The Boston Globe Online wrote a story in Feb 2003 of how the world's most preferred search engine - Google - is changing what we can find out about one another...The first tool truly to make sense of the white noise that is the Internet, Google has become essential research for everyone...But somewhere along the path toward changing our daily lives, Google changed our concept of time as well. It has helped make our past - or oddly refracted shards of it - present and permanent.
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. Isn't it time we made it just a little bit easier for geniuses to do their job? Isn't it time we Tolerate Genius?
You may not have been a "nerd" in your school days and you may think you don't need to read about them now. But this essay is much more than that. It will give you a perspective on the importance of education in life, the role that parents and institutions have in it.
I have often wondered about a peculiar question : Is "ideal" necessarily "impractical" ?I know there is no such thing as the perfect world. And I am not aiming for one. But I sincerely believe that the world would be so much better a place if we aimed for the sky and not landed the stars, but didn't fall on the ground either...
I have a little book called the "Book of Questions". It has nothing but questions in it ; No answers, just questions. Each question is meant to make you think about your life and your approach to it. One specific question from that book has done a lot to the way I look at life.