“We couldn’t be more different, except for our shared values. And that makes working together enjoyable.”
We are living in “THE NEW MACHINE AGE”, the age computers get better and faster than anything else ever, the age knowledge creation is more compatible than physical production. We invented siri, we invented IBM’s Watson, we invented 4D printing…we have all these invention and they even got the most important skill themselves: machine learning! The black mirror told us this, HER pointed out this, but most of people still don’t realize: technology is racing ahead, and it’s leaving more and more people behind. How can a skilled worker compete with a piece of software? He can’t.
Same with Headhunting industry, this industry exists just because the asymmetric information, companies and job seekers get different information, we are earning money from asymmetric information. People know money and information are the two things in the world that people will not give you for free, and we can get money from information. But people forget all these information is a part of big data, and nowadays the big data is making all kinds of choices for us. Algorithm can tell us what movies we should watch, what music we should listen, like Netflix, like Pandora. And today it already can suggest us what jobs we are applying for, or tell employers who they should hire! Like AfterCollege.com, like Knack. Machines are doing this matchmaking jobs instead of headhunters.
No wonder more and more people will no longer have jobs, not only in the headhunting industry, but also in media and music, in finance and manufacturing, in retailing and trade…in fact, in every industry. Instead of slowing down the technology, we need to race with the machine.
Science Goes to the Movies: ‘Her’
Here Are The 47% Of Jobs At High Risk Of Being Destroyed By Robots
The first time I get to know about Louis Kahn because of the movie “My Architect: A Son’s Journey”
The filmmaker is also the one who participate the short movie “Inocente”
and later I did some research, found one TED talks about the movie
Also Louis Kahn had a book “Louis Kahn: Conversations with Students (Architecture at Rice)”
He is a cool architect.
Since I came to Turkey I noticed that I became a sugar addict, and also gaining weight, feeling tired all the time, always sleepy…I know there must be something very bad happened with my body, maybe it is because of sugar! And I start to search some information about how does sugar effect our body, this is why this blog comes out.
Sugar: How sweet it is … and how bad it is
by Peter Martin
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/comment/sugar-how-sweet-it-is–and-how-bad-it-is-20131231-304gj.html#ixzz2pspCI4SL
I love his writing style by the way.
How sugar affects the brain – Nicole Avena
Sugar is everywhere:
How to kick the sugar habit: tips and low-sugar recipes
First time was mentioned by Benoît B. Mandelbrot, he wrote a book called Fractals and Chaos: The Mandelbrot Set and Beyond, which changed our view of the mathematical and physical universe.
So happy to find the broccoli in Istanbul! But there are a lot of friends don’t know what is fractal and why I was so excited about it, I think I should summarize it here, this is why this blog is here.
We’re persuading, convincing, and influencing others to give up something they’ve got in exchange for what we’ve got.
Selling doesn’t require you to be someone who you’re not. In fact, it demands the opposite, that you be true to yourself and your passions — and then reach out to connect from that core.