OK, I admit it. I cried while watching this. Quit your job and become a teacher. It’s an amazing life. Thank you, K and R. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/) Continue reading

Over and over again, I find that people’s mental model of who can see what doesn’t match up with reality. People think “everyone” includes everyone who searches for them on Facebook. They never imagine that “everyone” includes every third party sucking up data for goddess only knows what purpose. They think that if they lock … Continue reading

Find out what basic safety equipment is in the lab. This affects what kind of activities you can plan. Ask ahead of time if notebooks and other consumable materials have been ordered. Once the school year starts, it’s often hard to get things that are not in inventory. Ask what technology will available to you … Continue reading

I love what I do… I get to have deep and meaningful convos about time travel, paradoxes and black holes with interested 13 and 14 year olds. Dream Job. Continue reading

Ourlast big economic driver was engineering and the first stage of the digital age. At Institute for the Future, in our annual ten-year forecast program, we see an underlying shift to biology as a driver, and what I’m starting to think of as the “global well-being economy.” If biology and the global well-being economy will … Continue reading

Camping out in my tent at Darlington Raceway and enjoying the ireworks over my head (from felllow campers). Continue reading

tumblr_l22tjcqwbs1qazgbz This is what awesome sounds like #NASCAR @tootoughtotame http://samharrelson.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/tumblr_l22tjcqwbs1qazgbz.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Continue reading

tumblr_l1x5jfogil1qazgbz Hi Sam, and all. My name is to be unable to chat with Ted, Citibank, I was calling to remind few ec event. Going to the polls to call Follett and, when you go to Naples. Thank you, the boat. It’s Akiva she’s a wonderful pistons representative of education, environment and hey i was … Continue reading