ially compound -no harm to youth's futures .They had hired themselves out to soundbiting tv-age politicians, short-termists or big vested interests- and as yet few had engaged in Entrepreneurial Revolution debates of how the coming of the internet open learning economy could be 10 increase human productivity 10 fold but only if it was designed foremost round economics resolving every sustainability crisis at a community level
As indexed in right column: we start new sections at briefs that sound to be particularly urgently debated OLA's (Open Learning Activities) of what needs become the world's free online pro-youth economics curriculum
.Curriculum APPs -help map which nations are being designed to exponentially sustain or fail their youth?
Managing the world's money
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>table>Growth by getting smaller Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Page 101. Vol 263, issue 6972.
Managing the British economy News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 8 March 1975. Pages 34,35. Vol 254, issue 6863.
Keynes and the monetarists News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 15 March 1975. Pages 74,75. Vol 254, issue 6864.
The New Cambridge News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 22 March 1975. Pages 30,31. Vol 254, issue 6865.
A history of incomes policy News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 29 March 1975. Pages 92,93. Vol 254, issue 6866.
Does incomes policy work? News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 5 April 1975. Pages 22,23. Vol 255, issue 6867.
The oil story News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 26 April 1975. Pages 36,37. Vol 255, issue 6870
Banking in slumpflation News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 3 May 1975. Pages 32,33. Vol 255, issue 6871.
Government and industry News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 10 May 1975. Pages 38,39. Vol 255, issue 6872.
Britain's unemployed News in Brief The Economist. Saturday, 17 May 1975. Pages 28,29. Vol 255, issue 6873. .
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Infant prodigies Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 105,106. Vol 263, issue 6972.
The world of the electron Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 101,102. Vol 263, issue 6972.
David v Goliath Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 102,105. Vol 263, issue 6972.
Software's the hard sell Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Page 106. Vol 263, issue 6972.
Where are Britain's capital venturers? Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 23 July 1977. Pages 72,73. Vol 264, issue 6986.
Wanted: capital adventurers News The Economist. Saturday, 12 November 1977. Page s37. Vol 265, issue 7002.
Fun no more (American venture capital) Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 25 February 1978. Pages 98,100. Vol 266, issue 7017.
Rush to invest in Britain (Electronics) Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1978. Page 102. Vol 267, issue 7030.
Chips and Inmos Letters to Editor The Economist. Saturday, 7 October 1978. Page 8. Vol 269, issue 7049.
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of course sam is his generation's master of all US links free download from journal issue 6 -paper by sam daley-harris: what's needed now are social innovations as is Monica hers www.singforhope.org
2 simplest way to introduce my interests is to say back in 1972 dad at The Economist and I saw hundreds of youth sharing knowhow around an early digital network- http://normanmacrae.ning.com the rest of my dad's life was spent debating in The Economist what he called Entrepreneurial Revolution and its application to 7 major markets that he believed would most determine whether the net generation would become
the most productive and sustainable
or go the way orwell predicted
as cambridge graduated mathematicians, one thing that dad and I know about system design is the most unlikely impact of "death of distance technology" of the early 21st century is some in between state of these two extremes- as per our 1984 book on the net generation - the next decade is deadlined to determine where our species goes. So http://wholeplanet.tv making sure that millions of youth interact that choice is beyond urgent- and only open education seems left as the way ahead to scale that
dad died in 2010 but wherever my family can, we host parties around the world so practical or journalistic connections can be made between youth and yunus and dad's views of how to celebrate million times more collaboration technology in what youth spend their lifetimes on -estelle's video of party at The Economist boardroom - combined pro-youth economics leaflet written with yunus
-friends who joined in this party included Jeff Devlin whose main global consultancy is on health, and my brother in law chris granville who was for long a senior accountant at BUPA - also we were joined by one of dad's great friends was sir keith peters who revolutionised cambridge university's approach to healthcare and has been a former head of the royal academy for medicine ;
so health service is one of 7 application areas I try and maintain maps of people who want health to be designed around the future of youth's needs and real millennium goal investment- today what could be more vital than getting the curriculum of the most affordable and accessible healthcare up so that millions of yunus can interact around this before the opposite curriculum dominates virtual channels as it already does physical academia?
we can go further and say that after yunus first 15 years of experimenting with mobile , he saw that the only way that future generations will all get affordable healthcare is if nurses become the most trusted grassroots and information networkers -and to some extent nursing, nutrition, healthy exercise becomes a secondary curriculum sufficiently that wizard technologists build apps around these connections
given that yunus longest running supporters out of scotland have ensured that grameen already sustains the most economical nursing training curriculum for real - it would be a tragic watse iof such curriculum isnt a lead area of MOOCyunus and what content is first edited in healthcare into www.khanacademy.org and coursera
when one surveys who could help yunus open source a knowhow curriculum -of any of the practices he has devoted his life to - one ends up with a different map from which agents maximise fund raising and their own power around representing him
here is part of my my map of whose collaborations can most help yunus free nursing and emedical and nutrition curriculum - of course I am delighted to be informed of gaps in my knowledge
1 on the ground -out of grameen in mirpur, sultan (kalyan) and parfitt (nursing) are heroic practitioners
2 for 7 years now mostofa (a young bangladeshi villager) has been arranging interviews for me - 21 with yunus and 11 bangladesh visits so its always worth checking local news from him
3 when it comes to youth wizards of technology in bangladesh , shafqat who used to work for grameen solutions but now owns his own tech consulrancy is well placed- especially as he is helping larry brilliant and skoll bring an ilab to dhaka; it was actually larry brilliant who did such a great job in codifying what the aravind microfranchise involved so that it was as easy as possible tor sultan to replicate it from india to bangladesh
4 naila used to head grameen solutions but is now over in dc region both because her family needed her hear and the conflicts in bangladesh make it unsafe ; she has her own teleconsulting business that people like vidar depend on when they need new audiences (eg the film to catch dollar); she is also mobilising events where several thounsand people converge in maryland to get free healthchecks for a day -s e eg www.women4empowerment.org whose biggest events are hosted in same communities that john hopkins serves (probaly the main coursera curriculum provider on health)
5 tania has also take a timeout in the dc region i live in - previously being chief of staff for sir fazle abed- when one maps grassroots education and healthcare in bangladesh while funding channels of brac and grameen may be separate knowledge flows should never be siloised if holistic health service to the rural poor is the future goal
6 taddy blecher in south africa knows more about who;s who of free education than anyone I know- he started free university movements around mandela and google africa about 14 years ago --- I am sure he loves any connections with health knowhow
7 back in australia kim mediates youth futures in ways that parallel my work
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well paul komesraoff and I connected soon after 9/11 he is interested in how medical experts or youth can also be in the right place to facilitate reconcilation - usually just after immediate disaster response turns into sustaining recovery -tell me if you want me to phone him and fix an appointment for you to meet; there is also a cousin of mine in oz who is a world leader in cancer researcg
kazi huque leads grameenintel that is supposed to be an epicentre of emedical projects but I am not sure which ones are scaling -do you already know him?
professor okada is arguably yunus most significant flow academically since japan is a huge supporter of yunus and okada connects grameen technology lab out of kyushu-do you know okada?
in the usa the two spaces that most interest me are MIT which does a lot of work in line with your pdf - do you have enough contacts there already? and clintons' state of arkansaw- in obama's 4 billion community broadband investments arkansas was designed as state for social labs of telemedicine- i know whom the overall organiser of that is
chris macrae 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc
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Catherine Ashton, Baroness Ashton of Upholland, PC (born 20 March 1956) is a British Labour politician who in 2009 became the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy for the European Union. Under the Treaty of Lisbon, this post is combined with the post of Vice-President of the European Commission.
Her political career began in 1999 when she was created a Life Peer (Baroness Ashton of Upholland) by the Labour Government. Under this government she became the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Department for Education and Skills in 2001 and subsequently in the Department for Constitutional Affairs and Ministry of Justice in 2004. She became a Privy Councillor (PC) in May 2006.
Catherine Ashton was appointed Leader of the House of Lords and Lord President of the Queen's Privy Council in Gordon Brown’s first Cabinet in June 2007. As well as Leader of the Lords, she held responsibility in the House of Lords for equalities issues, and she was instrumental in steering the EU's Treaty of Lisbon through the UK's upper chamber. In 2008, she succeeded Peter Mandelson as Commissioner for Trade in the European Commission.
In December 2009, she became the first person to take on the role of High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy that was created by the Treaty of Lisbon. As High Representative, Baroness Ashton serves as the EU's foreign policy chief.
1 Early life
2 Early career in the United Kingdom
3 EU Trade Commissioner
4 Appointment as High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
4.1 Controversy surrounding appointment
5 Responsibilities as High Representative
6.1 Responses to criticism
7 Honours, awards and assessment
8 Personal life
10 External links
Catherine Ashton was born in Upholland, Lancashire on 20 March 1956. She comes from a working class family, with a background in coal mining going back generations. She attended Upholland Grammar School in Billinge Higher End, Lancashire, then Wigan Mining and Technical College inWigan. Ashton graduated with a BSc in Sociology in 1977 from Bedford College, London (now part of Royal Holloway, University of London). She was the first person in her family to attend University.
Early career in the United Kingdom
Between 1977 and 1983 Ashton worked for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) as an administrator and in 1982 was elected as its national treasurer and subsequently as one of its vice-chairs. From 1979 to 1981 she was Business Manager of The Coverdale Organisation, a management consultancy. As of 1983 she worked for the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work. From 1983 to 1989 she was Director of Business in the Community working with business to tackle inequality, and established the Employers' Forum on Disability, Opportunity Now, and the Windsor Fellowship. For most of the 1990s, she worked as a freelance policy adviser. She chaired the Health Authority inHertfordshire from 1998 to 2001, and her children's school governing body, and became a Vice President of the National Council for One Parent Families.
She was made a Labour life peer as Baroness Ashton of Upholland in 1999, under Prime Minister Tony Blair. In June 2001 she was appointedParliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Department for Education and Skills. In 2002 she was appointed minister for Sure Start in the same department. In September 2004, she was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department for Constitutional Affairs, with responsibilities including the National Archives and the Public Guardianship Office. Ashton was sworn of the Privy Council in 2006, and became Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the new Ministry of Justice in May 2007.
In 2005 she was voted "Minister of the Year" by The House Magazine and "Peer of the Year" by Channel 4. In 2006 she won the "Politician of the Year" award at the annual Stonewall Awards, awarded to those that have made a positive impact on the lives of British LGBT people.
On 28 June 2007 the new Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, appointed her to the Cabinet as Leader of the House of Lords and Lord President of the Council. As Leader of the House, she was responsible for passing the Lisbon Treaty through the House of Lords.
EU Trade Commissioner
On 3 October 2008, she was nominated to replace Peter Mandelson as the UK's European Commissioner in Brussels. European Commissioners may not engage in any other occupation during their term of office, whether gainful or not so, in order to take up her position, she used the procedural device previously used in 1984 by Lord Cockfield and took a leave of absence from the House of Lords on 14 October 2008, retaining her peerage but not her seat.
Her appointment as Trade Commissioner was scrutinised by the European Parliament. She was criticised by Daniel Hannan, a British Conservative MEP, saying that she had "no background in trade issues at a time when the EU is engaged in critical negotiations with Canada, Korea and the WTO". However, following her public confirmation hearing by the Trade Committee of theEuropean Parliament, Ashton was approved by the Parliament on 22 October 2008 with 538 to 40 votes, and 63 abstentions.
In May 2009 after twenty years of disputes she represented the EU leading to an end of the beef war with US, 
In October 2009 as Trade Commissioner she concluded what was described by some commentators as ‘the most important trade agreement ever negotiated between the European Union and a third country’ Ashton led the EU delegation in an agreement that removed virtually all tariffs between the two economies.  
In November 2009 she represented the EU to end the twenty year old ‘banana wars’. "After so many twists and turns, these complicated and politically contentious disputes can finally be put to bed," said Pascal Lamy head of the World Trade Organisation, "It has taken so long that quite a few people who worked on the cases, both in the secretariat and in member governments have retired long ago”.
Appointment as High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
Ashton with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Further information: High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy#Ashton
On 19 November 2009, Ashton was appointed the EU's first High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. Her appointment was agreed by a summit of 27 European Union leaders in Brussels. After actively pushing for former British Prime Minister Tony Blairto become President of the European Council, Gordon Brown eventually relented on the condition that the High Representative position was awarded to a Briton.
Baroness Ashton receives a salary package of £328,000, which is larger than the salaries of UK Prime Minister David Cameron, French PresidentFrançois Hollande, or US President Barack Obama. However, it is lower than the salary of the President of the European Commission.
Ashton's position also presides over several European institutions, including the European Union Institute for Security Studies as the Chair of its Board.
Controversy surrounding appointment
Ashton's relative obscurity caused considerable comment in the media with The Guardian newspaper reporting that her appointment as High Representative had received a 'cautious welcome as EU foreign minister from international relations experts'. The Economist described her as being a virtual unknown with paltry political experience, having no foreign-policy background and having never been elected to anything. The magazine did however credit her with having piloted the Lisbon Treaty through the House of Lords, having handled the European Commission's trade portfolio without falling out with her colleagues, and being suited to consensus-building.
On the one hand, critics say she is likely to be out of her depth, never having been elected to any office. For example, on her appointment, the associate editor of The Spectator, and former editor of BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Rod Liddle, wrote: "Never elected by anyone, anywhere, totally unqualified for almost every job she has done, she has risen to her current position presumably through a combination of down-the-line Stalinist political correctness and the fact that she has the charisma of a caravan site on the Isle of Sheppey." According to The Guardian, an anonymous Whitehall source remarked: "Cathy just got lucky...The appointment of her and Herman Van Rompuy [as European Council president] was a complete disgrace. They are no more than garden gnomes." On the other hand, Shami Chakrabarti, the director of a pressure group called Liberty, who became friends with Ashton when she was a minister at the Department of Constitutional Affairs, said her critics were wrong: "People underestimate Cathy at their peril. She is not a great big bruiser. She is a persuader and a charmer. That is the secret of her success." Her friend, Ian McCartney, MP, said on her appointment: "She is a Wigan girl who has really made good... She is supportive of working people and has never forgotten her roots."The morning after her appointment, Ashton told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "Over the next few months and years I aim to show that I am the best person for the job. I hope that my particular set of skills will show that in the end I am the best choice."
Responsibilities as High Representative
Further information: High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
As High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, a post that was combined with Vice-President of the European Commission, Ashton was elected by the Heads of State and Government of the 27 European Union countries at a summit in Brussels.
Besides representing the EU at international forums and coordinating the Common Foreign and Security Policy and the Common Security and Defence Policy, the High Representative also:
As Vice-President of the European Commission, she participates in the weekly meeting of the European Commission.
Participates in the meetings of the European Council, where all EU leaders meet.
Is head of the European External Action Service
Responsible for the European Union Special Representatives
President of the Foreign Affairs Council
President of the European Defence Agency
Chair of the board of the European Union Institute for Security Studies
During her term in office she and her team have given priority to a number of European and global issues. These include:
Participation in the Quartet negotiations on the Middle East Peace Process
Leading European negotiations with Iran over its controversial Nuclear programme
Responding to the Arab Spring with a new European Neighbourhood Policy (May 2011), to provide funding and market access to North Africa
Supporting democratic forces in Libya by opening an EU office in Benghazi in May 2011 and supporting the National Transitional Council
Building a European consensus to establish sanctions against the Assad regime in Syria
Strengthening relations with the EU’s Strategic Partners such as the US, Russia, China, Brazil, India and South Africa
In the Balkans, forging renewed talks between Serbs and Kosovars (“Belgrade-Pristina" dialogue)
Negotiating an upgraded status for the EU at the UN as foreseen under the Lisbon Treaty
Establishing the European External Action Service (1 December 2010), which merged the external relations departments of the European Commission, Council of the European Union, and will have diplomats seconded from national foreign services.
In May 2012 as EU High Representative and working with EU Special Representative Alexander Rondos, she headed Operation Atalanta – an EU military action off the coast of Somalia, which curtailed piracy.
On 24th April 2013, she played a major role in brokering a deal between Serbia and Kosovo which normalised their ties. This followed her mediation of 10 rounds of talks between Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and Hashim Thaci, Prime Minister of Kosovo.[
Ashton (far right) with the rest of the Quartet on the Middle East (2010)
Ashton faced questions in the European Parliament over her role as national treasurer in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the 1980s, amid claims by its opponents that it may have had financial links to the Soviet Union. The eurosceptic United Kingdom Independence Party has written to Jose Manuel Barroso, the European Commission President, asking him to investigate whether Ashton was party to payments that he alleged were made to CND from the Soviet regime in Moscow. Ashton’s office refused to discuss CND’s funding in detail. It merely said that she “left CND in 1983 and had no involvement after that”.
French journalist Agnès Poirier has criticized her for the fact that she cannot speak any foreign languages.
In February 2010, it emerged that Ashton had been heavily criticised within the EU community for a number of actions, including her failure to visitHaiti in the wake of the earthquake and her lack of leadership abilities during ministerial meetings and policy briefings. Senior officials within her team complained that she speaks only in "generalities". She was also criticised for a lack of commitment to the job, allegedly switching off her phone after 8 pm every day. Ashton came under further criticism, including explicit criticism from national defence ministers Hervé Morin, Carme Chacón, Jack de Vries, and EU minister Pierre Lellouche, for her failure to attend the European Defence Summit in Majorca.
In February 2011, Baroness Ashton received the lowest grade in a survey rating the performance of European Commissioners. The survey, carried out by lobbying and PR company Burson-Marsteller, asked 324 Brussels policy-makers to rate the European Commissioners with a grade A to E (A being the highest). Lady Ashton, a commission vice-president as well as the EU's high representative for foreign affairs, scored an E for her performance. She was the only Commissioner to receive a grade below D.
In March 2012, Ashton was criticised by several newspapers for comparing the shooting of Jewish children in Toulouse with the situation in Gaza. Ashton said to Palestinian youths at a UNRWA event, “When we think of what happened in Toulouse today, when we remember what happened in Norway a year ago, when we know what is happening in Syria, when we see what is happening in Gaza and Sderot and in different parts of the world – we remember young people and children who lose their lives.” After she was misquoted in the press as having not mentionedSderot, Israeli ministers denounced her for equating the murder of three children and a rabbi in the shooting attack with the situation in Gaza. Her spokesman stated that her remark had been “grossly distorted” and that she had also referenced Israeli victims in Sderot, but this fact had been incorrectly omitted from the original transcript.
In September 2012, the Daily Telegraph criticised her European Commission attendance record, reporting that Baroness Ashton had been completely absent from 21 out of 32 weekly meetings held so far that year.
Responses to criticism
Ashton has argued that much of the criticism she faces is a result of the "latent sexism" within the EU community. She has also told the press that the lack of resources provided to her, such as not having her own plane, is holding her back in her work.
European External Action Service (EEAS) Secretary General Pierre Vimont defended Ashton from criticism, stating that her work in opening the EEAA office in Benghazi, Libya has boosted the EEAS's popularity in Libya. He also supported her work on Syria and has asked her to stand for a second term. Polish Minister for European and Economic Affairs Mikolaj Dowgielewicz has also stated that criticism against Ashton is "a lot of hot air" and that "she has an impossible job to do and she is doing it well. At the end of her time in office, people will be more positive about what she has done. She will leave a real legacy."
Honours, awards and assessment
In February 2013 she was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the United Kingdom by Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4.
She lives in London with her husband, Peter Kellner, the President of online polling organisation, YouGov. She has two children, and three stepchildren.
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statistician worked on 2 things at Price Waterhouse Coopers in 1990s - healthcare entrepreneurship and tryng to return common sense to EU. The week after your talk the japan ambassador and sir fazle celebrated my fathers ideas in dhaka. So there is a connecting logic in my madness ... Mark (ex mckinseys and inspired by yunus) is only person i know of wanting to develop a youth investment bank for Egypt. I dont know if his austrian backers would agree with above paradigm . However Shafqat links in bangladesh's most wizard youth open technologists and is discussing with larry brilliant and jeff skoll whether dhaka can be 2nd asian city to hub the risk prevention ILAB. Over next 4 weeks if sir fazle is happy with my open plan, I wil try and massively search mit students as well as re-offer to the 2 retiring students ceos of the mit100k that at least one of them needs go see sir fazle. Naila runs telecentres and used to be one of the international trailblazers of grameenphone in days when yunus had control over its culture -the vilage phone movement that my dad's great friend george soros was yunus original investor in along with the quadir family who are helping sir fazle design billion youth cashless banking ( the last way for borderless youth to escape macroeconomic death by currency wars and political zero sum gaming). Peter Ryan understands african village curriculum of microcredit better than anyone except sir fazle and my friend Ingrid Munro in Kenya who doesnt use email
window of opporunity - right now on any subject million youth need to online linkin first course on courera will viralise; by next year all the big university partnerships (and gates top-down billions) will be in death spiral of expensive pr trying to claim they are number 1 in each subject millions of youth need- so if bottom up collaborative people do not now make 2013 year of mooc then I expect orwell and einstein were right at least in europe and usa the fastest collasping economies youth have ever been trapped in (which in top down system terme is exactly why and what keynes wrote his general theory to prevent). There is only one american economist who even begins to understand how being the world's reserve currency and ecologically least sustainable nation are a diabolical reversal of everything that adam smith and declaration of independence meant by freedom
Zasheem edits journal of social business with adam smith scholars out of glssgow university, was first to dream up free nursing collegs. Glasgow is also sir fazle alma mater and the future capital sir tom hunter comes from - he who funded the startup of clinton global
matthew and I first wrote death by branding pr up for The Ecoonomist in 1994 - it would be good if we could write up life by branding unique purpose (which mackey's nurition curriculum friends call conscous capitalism by 2014!) .IF 1990s global-racing acountants properly modelled godwill as multi-win knowledge economy modeling then we would not be drowning in the greatest maths mistake ever committed. How statistician james Wilson mus be rolling in his Calcutta grave as both the greatest youth economist and transparent mediator of industrial let alone post-industrial revolution system maps
Sunita Gandhi is the most connected person in her father's and the world's largest school at Lucknow http://www.cmseducation.org/ - we became good friends 10 years ago once I had dimly remembered soething dad and I first learnt in 1972 that only education entrepreneurs can be first to save youth when a single generation needs to innovate 10 times more syncchrinised (open) knowhow than history has yet produced. Her family are friends with India's former president Kalam (and chief scientist) authored the book India 2020 which demanded youth tear up all unsustainable curricula before 2020. India's current prime minister was at cambridge a few years after dad - his economics thesis how to design a world so that economics stopped comounding underclasses neith inside a nation nor by externalising onto neighbouring nations. I dont quite know why Manmoham Singh whose economics liberated india seems to have forgotten his own thesis when it comes to whether bangladesh will be spun into civil war or not as elections make it unsafe to visit after summer. http://www.considerbangladesh.com/
paul komesaroff (Melbourne) is the most amazing curriculum leader for australian medical youth who want to be in the places that most desperately need both global disaster relief and local reconciliation -he also studies chinese green/nutritious medical approaches as a hobby
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Norman Macrae, Japan Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars, CBE was a British economist, journalist and first author of internet generation (& 21st C pro-youth economics), considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society -dad valued youth more than any economist or journalist or mass mediated public servant I have met- what were his methods?
- here is our current web of leaders we recommend youth connect with email@example.com Norman Macrae Foundation - washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655
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We also wish to move over from a correspondence to an open education curriculum view of the world - so to start that off here is map 1 of our search for partnering universities accelerating entrepreneurial revolution through open education
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http://csr2.mofcom.gov.cn/index.shtmlsweden forms a first in world partnership with china on corporate social Responsibility - an invaluable site translating chinese process thinking for english readers http://csr2.mofcom.gov.cn/index.shtml
case next annual version of the summit fails to preserve them
Processes that each new world summit builds on
Solidarity Shorts 2013 is over, Solidarity Shorts 2014 is around the corner! -how could media shorts change the world - from real film festivals to youtubes to 9 minute audio-learning blackboards (Khan Academy Lab type) which billions of youth could create jobs and progres human lot with28/10/2013 --13.1 -see also www.solidarityshorts.org
Nobel peace laureates’ statement: nuclear abolition is a humanitarian imperative - the world summit has become greatest platform for citizens and youth to demand peace dividends from governments- world citizens can lead 2 main curriculum forms- alternative ways of spending taxes than arms; mapping what risks are compounding that are still misunderstood eg a limited nuclear war using less than 1% of all nuclear arms would probably cause starvation of 2 billion people because of destruction of food chain security- source nobel laureate international physicians against nuclear - home base connecticut www.ippnw.org 24/10/2013 -- 13.2
Special Statement on Liu Xiaobo why is china preventing worldwide youth from connecting the curriculum of this distinguished writer and professor is a prisoner of conscience incarcerated in Jinzhou, Liaoning, China? In the borderless age of this 21st C, what other youth futures are isolated states blocking from youth's active understanding and progress for human race?24/10/2013 --13.3
Final Statement – Human Solidarity – a Foundation of Peace and Stability24/10/2013 --13.4
Sharon Stone to close the Nobel Peace Laureates Summit - Sharon Stone has received the Peace Summit Award in Warsaw The Peace Summit Award 2013 to Sharon Stone
16/10/2013 which superstars have become linked in to the world summit and what cause do they interconnect -Sharon Stone continues commitment to bridge supertars up to Atlanta 2015 summit -13.5
Solidarity – Conspiracy Manager SOLIDARITY – CONSPIRACY MANAGER. Press showing during XIII World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates22/10/2013 -13.6
The Grand Theatre is a partner of the 13th World Summit of the Nobel Peace Laureates22/10/2013
Nobel Laureates on Human Rights and Social Inequalities22/10/2013 how does this connect with next 2 years celebrations: : activating the legacy of mandela, the 50th anniversary of martin luther kings peace prize and atlantas 2014 openhing of human rights museum' atlanta's 2015 staging of greatest youth event since the olympics (Mayor) 13.7
Press statement of Mairead Maguire22/10/2013 Mairea connects the womens nobel laureates and womens empowerment issues - this group courageously links some of the most difficult places to raise families (from N Ireland when Maguire won her prize to Iran today). POlans wholeplanet solidarite networks twins in connecting peoples living in the world's least safe or most isolated places for families 13.8
The World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates launched in Warsaw21/10/2013 13.9 - what are the most uniwue worldwide contributions of warsaw to youth and peace's futures? 13.9
Warsaw, the capital of the world’s peace 20/10/2013 - the warsaw brand is righty prod of the capital that has struggled through many freedom battles- how does its geographical position become unluckliy toed up in so many of europe's greatest 20th century repressions- and how have warsaw citizens kept the light of freedom burning 13.91
Message of Jayantha Dhanapala purposes of pugwash conferences and youth 21/10/2013 13.10
Special edition of the Civic Academy with Nobel Peace Laureates! -wonderful youth workshops were held each afternoon along with an exchibition space for grassroots and youth colaborating NGOs 21/10/2013 13.11
Jerzy Owsiak awarded with the Peace Summit Medal for Social Activism21/10/2013Peace Summit Medal for Social Activism to Jerzy Owsiak 19/10/2013
-this annual prize is a hidden gem for greatest locally famous but globally unknown social entrepreneurs with ideas that scale- Owsiak's revolutions connect affordability of polands health care with young peoples summer pop celebrations - the whole Grand Orchestra of Xmas is one of the most wonderful people can redesign health service movements ever benchmarked - who were the other social activist prize winners and what curriculum can actively be loinked in around them 13.12
Message of President Barroso for the Opening ceremony of the Summit 21/10/2013 the EU as a Nobel peace laureate is a networking black hole in terms of where it sustains youth collaboration - will this message shed any light? 13.13
Media Accreditation Prolonged till 18 October14/10/2013
EMMA for Peace is officially launched at the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Warsaw 13/10/2013 13.14
Samia Nkrumah will be a special guest of the Summit12/10/2013 13.15
You Are Welcome to Register for the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates07/10/2013
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
European Commission/European Union
Frederik Willem de Klerk
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
International Peace Bureau – IPB
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
Peter Launsky-Tieffenthall (representative of the United Nations)
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
The 14th Dalai Lama
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
We look forward to further confirmations
Copernicus Science Centre, or great experiments on the bank on the Vistula River
Retracing the footsteps of Fryderyk Chopin in Warsaw
The Grand Theatre – sanctuary of art in the heart of the metropolis
Museum of the History of Polish Jews on the site of martyrdom
The National Stadium – an impressive showpiece of a modern capital
The Palace of Culture and Science – Warsaw’s most famous building
The Powązki Cemetery – Warsaw’s Pantheon
The Royal Castle and The Old Town – monuments of the world heritage
The Royal Łazienki Park in Warsaw – a green oasis in the city centre
Warsaw Rising Museum – the first multimedia museum in Poland’s capital
Warsaw University and it’s library
Warsaw – a modern European city
Wilanów Palace – beauty that has survived the turmoil of history
you, I spent the time off catching up and staying abreast with the latest developments and changes in the Internet. Today, I would like to share with you my thoughts over the holiday, along with some of the key points from our management discussion a few days ago.
What is Alibaba’s strategy?
In our opinion, we are now progressing from the conventional Information Technology (IT) era, to the new Data Technology (DT) era where the prime focus is on leveraging productivity. This is not just an upgrade of technology, but a major paradigm shift.
Our goal for the next 10 years: to establish a DT infrastructure for commercial development in China.
Since we adopted an “open data platform” strategy five years ago, we invested heavily on the “Cloud” (cloud computing and big data). From our observation today, even though the mobile “App” market is lucrative and promising, we should still continue to invest in the “Cloud”. The cloud platform (comprising “Cloud” + “App”) will be the key to the future of mobile internet. Although we are somewhat falling behind on the “App” aspect now, the good news is that the vibrant “App” market is still in its early stage.
This year, we will strike out from “Cloud” to “App” – with our might and determination, not circumstances.
How should Alibaba proceed in this mobile internet age?
Mobile commerce will be the most important aspect in mobile internet.
We have the largest merchandize, user, and transaction database in the world; the largest payment platform and credit system in the world; and the most secure and fastest cloud computing platform in the world… all these resources – we must learn to share them, and how to share them properly. Thus to develop an efficient and cost-effective commercial infrastructure, and enable more people to participants in the development of this new paradigm founded on Big Data.
We must move along with our hundreds of millions of customers to Data Technology (DT).
How? “Cloud” leads “App”, and “Cloud” enriches “App”. Create value out of data and enhance user experience. Speed up the development of the mobile commerce ecosystem.
And now each of you should know what your role is in this big picture.
What values should we hold on to?
Customer first. That’s everyone’s duty.
Be vigilant and cautious.
Cost conscious in spite of good financial health.
Dear all, Alibaba was never a follower of hot trends. Of the 15 years since we established, we gave up messaging, portal, games… we focused but only on e-commerce. For 15 years we strived and worked hard, bringing e-commerce from niche to mainstream, and now being part of our daily lives and a hot trend in its own right. We are proud – not because how much we have shipped or earned over a year, but because we have kindled the hopes of millions of entrepreneurs and innovators. We have created more than 15 million direct or indirect employment opportunities, and became a major tax payer in the country. We are honored to witness and take part in the economic reform and development of our nation.
Today, our management and operation efficiency is highly enhanced as we rely on our own cloud computing platform, which also supports almost 10 million e-commerce enterprises and countless number of mobile developers. Our cloud platform is seeing more businesses from others sectors such as financial, medical, administration, transportation, meteorology, large storage and content delivery. Cloud platform – we know it from the inside-out.
Concerning mobile internet, I do have my apprehensions. My anxieties, however, are not triggered by Tencent’s successful “Red Packet” campaign, or our ability to identify new entry points into the market, or whether or not we can come up with a few killer apps. My worries are, we could easily lose our directions in the comfort and satisfaction of self-assurance, or being too mindful of competition. As such, we might lose sight of what we are best at, what we should do in the next 3 years, how many traditional enterprises are waiting to embrace mobile commerce, and how many new commercial frontiers are out there waiting for our discovery. We might just forget we need to keep climbing to our goals each and every day.
It’s only when we understand what we have, what we need, what to give up, then we won’t lose our directions.
Competition is omnipresent in the commercial world – there’s always someone out there who can do a better job than us, or there’s always surprise or shock brought by innovation and technology… nonetheless, we commit ourselves to do better than our competitors in positively driving the economy – because this is our reward and opportunity.
From this very moment on there’s much that we need to accomplish. Let me remind you all, we shall strictly commit to our “Customer First” principle. Each of you will soon feel the difference we are making for 2014.
2014 is the year of “Cloud” + “App”, and Alibaba is “ALL-IN” with mobile-commerce. Each of you please be vigilant and stay on guard, so that your teammates can confidently trust their backs with you. We are on the same boat, and this boat today is more than just the 25,000 of us…
Change and revolution will inevitably bring about pain and discomfort to each of us. But in 10 years, China’s commercial landscape shall become more transparent, open, trustworthy, and prosperous – because of our hard work today.
Your pain and discomfort shall be the trophy of your commitment!
Jack Ma - Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group
29 Feb 2014
Aug 19, 2014 | 02:36 PM
The city of the future may look a little like this: you swipe your phone to buy a ticket when boarding a bus that runs on a schedule derived from data about passenger loads. When you get to your destination, your phone pushes you offers for restaurants, hotels, and shops nearby while you pay for everything on the go with only your smartphone.
This virtually cashless city where algorithms crunch data to predict your preferences is already becoming reality in Hangzhou, China, where a tie-up between e-payments provider Alipay; AliCloud, the networking and data arm of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group; and the district government has led to the creation of a “big data” zone, where consumers can shop without their wallets at 400 retails and entertainment outlets.
Jack Ma, Alibaba Group’s founder and executive chairman, predicted that in five years information technology will shift into an era where the big, life-changing advances will originate from big data and cloud computing industries. AliCloud, responsible for developing data technologies already in use by hundreds of thousands of China’s small businesses, is positioned to benefit from this shift by making big-data analysis accessible and useful to all companies, not just giant corporations.
Last month, AliCloud rolled out a platform that seeks to make it easier and cheaper for any company in China to crunch data using its propriety algorithms. The platform, called an Open Data Processing Service or ODPS for short, was previously only available to Taobao Marketplace and Tmall.com merchants. Companies only need to pay a fee of a few hundred Renminbi each month to use the platform.
ODPS works a bit like an electrical adaptor--companies plug their data into the platform and then key in the parameters they want to analyze. Using ODPS’s cloud computing power and algorithms, they can then extract valuable nuggets of information to use in their businesses.
For example, an apparel company on Tmall can input their historical sales data into ODPS and then select search parameters. “Our algorithms will be able to scan and predict things like future sales, or which products will sell well in the next season,” said Tang Zinan, the AliCloud ODPS product manager.
ODPS’s secret sauce is its sheer computing power. It has the ability to process in six hours 100 petabtyes of data, equivalent about 100 million high-definition movies. Allowing companies to tap this power without heavy capital spending on IT infrastructure is game-changing for smaller companies, Tang said.
AliCloud’s President Ben Wang announced on Tuesday, a plan to build a comprehensive cloud eco-system in China by recruiting thousands of industry partners and experts, in order to wean Chinese companies off the traditional methods of data processing, which require high infrastructure and software costs.
“The high capital costs involved in building data centers or hiring data engineers is not a problem for large companies, but it is not possible for small companies to achieve this,” Tang said. “ODPS allows small companies to be on the same footing as large companies when it comes to the ability to analyze data. We are essentially leveling the playing field for everyone.”
Currently, the main users of the ODPS platform are retailers and advertisers on Taobao Marketplace, Tmall.com, and Internet marketing service Alimama, who use it predict consumer trends, detect popular keywords and in other ways to give their businesses an edge.
ODPS is also used by Alibaba’s related companies such as Small and Micro Financial Services Company (SMFSC) and some Chinese insurance companies to assess creditworthiness. For example, the small business enterprise loan unit formerly known as Ali-Loan has been using ODPS to examine the loan applications of thousands of small online businesses, Tang said. By analyzing an applicant’s store transaction data, logistics data and store rating, the loan team is able to see if the applicant is eligible for a loan and what the loan cap should be.
Even Alibaba’s scannable drug technology, which aims to make every package of pharmaceutical drug sold in China traceable electronically, has its underlying technology routed through ODPS.
From loans to pharmaceuticals, Alibaba is placing big bets on big data and cloud technology. But the company’s strategy is not just focused on analysis, but also on storage of data and the creation of synergies between various government institutions, banks and hospitals, to create personalized and more intuitive services for users.
Technology consultancy IDC estimates that cloud spending will jump by 25 percent in 2014 to over $100 billion while spending on big data technologies and services will grow by 30 percent to more than $14 billion as the demand for big data analytics continues to rise.
The commercial district in Hangzhou is the latest addition to the ever expanding service scope of Alipay Wallet, Alipay’s mobile application. Alipay Wallet has been expanding its offline-to-offline functions and integrating it with back-end big data technology to give users a seamless experience. In June, Alipay Wallet started teaming up with hospitals across China to let patients book doctor appointments, receive test results and make hospital bill payments through their mobile phones. Alipay is also working with more Chinese city governments to widen the use of near field communication technology for passenger payments in subways and buses.
“Big data is such a hot trend that every industry hopes to be one driven by data,” Tang said. “ODPS can be that underlying platform to enable business.”.
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Open Data processing services ODPS
Open Data processing services (Open Data Processing Service, referred ODPS) independently developed by Ali cloud, providing for TB / PB-level data, less demanding real-time distributed processing capability, used in data analysis, mining, business intelligence and other fields. Alibaba data services are running on the ODPS
Immediate openingprice overviewODPS has opened inspection function
A distributed cluster architecture
Cross-cluster technology breakthrough
Fleet size can be flexibly expanded as needed
Automatic storage fault tolerance
All calculations run in a sandbox
Protection of data of high security, high reliability
Ease of use
Standard API's approach to service delivery
Highly concurrent high-throughput data upload and download
Full support for SQL-based data processing
Management and Authorization
Support multi-user collaborative analysis of data management
Supports a variety of ways for the user rights management
Flexible configuration data access control policy
ODPS help you easily achieve large data
Once and for all solve the troubles of data
Completely without limits solve big data storage and computation bottlenecks, allowing you to concentrate on data analysis and mining, to maximize the value of play data
Out of the box
Without concern for cluster setup and operation and maintenance, just simple steps to start the analysis and data mining tasks.
ODPS multi-level data storage and access security mechanisms to protect your data: do not lose, do not leak, not stolen.
According to the amount paid
ODPS based on your actual consumption of storage and computing fees, maximizing the use of your data to reduce costs.
"Solving the computational efficiency of traditional slow computing issues such as lack of capacity for data analysis provides a powerful tool for data mining."
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How to use the ODPS
ODPS Terms of Service
Metering and billing rules
ODPS client tools
Data uploading and downloading tools
JAVA SDK package
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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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