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That’s what fuelled Arab Spring. The revolution triggered by Mohamed Bouazizi, a young Tunisian street vendor, who set himself on fire on Dec 17th 2010, was set ablaze by social media. Continue reading On Social Media: Technological Revolutions in the Making
The statistics are startling: according to the International Labour Organization 6% of 15 to 24-year-olds in developed countries, or 75m, are unemployed. A number higher than ever before, 26m, are among the NEETS (Not in Employment Education or Training). According to the Economist, 290m, or a quarter of world’s youth, are neither working, nor studying. Tough times call for a change in career strategy.
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The post is not meant to answer questions. It’s meant to question what we think we already know. It’s not condescending, except when it comes to my vision – of what I used to think that I see, hear or understand.
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First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight with you, and then you win
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