Tasty nibbles on the web - #1

Life has never been easy for the health conscious. You are awash with choices. Yet you never savor those rare organic delicacies lying hidden in the sprawling forests of the Web. 
Starting with this week, I am trying my hand at the most ancient mode of subsistence known to mankind:hunting and gathering. Here's what I gathered this week.  

Where Silence is sacred - Pico Iyer's profound meditation on chapels reminds us -nowhere, but connected people-to enquire what's real and what isn't. 

Three cups of fiction - Why do we love to hear stories that portray education as the panacea for all the world's ills?

Trust Paradox - Our old notions of trust always looked behind. What happens when trust looks forward in our emerging networked world?

A brief rant on the future of interaction design - With an entire body at your command, do you seriously think that the future of interaction should be a single finger?


Cloud and the evolution of Enterprise Architect - Should Enterprise Architects move on and become  Enterprise product managers? [You can answer the question I have posted here ]


The king's son: a project management fable - An Aesop's fable with gems of wisdom on processes and  methodologies for the project manager


Thrive Movie Critique  - If there ever was an Illuminati orchestrating world events, it has lost control. The system isn't working for elites either. Let's invite the 1% into a world that is better for everyone


Did you find them tasty? I am eager to know how you felt. What are your thoughts?

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