Fast Company magazine has a cover story this month about Steve Jobs, the dead founder of Apple Computer. Kind. Patient. Human. Fast Company promises to tell me about “the Steve you didn’t know”. I run with slow company myself, so the Steve Jobs I knew
It’s telling that Knewton’s web site doesn’t mention obesity very often, except in study materials for the GMAT that warn, “Obesity is the most urgent nutrition-related health problem in America today.” Premed student, heal thyself.
The trouble with Brainswarming is that it has been so successful in expanding human creativity that, already, over the weekend, it became obsolete. Get with it, Fast Company! People have moved on, and need a new catchphrase now.