After nearly two and a half years, we’ve made it back to Singapore. It’s a practical trip – banks, doctors, dentists, accountants
Social media is a mess. It has become a destructive and divisive force in our societies, and its incredible potential has been squandered by bad actors.
When I published my weekend reads last Saturday, we had just learnt the name of the new variant, Omicron, and this week
The week started with some distractions in the mix, which is always great (and so needed right now), and of course
A somber week with a third lockdown imminent, and do you know why? Because people decided it was a great idea to attend massive parties and they have turned into super spreading events
The Edelman Trust Barometer 2021 is definitely the most compelling report in its 21 year history. Check it out
What a week in the news!! First we have Trump’s tax returns; then Brad Parscale has a meltdown; followed by a shambolic first debate with Joe Biden
An Infodemic is when we experience an overload of information – which is usually false or unverified (non-peer-reviewed) information – and it’s a common reality during a crisis, which is why a pandemic ignites a Infodemic.
What a week of news! It feels like civil war is closer than ever in the US, and on the other side of the world here in Asia Pacific, slowly, slowly, some semblance of normality is coming back.
It appears my first weekend reads was valued, so here we go with week two. I always read far and wide, which I encourage everyone to do! It’s so important to keep on top of what’s happening, trends, and more, plus it’s where you identify changes, especially the evolution of the global human hive mind.