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"Cradle to Cradle" : A biomimetic approach to the design of products that calls for radical changes for corporations and brands

In Cradle to Cradle, authors McDonough and Braungart argue that the conflict between industry and the environment is not an indictment of commerce but an outgrowth of purely opportunistic design.C2C is a biomimetic approach to the design of systems. It … Continue reading

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The Big Question of 2009

Every year Edge Foundation asks a number of forward-thinking people a provocative and big question.This is the Edge Annual Question for 2009: “What will change everything?” . Writer David Bodanis suggests that some kind of massive technological failure would be … Continue reading

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"The Global Village Information Poor" book, free in the internet

The Global Village Information Poor (1998) by Costas Kataras, is dealing with strategies for growth in the knowledge-based economy and how nations and corporations , particularly from the European ‘south’, could avoid the Digital Divide phenomenon. Reviews in the national … Continue reading

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