About grokiam

Computer geek and innovation consultant. Worked on hundreds of technology initiatives in distributed, parallel and complex systems, massive data analysis, artificial intelligence, machine learning, business process design and am currently into EdTech and Blockchain. I live on Earth at present, and I don't know what I am. I know that I am not a category. I am not a thing - a noun. I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process - an integral function of the universe. R. Buckminster Fuller; I Seem to Be a Verb; 1970

Keynes was wrong. Gen Z will have it worse.

Instead of never-ending progress, today’s kids face a world on the edge of collapse. What next?

Source: Keynes was wrong. Gen Z will have it worse.

Results for 2019 survey of online learning in Canadian post-secondary institutions now available




“There still seems to be a big gap between the importance many institutions give to online learning for the future of the institution, and their actual policies, plans and strategies. While 71% rate online learning as very or extremely important for the future of their institution, institutions that are implementing a plan remain a minority, while the majority of institutions are developing a plan or recognize a need for one. In other words, most institutions are moving, but not fast enough, in terms of managing the move to digital learning.”

10 Qualities You Need to Keep Your Virtual Assistant Clients Happy #MoonlightingontheInternet

Moonlighting on the Internet: Make An Extra $1000 Per Month in Just 5-10 Hours Per Week by [Larson, Shelby]

Avoid the search for new clients by making sure you’re doing everything possible to keep your current customers satisfied with your work.

Source: 10 Qualities You Need to Keep Your Virtual Assistant Clients Happy #MoonlightingontheInternet

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Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns

Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, take up a musical instrument, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how your brain learns. While everyone learns slightly differently, we do have similarities in the way our brains take in new information, and knowing how this works can help us choose the most efficient strategies for learning new things.

Source: Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns