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When Steve Jobs gave his commencement speech at Stanford University, his topic was “How to Live Before You Die.” Since most of us have no idea how much time we have left on this earth, we live as if it is endless. Steve Jobs wasn’t so fortunate. His time,...
iTechnology and a better world
The world has its destiny, produced and directed by the Master of all destiny. A destiny in which Steve Jobs played a principal role.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 7
The immediate availability of products for a "market of one" is viewed as an illustration of the universality and eternality of Torah information which is applicable to every person at every time and in every place.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 1
Globalization & the End of Work
According to the Zohar, the development of technology is conducive to spiritual growth and is actually a prelude to the coming of Moshiach.
Getting a Handle on the Internet
A little girl once asked the Lubavitcher Rebbe if nuclear energy was good or bad. The Rebbe, in typically Jewish fashion, answered a question with a question: is a knife good or bad?
Before the 20th Century, "social networking" meant that either people visited you, or you visited them. Back then, "blackberries" were eaten, only birds "twittered" and your "facebook" was an album of monochrome lithographs...
You have infinite potential at your disposal, just log in...
It could no longer be avoided. Despite my techno-phobia, the time had come for me to learn a new computer program for my work. "Chana, I'll walk you through the tutorial first thing tomorrow morning," the technical director confirmed our cyber ...
Don't we all wish we had more time? So many projects we'd love to embark upon, so many places to see and things to do, but so little time available... Or is that really a fact?
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