Dare Mighty Things

The origin of the phrase “Dare mighty things” dates back to a speech by Theodore Roosevelt in 1899. It’s a hidden (and not so hidden) message still used by Nasa when embarking on a new space mission. Unfortunately, our space dreams are under much pressure from many skeptics. With only scientific reasons of why we …

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Technology on the rise

While remote work is becoming the norm this year, it’s clear that we depend more on technology than ever before. Telework forces us to communicate differently and work smarter. A quick call is replaced with a quick chat through video. And somehow it reassures me that we start to believe in the advantages of technology …

#pandemic #remotwork #socialmedia #stem #technology #trustyourtechnolust #videocall

How we are dealing with screen time

We don’t. In a world where we are more and more surrounded by screens, I’m not sure that denying your kid a screen is a right thing to do. Looking back in time, my parents (both in their late 60s) have known a time without TV. Can you imagine that? Fast forward 40 years. Where …

#adviceforparents #future #parenting #screentime #smartphone #technology

Community Health Academy

“No one should die because they live too far from a doctor”. Raj Panjabi proves that technology can actually create jobs as well. He’s building the Community Health Academy, a global platform that aims to modernize how community health workers learn vital skills. With only 30 medical services, we can save 30 million people by …

#africa #goodcause #healthcare #inspiring #technology

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