probably the fashion guru whose stock rose most in 2021 https://mobile.twitter.com/melaniecanva?lang=en Melanie Perkins
9/2/22 Diary partner ED3dao.com: If anyone from ed3 got into the UN events "civil society transforming education please say" https://indico.un.org/event/1002432/registrations/8517/ Hoping to host some fringe cafe meeting on web3 and Un2 impacts on this topic ny 14 and 15 september probably flatiron district NY, or anywhere manhattan or brooklyn we can get quorum of 3 or more firstname.lastname@example.org IN 2016 at UNGA, year 1 review of sdg4 education was so hopeless that tech people led by world bank's jim kim started digital cooperation connections between new york and geneva; fortunately since Guterres appointed to 10 year term he's multiplied more and more tech cooperation -see https://www.un.org/techenvoy/ it appears that in our wondrous wizarding world: sunday nght UN-mongolia has taken up un's baton for 48 hours of web3-sdgs
Monday, November 22, 2021
at www.japanthanks.com journalists (from eg universityofstars, ecop26 ... normanmacrae.net, 2025repot.com) discuss the hopes of the covid-generation of olympians - an extrordinary time particularly as 2 of the biggest market audiences saw america and japan's most valuable female athletes ultimately mediating something completely different from smashing a tennis ball or doing gymanastic twisties 10 foot above the ground
21st c that was the hate/love olympics that was
of other 21st c olympics sightings - we welcome your reports email@example.com on their long run impacts for cultural and sustainability futures the younger half of the world needs most to prevent extinction - firstname.lastname@example.org - so far this is what we saw
ugly were greece 2000 and brazil 2016 - both helped bankrupt the country financially (peoples communities) and morally (top leaders). healthwise (physically and emotionallally and educationally)-
greece had extraordinary impacts on the whole of the eu refugee crises and the eu's utterly inhuman handling of its part in the subprime crisis (unless you directly neighbored berlin expect to be communally decimated by big bankers crimes -if you knew what exponential maths of badwill were doing) or mathematical illiteracy if you were at the top of a capital market but have no exponenetial maths understanding)
the 2018 korean winter olympics looked hopeful - but it was also at the crossroads of supreme commander forces that even the olympics cant compete with- in this case trump using north korea to mess with every neighboring asian country's trust of each other, let alone need to collaborate around climate, health, and love of childrens education
in our view beijing's 2008 was a happiest case (china was near to achieving the greatest 40 year miracle ever - a billion people's human development beyond extreme poverty -and up to then fake media hadn't attacked a billion people's progress); history watchers will know that tokyo's 1964 olympics seemed then and has historically been demonstrated as happiest ever; it signaled the chance that all two thirds of humans could rise out of places that had previously been trapped by the white empires colonial monopolisation of engines); it was also the first and last time that global satellite media had innocently been used to connect all peoples in one cheerful celebration of human endeavor not big advertising's subconscious addictions
2022 winter olympics is in danger of being unhappiest: we argue the way to tutn this round is to promote female vpices across china wherever thede are genuinely to do with end poverty or every community connectig shared prosperity- this is a bih ask and having seen ioc chairs performance at tokyo olympics not one his eladership can help with; switzerland is in the middle of so many turing points on sports and digital media, human and ai wouorld economics, health and multi-win trade mapping - but it will need an organic movement to go beyond the backhs and indeed the mess swiss run goabl soccer admin caused still hasnt been fully turned round
london's 2012 was one of the biggest wasted opportunity ever to unite youth good/dreams/actions beyond borders; it was the crossroads for the bbc's humanity - there were 3 issues that needed bbc to mediate as once the most trusted world service: please see footnote- as the worlds largest investment in publciic service media and english translation to other cultures - the bbc's lost purpose is the first case any media for humanity student needs to search through
please nore first this is not the fault of the young sports people- but when bad media of the sort usa gas used to frame global competition gets mixed with human sustainability, politics - we needed 2 things - sporting bodies that cared for their athletes (eg the exact opposite of us womens gymnastics whose main purpose for several years was sexual abuse); advertisers who stopped over promoting something they sold and cared about what the very top athlete in that sport wanted to do with the rest of her/his life
out of the usa the case study of kobe bryant is fascinating- there is no indication that any big business sponsor of basketball cared (and certainly the main sporting channels didnt') at all about black lives or womens lives mater -yet he started movements that have turned round basketball- perhaps in part because as a teen he himself had deep lessons to learn about respect for women- it is to be hoped that his family foundation remains pivotal to future of basketball;; its a pity he and chinese superstar yao could never joined forces
- yao could have had so much influence but has been left to build a california wine business (which while peaceful does not look as if his once dominant relationships with us-china basketball fans will help youth of the 2020s with all the crises elders have administered around them
we have been keeping note on university of stars since 1993 when part of my family while working at price waterhouse coopers was asked to advise ayrton senna foundation - sadly advising motor sports superstars needs to plan their legacy impact not just their hoped for retirement impact; back in the early 1990s senna potentially had more impact on brazil's future in the world than anyone
the dismal case of the bbc - surely not what scot logie-baird intended tv to world serve
future of last mile health - celebrated in opening ceremony but never discussed again by the bbc
the future of the worldwide web and so all future technologies including 5g and artificial intelligence tipping ponts -again berners lee www was flashed round the opening ceremony and could have been continued round the image of the queen and james bond parachuting in but wasnt-
from 2012 we needed a pan europe discussion valuing the regions youth : in 2010s fluency in english language still gave a coding advantage- the way the eu sponsored ireland to be the zero tax paying trojan horse of all us big tech was certainly not whar sdg- digital europeans needed each country to cheer on
the future of going green - the bbc blocked attenborough's voice on climate crisis until he was over 80 - his 70 years of service to public broadcasting is a fascinating story not just on green issues but on what could have been the role of bbc2 (a tv world news/trust service) as different from bbc1 but morally balanced worldwide - recently the bbc has got on the wrong side of many activists issues - the wrong side is to promote noise that leads to violence instead of goodwill linked to solutions; worst of all a country where women empowerment over 50 years - happy bangladesh - offered lessons for all under 30 youth has again been totally misreported by the bbc
ultimately the bbc has failed every big media test Economist editors and my family listed ahead of time in the 1984 book 2025 report- this is because instead of valuing the peoples it was muzzled by politicians, as well as having some dirty linen secrets (eg the way it hap promoted pop music around an abuser of women )
GBU1 30 minute ioc bach video olympics with china's most famous tennis player
GBU2 compare how nations value 5 most famous superstars -g japan ohtani (baseball) , osaka (female tennis) ..
GBU3 relationships between (black) lives matter and us sportstars (including how college pipelines have muddled http://www.economistyouthc.com
GBU4 which womens sports agencies lead the world's morality - golf, tennis, ice skating? gymnastics?, soccer? skateboarding? - you tell us email@example.com
GBU5 4 industrial revolution analysis of why media as the second industrial revolution mattered to evolution and morality of human communities and world trade- how usa got IR2 wrong as far as linking sustainability of youth goes-freedom of speech in most of the world does not mean the lobbyist with the most money dominates every minute of people working livelihoods or safe communities; it does not mean that the older half of a nation stitch up evry possibility for the next generation to advance humanity eg through 2020s by going green or valuing women as much as men
Monday, May 31, 2021
what went down in paris tennis circuit goes everywhere into future and history of tennis championships founded by royal families on
sad admin of grand slam tennis have just destroyed its sports trust for the sdg generation- rolex and bnp need to reassess whether they have any youth credibility again
the reality is as we come back we need to value community engagement; youth who have the courage to reconnect sustainability especially old people and sad or fake media that is devoid of all things that matter most to life
since 1976 as an ma stats cambridge department of maths and theoretical physics i have studied deep data of ad and media and vested interest world- unless we change this now john kerry's so called humainty's last best chance ecop26 xglasgow davosagenda year has already been killed off-
having grown up in wimbldeon i hope all the royal families who support tennis stand up now - off with the heads of the grand slam- we dont need a guillotine to learn from french entrepreneurship of the late 1700s but we need heads of grand slam to be excommunicated - now please
Sunday, May 30, 2021
actually we peoples/communities needed to take back the bbc or get berners lee to out platform facebook - there is a possibility yidan can do that- after all we are using me-too of tencent's greatbvinventon wechat as i write;;; if we could make a list of 5 young stars under 30 about from naomi osaka wh'd you choose https://twitter.com/NaomiOsaka
actually the 2004 swedish olympics heptahlon karolina kluft winner was someone we started to try and agent for but the hubs messed her trust up - the health network of jim kim www.pih.org has 2 main sponsors who are non medical- the soe of the sports empire and the daughter of roald dahl just in case you know anyone who plays in those societies https://cmgpartners.ca/mark-mccormack-and-img/ https://www.pih.org/todd-mccormack its strange how the world turns without people of goodwill knowing -or at least i find it takes a lot of searching to get beyond inconvenient truth
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
in March this year, Beeple’s NFT artwork titled Everydays—The First 5000 Days was flung into the spotlight after being purchased at US$69.3 million. That’s not the end of its story, though—we’re still hearing about it today.
Although it wasn’t specified at the time who the buyer was, we now know that it’s someone called Vignesh Sundaresan, also known as MetaKovan. We now also know that, surprisingly, he’s not very possessive over his purchase or the ownership of the token, which is a large appeal when it comes to buying and owning the NFTs.
In fact, he told Bloomberg that he’d like it if everyone could download a copy of the artwork.
“If you have an NFT, I believe everyone gets to enjoy it. But you don’t need everyone to pay for it. There can be a few people who pay for this production, and they get a credit to have been part of this production. And that’s it,” the cryptocurrency entrepreneur and investor stated.
Giving the example of artists releasing music, he also pointed out that there’s a chance that it’d be pirated. There is also the argument that some make, saying that anyone could just right-click an NFT for free and “Save Image As” it for themselves. “Information wants to be free,” he summarized.
Instead, the concept of an NFT takes away the importance of a copy of the file, and gives that value to something else: “the idea that some person supported an artist at some time and this was the memorabilia.”
“I don’t want to be part of something very exclusive,” he continued. “In a way we are trying to do something very inclusive.”
Sundaresan is currently working on a programmable music project alongside 40 artists from India. “They figured how to route it—for every sale, the payment trickles out and gets out to everyone. I think it’s great model to look at how we bridge cultures from all over the world and present them in a global market.”
Friday, February 5, 2021
Register here for our next session!
Next event: "AR: How to Create a Fictional Reality?" / Feb. 11th [10AM PST/ 1PM ET]
- Adrien M & Claire B designed Acqua Alta - Crossing the mirror, a pop-up book visible in AR
- Marie Blondiaux produced My Own Assistant, an interactive AR story, inspired by The Stealth (Les Furtifs), the latest novel by famous French science fiction writer Alain Damasio.
This talk will be hosted by Yvonne Grzenkowicz, Founder & Executive Director of Animation Nights New York.
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