Archive for category: Innovative Nature

We should learn more like CSI

We should learn more like CSI

0 / December 11, 2011 5:03 pm

If a massive traffic accident involving dozens of cars kills, maims, injures hundreds of people, there would be a serious inquiry into why it happened, what can be done about it, and maybe even prosecutions laid if someone fell asleep […]

Three Wheeler Economics

Three Wheeler Economics

1 / December 30, 2010 11:59 pm

Most mornings in Sri Lanka begin with an adventure derby on a three wheeler taxi. The adrenaline rush is better than coffee sitting in the back with no seat belts weaving between trucks and into oncoming vehicles. As a tourist though, we are also taken for a ride on the price. It’s economics that might work on a small level, but what happens when applied on a large-scale by a few elites?

Testing Irrational Passionate Ideas

Testing Irrational Passionate Ideas

0 / November 1, 2010 2:23 pm

What if you were seized with a crazy desire to buy a video camera and tell stories, but you don’t have a clue how to make a film let alone hold a camera? That’s the question I was faced with […]

Talked to Your Masterless Warrior and Asthmatic Wizard Lately?

Talked to Your Masterless Warrior and Asthmatic Wizard Lately?

2 / May 25, 2010 2:29 pm

Imagine a scene out of a science-fiction fantasy novel where an ancient wizard stands atop a cliff overlooking a battle between two warring clans. From here the wizard sees not just the entire landscape, but also the entire significance and […]

It’s a Criminal Act

It’s a Criminal Act

1 / October 5, 2009 9:14 pm

What do these three pieces of information add up to: a quote from the founder of a start-up company, an article from Harvard about outsourcing, and a book about peak oil? The answer: a trend worth paying attention to! In […]