Economist - 0.2 His Grand-Daughter; 0.3 Viscount Matt Ridley(former science editor of The Economist), 0.4 Transcript from First worldwide pro-youth economics party ( Boardroom of The Economist with "telegram" from Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus - if your ffuture capital wants to co-host a youth economic celebration party , please contacytus
ER1 series on 21st C organisational designs will need to be wholly different systems from 20th Century's largest: ER1.1 Mackey Conscious Capitalism 2013; Norman Macrae Next Capitalism's pro-youth Entrepreneurial Revolution (The Economist 1976) ..
Craig Barrett Ethical Leadership Text; George Soros and Sir Fazle Abed Text on How Economics and Open Society 2013; Yunus (Nobel 2006) Can Do Now Script for Planet Earth and Valuing Human Creativity; Yunus Social Business 2000 Bookclub discussion text 2008
ER2 Series Open Education texts
ER3 Series in those who design youth's future - be they economists or public servants - need to earn youth's trust and maximize win-win models: Keynes; Von Neumann ... Unseen Wealth's 2 Curricula -Part 1 Curriculum When do Professions do Great Harm to Youth and Sustaining Huiman Futures? Part 2 how do we mediate the most valuable future purspoe that each global market sector can exponentially sustain. Part 2 overlays with Conscious CapitalismCurricula
urrent updates reveal is there is no more time to say this is somebody's else's challenge to address in the future- when our lives all over the world are being spun by a destructive meta-system it is time for us all to collaborate in action urgent change towards more joyful futures
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the paradox that should be concerning hi-trust entrepreneurs (sustained wealth and health creators out of every community) today is that all of us alive now are in the middle of a change even greater (and faster) than the steam engine that begot the industrial revolution -when I talk about youth it is their future that we as parents should be concerned about ( eg in Greece and Spain its not youth's fault that rotten economics (and errant speculations mainly made by elder people) is all but closing down their nation's future) - however of course to get back to the extraordinary potential of massive collaboration that the revolution's new value multipliers are about we need all generations to participate suppose as keynes did in his last 3 pages of General Theory that every time you read the word economist you interpreted controller of what future is possible - then there are some very basic principles of economics which everybody should be allowed to know before teenage years in the way that other literacies are introduced- of all these principles the one my father believed to be most fundamental in editing economics through his life time was: a place cannot grow unless capital is structured so that families inter-generational savings are invested in next generation's productivity out of that place - in fact in this 1972 survey http://www.tlemea.com/economist/results-view.asp?searchText=macrae&searchDate=&resperpage=10&respage... dad foretold that if any other principle of economic ever became more powerful (as forces of globalization increased) then the consequence would be total collapse of the financial system in 2010s that so many so-called economists advising top politicians and other biggest decision-makers impacting the future have forgotten this most basic principle is what dad's generation politely called a right old muddle - a phrase that had a biting edge to its plea to halt failing systems from spiraling out of human reach to recover from if like dad you spent your last days as a teenager navigating airplanes in world war 2 over current day myanmar
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how do humans design futures?-in the 2020s decade of the sdgs – this question has never had moore urgency. to be or not t be/ – ref to lessons of deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - we now know how-a man made system is defined by one goal uniting generations- a system multiplies connected peoples work and demands either accelerating progress to its goal or collapsing - sir fazle abed died dec 2020 - so who are his modt active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow n- soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adaptability where cop26 november will be a great chance to renuite with 260 years of adam smith and james watts purposes there is no point in connecting with system mentors unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning mext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy an productive life as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between discover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ultimately the world was designed around a handful of big empires and often only the most powerful men in those empires. 4 amazing human-tech systems were invented to start massive use by 1960 borlaug agriculture and related solutions every poorest village (2/3people still had no access to electricity) could action learn person to person- deming engineering whose goal was zero defects by helping workers humanize machines- this could even allowed thousands of small suppliers to be best at one part in machines assembled from all those parts) – although americans invented these solution asia most needed them and joyfully became world class at them- up to 2 billion people were helped to end poverty through sharing this knowhow- unlike consuming up things actionable knowhow multiplies value in use when it links through every community that needs it the other two technologies space and media and satellite telecoms, and digital analytic power looked promising- by 1965 alumni of moore promised to multiply 100 fold efficiency of these core tech each decade to 2030- that would be a trillion tmes moore than was needed to land on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improve race to end poverty- and initially it did but by 1990 it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complex vested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed the big get bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate and other stuff that a world trebling in population size d\from 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the good and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only serving rich men and politicians od every party who have taken us to the brink of ending our species- these are the most exciting times to be alive - we the 3 generations children parents grandparents have until 2030 to design new system orbits gravitated around goal 1 and navigating the un's other 17 goals do you want to help/ 8 cities we spend most time helping students exchange sustainability solutions 2018-2019 BR0 Beijing Hangzhou: BR6 Geneva, Luxembourg, BR2 Dhaka, Delhi, BR1 Tokyo, Seoul
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Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
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1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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