I am so delighted to see our #IS Ambassadors in action. Check out this week’s web picks by Waqas, Sidra, Marek and Zuzu for you. What is in it? Brilliant TED talk, story of a freedom fighter in Egypt, power of WOW, post-it notes & robots + thought inspired by infinite beauty of a child. Enjoy!
2 Links from bold young lady Sidra Qasim
:: Be Genuine to Create WOW -> by Waqas Ali.
2 Links from one and only Marek Lutz
:: Post it Notes Left to Their Fate In Public Places -> Sometimes a small post-it can make you happy & give you just that little push towards awesomeness. Would you like to find written on random post-it on random place?
:: Keen On… MIT Professor Says Robotic Moment Has Arrived, And We Are Toast -> Nurturing someone or something makes us love it even more… Don’t we nurture our technology, too much?
:: The Facebook Freedom Fighter -> excellent article by Mike Giglio – fantastic to see some of the behind-the-scenes tactics used to trigger the revolution, the value of anonymity with the We are all Khaled Said Facebook page, and the courage required to transform a nation.
:: Change is Good—But First, Know What Should Never Change -> by Jim Collins. This article was published in 1995 but it is still as useful as it was.
Quote + Thought from hyper loving & energetic Zuzu Urbanova
“Life is a highway, I wan to drive it all night long.” ->(A quote from the Cars movie song, which we keep watching everyday at least 2 times for the past 2 weeks as our kid is obsessed with the story:-) I guess I keep submitting “kids” stuff all the time, but I can`t help myself. Remember, guys, kids are a never-ending source of happiness, fantasy and inspiration.
Have a super cool weekend & as Zuzu said: Be childish!
P.S. for Slovak speaking SCG-ers: You might want to read my 1st blog shipment for Slovak biz magazine Profit, where I talk about Seth, The Domino Project and more.