Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Globalization (Video streams)

Commanding heights is a six hour documentary based on the book by the same title.
You can watch the full documentary online (in short clips), and, get more in-depth information for several countries, covering economic and geopolitical issues.

Very insightful points of view and cases, for anyone interested in globalization.



Friday, July 23, 2004

Business (Audio-Video Streams)

Another, link from Stanford.
This time it's from the graduate school of business.
(Speakers, Conferences, etc)

Wednesday, July 21, 2004


The Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) educators corner:a comprehensive site for entrepreneurs; covering a wide range of topics from building a good founding team to product marketing, financials, and many others.


Monday, July 19, 2004

Business Strategy

Two great links from two great authors:
Tom Peters (In search of excellence, Re-Imagine)
and Jim Collins(Built to last,Good to Great)
Focus on: :Leadership &business strategies.

Tom Peters

Jim Collins

To check (on websites) : presentations, ideas, lectures, articles and case studies.

Further reading

Saturday, July 17, 2004

Industrial Design

I believe Industrial design is a great example of how creativity is used to balance form and function.
Today's first link is to IDEO one of the best (and best-known) design firms. You can browse their projects gallery, see conceptual designs and read about the design process.


The second link is to the industrial design society of america (IDSA). Make sure you visit the design awards [IDEA] galleries.


Monday, July 12, 2004

News Map

The following is a link to a page that displays Google news in a visual format. It could also be configured according to your preferences.

(click on graphic to open page)

Friday, July 09, 2004

Business (Video streams)

Speeches by CEO's of major companies, nobel prize winners & other leaders. [Northwestern university Kellogg school of management]

(click on the picture to open the new page)

Jack Welch
Sumner Redstone
Joseph Stiglitz


Friday, July 02, 2004

Magazines (culture,technology,foreign policy, business)

A few of the most intriguing and informative magazines out there:

1- Culture, Politics, Art:

Harper's Magazine

The New Yorker

2- Business:
Inc. 'The magazine for growing companies'

Business 2.0

Harvard Business Review (my personal favorite, subscription only)

3- Foreign affairs/policy:
Foreign Affairs (published by the CFR)

Foreign Policy

4- Technology:
Tech Review (by MIT)

IEEE spectrum