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Cynthia Jabar on Instagram: “Weekend #mindfulness 2014-03-14_04.06.16_1.jpegwith family #making #story + playing with #lettering #illustration #doodle Join in! #nyc” Penguinteen: Updated post! We’ve added events... Studies show children are born equipped to be empathic, but these skills take time and practice to develop.

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Evolution Shift - David Houle, Futurist, Disintermediation, Future Trends, Future of Energy. [Note: A version of this column recently appeared in the Shift Age Newsletter.

Evolution Shift - David Houle, Futurist, Disintermediation, Future Trends, Future of Energy

Please feel free to sign up for a free subscription.] I have been writing and speaking that IP is the wealth of the Shift Age for the last six years. And over the last six years, this reality has become ever more apparent. Recent headlines make this crystal clear. In the Agricultural Age, those who owned the land created wealth. Nine times I have spoken of this and have had a CEO or business owner tell me they had recently sold their company for more money than they had ever thought possible based on multiples of revenue or profit. IP now represents more than 80% of the market cap of the S&P 500 in the United States. One of the recent examples of this is the Microsoft-AOL transaction. What is interesting is to look at the motivation of Microsoft. If one thinks about the businesses and revenue streams of the mobile business, Microsoft is behind in all the traditional categories. Our 7 Tenets of Future Storyworlds – Transmedia Storyteller.

Studies show children are born equipped to be empathic, but these skills take time and practice to develop.

Our 7 Tenets of Future Storyworlds – Transmedia Storyteller

Empathic children are aware of their own feelings and individuality; are able to relate to common feelings while also distinguishing their own emotions from the feelings of others; can imagine how others might feel in a given situation and respond in a way they imagine might be comforting to that person.... An Empathy Timeline Some studies suggest that the development of empathy has its roots in infancy, though it takes many years for this skill to mature. Babies as young as 6 months old begin using social referencing, looking to the reactions of a parent or caretaker to gauge the safety of a situation or new person.

Research suggests that children as young as 14 months offer to help an adult who is struggling to reach something.... Strategies for Raising Empathic Children.... by David Sack, M.D. Shared Story Worlds Design Primer. Studies show children are born equipped to be empathic, but these skills take time and practice to develop.

Shared Story Worlds Design Primer

Empathic children are aware of their own feelings and individuality; are able to relate to common feelings while also distinguishing their own emotions from the feelings of others; can imagine how others might feel in a given situation and respond in a way they imagine might be comforting to that person.... An Empathy Timeline Some studies suggest that the development of empathy has its roots in infancy, though it takes many years for this skill to mature.

Babies as young as 6 months old begin using social referencing, looking to the reactions of a parent or caretaker to gauge the safety of a situation or new person. Best Free Podcasts. Why digital photographs won't be around forever. Is this the best way to hang on to memories?

Why digital photographs won't be around forever

The text with this Dear Photograph image reads: 'I fell in love with a woman. I'm not ready to let go… but she is'. Photograph: dearphotograph.com 'Speechless. Tears. Here's another. A third picture shows a crumpled snapshot of a woman, dressed in a 1940s outfit, walking along a street. Another shows two kids dressed in clown outfits.

What Comic Book Creators Can Learn From Steve Jobs. You’ve probably heard of Steve Jobs, the man who co-founded Apple Computer Inc. on April 1, 1976, and announced that the name of the company was changing to Apple Inc. on January 9, 2007. Many a rough water flowed under the bridge between those two dates, most notably when Jobs resigned from the company in 1985 after falling out with the directors, and returned to work for them in 1996, initially as an advisor, then progressing to CEO. On returning to Apple, he brought the company back from the brink of implosion to (according to Wikipedia) ‘the most valuable consumer-facing brand in the world’, worth $19.1 billion in 2010.

In this article, I’d like to concentrate on the thought processes of this amazing man, what they meant for Apple, and what comic publishers and creators could learn from them. In the computer industry, throughout the eighties and nineties, there were two major companies fighting for the attention and hard-earned dollar of their target market (sound familiar?). Etc.? OnFiction. The new novel by Cary Fagan, A Bird’s Eye (2013) is a genre-bender.

OnFiction

It is not a short story. It is a story bound between two covers and is called “a novel” on the front. Here are some contextualizing numbers. Animal Farm is 29,966 words long; The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is 70,570; and Middlemarch is 310,593. WhatWasThere - Put history in its place! I H H - it happened HERE. Your World. More Interesting. Apps Bring Past, Present and Future Into Focus. Storyworld/Made in Me.