The toppling of a statue of a 17th century slave trader in the English port city of Bristol was hailed by some as a long-overdue reckoning with Britain's imperialist past and denounced by others as a criminal act.
At the time of this writing, the planet is facing a rare, global challenge to its fortitude and composure. There is a new virus moving through populations
Tony FadellTwo polar opposites:
1) This is no different than diseases we already face. Nothing to worry about!
2) It’s the big one. Stock up & prepare for the worst!
Reality lives in-between…
Resilience is the Needed Middle Ground Between Denial & Panic
The coronavirus epidemic will lead to "a global recession of a magnitude that has not been experienced before" but will eventually allow humanity to reset its values, according to trend forecaster Li Edelkoort.
Tony FadellA very worthwhile read... Li puts words to what I’ve been thinking and feeling about the silver lining in all this madness. “I think we should be very grateful for the virus because it might be the reason we survive as a species.”
SEOUL (BLOOMBERG) - Highly contagious and manifesting in some with little or no symptoms, the coronavirus has the world struggling to keep up. But when it comes to containing the epidemic, one country may be cracking the code - by doubling down on...
Tony Fadell“It was all efficiency and bottom-line focused”
The risk that shoppers would think twice before clicking “Buy Now”
Amazon nixed a ‘green’ shipping proposal for fear of alienating shoppers