In her latest article Stephanie N. Mehta, FORTUNE senior writer on June 29 2006 is referring to Diana Farrell, director of McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey & Co,’s economic think tank.
While I was reading the last article by Ephraim Schwartz, InfoWorld on ecommercetimes.com, and combining it with Kathy Sierra new proposed discussion on the best model of innovation, I have been wondering how those two main streams can be connected or related?
On his last article Gene J. Koprowski in www.TechNewsWorld.com, which is part of the ECT News Network mentioned a new study which indicates that public, wireless broadband networks planned by both big and small cities may provide Internet access to as many as six million homes within five years.
Singapore has launched a new 10-year, $3.2 billion Master Plan, that will propel the nation into 2015 and beyond, with a line-up of activities and goals that spell benefits for the people, businesses and the global community. The vision is to turn the country into an Intelligent Nation and Global City, powered by ICT.
As public space, digital networks offered opportunities for public participation, dialogue and intervention. This project created a network database to support the Mobile Digital Commons Networks MDCN projects as well as conduct research with sensors in the urban environment.
A recent paper by Asteris Chatziparadeisis, presented at the European Conference on Quality in Survey Statistics (Cardiff 24 – 26 April 2006) focuses on the capacity of well-established indicators to capture the progress towards the knowledge-based economy.