sustainability of our species may now depend on which superstars design a 2nd career to value lives matter and youth as the sustainability generation - whats the point of being less than a 360 degree celebrity - with special thanks to naosaka.comif kobe hadn't died prematurely would father and daughter have been satisfied with a few product placements for black lives matter or would he have demanded total value chain redesign so almost all the revenues of sports, arts, fashions are under investment of youth not the elders who brought us to 2020? one clue may come from the sort of startups his investment fund had selected - the rest is down to you all- start with the olympics- dont let old sponsors bail it out; another clue may come from the search for 200 new universities most valuing youth as the sdg generation- can we end student debt for those who dont want to come to unis to party but to apprentice in last mile service as well as zooming around life critical knowhow

olympics best cancelled until 8 billion vaccinated- opportunity to reown- 65% value asian youth heroines who are agented not only to win gold medal but in special universityofstars so when retire connect sdg education
covid is an opportunity to redesign every sports model so under 30s get main value of celebrity and best for world- help co-edit best for sdg generation- - i helped form world class brands association 1988 -see our contribution to the economist year of brand - trust not 90 day profiteering is what communities need global to be mapped around- whilst working for price waterhouse coopers - a proposal was requested by foundation of racing's top star- the idea of universityofstars was born- as important as training to become top of world at your sports goal is anticipating life as rich celebrity- especially how to change world as you start retiring - the late was great at that planting me too and livesmatter movements- he also seeded an investment bank that lives on - what other cases should every budding superstar knowate possible us college sports - it makes no sense for indoor basketball college to comeback until whole of us vaccinated- use opportunity to redesign both university edu and sports models while it is possible to imagine college football played outside to empty stadia - is that worth itit seems that most professional leagues aim to play to empty stadia but tv audiences - even if that does not happen its not business as usual- take nfl players if they choose to strike unleess most of value goes to black lives matter society not owners of stagia that needs a whole new commisioner structure
By 2030 we will be linked in by 4000 times moore edutech (reference half a century of scottish mediation of Entrepreneurial Revolution started at The Economist at time of moon landing. As keynes last chapter of general theiory of employment foretold the expoenential threat is the old half of the world's legislation will destroy sustainbility of girls and boys livelihoods faster than mother natyre can aclimatise to mans biggest orgs.
Welcome to 5 subnetworks that can value the new 3 billion jobs millennials need if AIedu is to truly mediate and value work on celebrating the 17 sdgs. Our companion asks you to help us checkoput back from futire worlkd stages where leaders release the missing 3rg grade girls empowerment curricula teacvhers and their AI assistants need to distribute now out of every 5G enabled global vilage

Monday, December 31, 2029

syonara mr bach

25/8 sad news - bach in ginza spoils superstars love for japan's peoples -every market you look at old people abuse youth's sustainability goals- this is monstrous in markets youth do most to perform - sports, arts, fashions, community building, education  if theirs is to be the first sustainability generation continues search for first world staged event celebrating youth as sustainability's last chance - more on what majority of world believe actions for sustainability map at 

update tokyo olympics 2021 july -why i would recommending for simone not the world's most powerful man -when you ask simone to spend 3 hours on tv saving the world -she says i need a team to do that; vote for a mpost powerful man and after a demi-insurrection you get a lot of promises but no way youth can translate them into action

so what could the world do if it sincerely lover simone's team? over to and our linkedin correspomdent for unwomens

for more brainstorming ask to join whatsapp globalbroadway
sneak preview

back in the good old days- global broadway Was founded at time squares biggest hotel spring 2019 by a university voce chancellor and a director of one of the far east's largest insurance companies whose special project is when he's not innovating esg corporate syndicates

back in 2017 at world economic forum jack ma and olympics bach promised to redesign the olympics so that youth/participants got  far more of  the value not just from winning but where relevant to their lives and livelihods being heroines and heroes of humanity's first sustainability generation

in spring 2019 some of the world's leasing media experts and educators started the whatsapp/wechat group globalbroadway to take the 17 year demand for universityofstars launched in delhi 2004 to a new level -ask chris.macrae@yahoo.couk for more details which go back to advice sought by the brazilian superstar ayrton senna a year before his tragic death in 1994

of course covid has interfered with that promise but lets review which sports and countries have done everything possible to celebrate youth's generational purposes

japan has done absolutely brilliantly -broadly with arts as well as specifically on sports - see and  - with the extraordinary grace of naomi osaka has saved tennis adminstrators from what has been their worst few years

womens gymnastics usa has been saved from being led by a pervert in chief by extraordinary women led by simon biles

tell us who you spot bringing their sports icon nobility


  1. 30 years on - what will japanese make of john von neumann's consequences in this decade of singularity?
    la BOOK REVIEW 1992: The Nurturing of a Mathematics Genius : JOHN VON NEUMANN: The Scientific Genius Who Pioneered the Modern Computer, Game Theory, and Nuclear Deterrence, by Norman Macrae, Pantheon Books, $25; 334 pages
    AUG. 18, 1992 12 AM PT
    “Genius” is one of our most overused labels, so when someone who truly deserves the designation comes along, he or she may get lost in the brouhaha. A case in point is John von Neumann, a Hungarian-born mathematician who profoundly influenced U.S. science, technology and foreign policy until his death, at 56, in 1957.

    For all his well-earned recognition in his own time, von Neumann is all but unknown today. The reason, suggests Norman Macrae, author of “John von Neumann,” an absorbing--if sometimes annoying--biography, is that the mathematician spread himself too thin to leave an indelible mark. Von Neumann was interested in everything around him, and his chief talent lay in radically improving other people’s ideas.

    Von Neumann’s unusual life would be impossible to replicate now, and to grasp its significance, the reader needs the help of a historian blessed equally with academic savvy and international street smarts. Macrae finds numerous ways to remind the reader that he has both, having taken an honors degree in economics from Oxford University and having spent his working life with the prestigious British weekly the Economist.


  2. Amid the self-promotion, Macrae supplies important context for von Neumann’s otherwise puzzling ascent to the highest U.S. government circles. The author points out, for example, that von Neumann was only one of a seemingly inordinate number of brilliant Hungarian refugees to move to the United States in the 1930s.

    Most members of the stratospheric-I.Q. inner circle of the Manhattan Project, which produced the A-Bomb and H-Bomb, had graduated within a few years of each other from one of Budapest’s three best preparatory schools. These “men from Mars,” as an envious U.S.-born scientist dubbed them, were Edward Teller, Leo Szilard, Eugene Wigner and von Neumann. The last two, in fact, were friends from childhood.

    At 10, “Johnny,” as Macrae chummily refers to von Neumann throughout the book, taught the 11-year-old Wigner set theory, a high-level branch of mathematics.

    Turn-of-the-century Budapest could hardly help producing such prodigies, Macrae says, owing to its unique mix of old and new cultures. Despite its remarkable success as a commercial power, Hungary was one of the last European nations to relinquish feudalism. Even at the turn of the 20th Century, its native Magyar population was almost entirely peasant class, lorded over by a few aristocrats who disdained the hurly-burly of business and the professions.

    Thus, medicine, law, the arts--and especially the socially declasse study of science and mathematics--were wide open to non-native Hungarians who earned their qualifications in Budapest’s excellent schools. Not surprisingly, says Macrae, education-hungry, entrepreneurial people, many of them Jews, flocked from all over eastern and western Europe to booming Budapest--then fled to the United States when Hitler came to power.

    Von Neumann, the cosseted son of a successful international banker, grew up in Budapest at the peak of the city’s opulence. His father, a non-practicing Jew, earned the family an aristocratic title in return for commercial service to the nation (hence the “von”). The elder von Neumann saw to it that little Johnny was surrounded with extra-bright governesses who spoke the major European languages. On graduating from high school, the young von Neumann won Hungary’s top scholastic honor, as had Nobelist-to-be Eugene Wigner the year before him.

    In 1933, already internationally renowned as a mathematician at age 29, von Neumann followed Einstein in accepting a tenured position at the brand-new Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Then, using his grand Princeton home as a base, von Neumann spent the rest of his life using his social and mathematical skills to work his way into increasingly influential positions in academia, government and industry.

    He was, unlike his reclusive, other-worldly colleague, Einstein, a practical man, always looking for ways to apply his formidable mind to problems of daily life.

    If von Neumann’s singularly rich and productive intellectual life offers a lesson to parents of a gifted child, it is this: Thinking should never cease to be fun. Macrae’s treatment of von Neumann is partly obscured by hero worship. Nevertheless, Macrae’s life of the great mathematician shows dramatically what proper care and feeding can do for an unusually capacious mind.