Dutch Firm Trains Eagles to Take Down High-Tech Prey: Drones, via @nytimes https://t.co/Jb9AGmKKvG
Is Everything Wrestling?, via @nytimes https://t.co/FIytipZwz9
Where More Women Are on Boards, Executive Pay Is Higher @TheGirlsLounge @GirlUp https://t.co/isuJ8OB1Km
3D Fashion Technology Brings Sci-Fi to the Runways https://t.co/7c5r7rX95o
China Develops a Bus That Straddles Traffic — https://t.co/QzdbXrJPPq https://t.co/Zmj3HXNmgR
Suddenly everyone’s running races – but winning isn’t really the point https://t.co/0A8AwbKr9K
Car Chased by 20,000 Bees for Two Days After Hive Queen Gets Stuck in Trunk | Oddity Central - Collecting Oddities https://t.co/yBtUZWPB6r
How Much Money Has Rick Astley Made From Rickrolling? Um, $12 https://t.co/Nvp4jvAyqS
Young adults in the US are now more likely to have parents as roommates than partners https://t.co/B0K7PPLQ9t
Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember?, via @nytimes https://t.co/UOpsq7TN7d
Chicago Police Mining Big Data To Try to Predict Who May Shoot or Be Shot, via @nytimes https://t.co/LvlAbYwZYs
Donated organs kept ‘alive’ may ease the transplant shortage https://t.co/0Y4A4JzZIR @nkf
Some women in Iran are dressing like men for an important reason: https://t.co/8HC5fAz5Ou https://t.co/XSJ5ape70c
AI will create 'useless class' of humans according to historian in @guardian) https://t.co/TLsnbGaMx8 #tech #robots
At Warby Parker, a Sense of Exclusion in a Low Price, via @nytimes https://t.co/gPw6mzE4mF

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    DAVOS, Switzerland – While global leaders who gathered at the World Economic Forum's meeting debate solutions to social, political and economic uncertainty, quietly a new force is gaining credibility around the world: the desire for "soft power."     Let's start with...
CEO Danielle Holly recently sat down with John Gerzema, best-selling author of “The Athena Doctrine: How Women (and the Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future,” to discuss his perspective on why the leadership qualities often seen as feminine must be ascendant in the 21st century workplace. John is...
Talking about a resurgence of anti-Semitism with the burial of four French Jews in Israel yesterday is undeniably, and perhaps unavoidably, fraught with charged emotions. Whether you are among those who believe that incidents are isolated and sporadic, or those who fear that they are intrinsic and systemic, there is...
What needs to happen in the next 50 years for equality to be fully-realized in the U.S.? Consider employment, income, wealth and political power, and it's hard to escape the fact that gender equality must be our leading goal when it comes to the future of civil rights. Beyond the hard data, it's hard to...
We are, too many of us, busy to the point of distress. The demands of work, the needs of those we love, and our own requirements for a healthy happy life, can seem impossible to satisfy. In response, we search for some factual ground to stand on. In an effort to understand our situation we wonder: Is life today more...
On June 25th, I spoke at the 2014 Ford Trends Conference in Dearborn, Michigan – a three day media event whose speaker line-up included Harvard Business School professor and author Clayton Christenson, designer Kenneth Cole and Mark Fields, the incoming Ford CEO. I spoke on a panel titled “The Female...
I had the pleasure of moderating a panel at the S.H.E. Summit: The Global Women's Leadership & Lifestyle Event last week where we had a riveting discussion on how we can take STEM to the next level and integrate girls more seamlessly into the field of science. The panelists included Rita J. King, Executive...
PSFK Managing Editor Dory Carr-Harris brought together Nikki Kauffman, Rachel Sklar, Jessica Lawrence and myself for a panel on how to achieve diversity in the workplace at PSFK Conference 2014. The panel discussed the qualities of ideal leadership and how diversity can be attained for a better functioning workplace....
John was selected as one of six alumni to be inducted into the for Medill Hall of Achievement in 2014. He was among fellow inductees whose backgrounds spanned advertising, public relations, investigative reporting, broadcast and sportswriting and cartooning.
When Rick Raemisch, Colorado’s new Chief of Corrections, asked to spend time in solitary confinement at a prison in Cañon City, some people thought he had lost it. But Raemisch, in an effort to ignite a larger discussion about the overuse of solitary confinement, knew he needed to walk the walk in...

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