This idea of Metallica or some rock n' roll singer being rich, that's not necessarily going to happen anymore. Because, as we enter into a new age, maybe art will be free. Maybe the students are right. They should be able to download music and movies. I'm going to be shot for saying this. But who said art has to cost money? And therefore, who says artists have to make money?
Quem pergunta é Francis Ford Coppola.
Em 2000, Portugal descriminalizou o consumo de todas as drogas e aumentou os recursos para tratamento. Os resultados parecem positivos, mas mesmo assim autoridades de outros países duvidam deles.
Há algum problema em usar o próprio filho para pesquisar o desenvolvimento da linguagem em crianças? É prático e barato.
Robôs em formas humana e animal apelam a algo enterrado em nós e prometem uma conexão mútua que não podem fazer. Sherry Turkle se preocupa com o nosso senso de humanidade num futuro de máquinas falsamente empáticas.
When a 13-year-old girl can sit in math class, hide her Hello Kitty smart phone behind her textbook, and pull up such an extreme video in less time than it would take her to text a vote for her favorite American Idol contestant, we’ve certainly reached some kind of new societal landmark. It’s important, however, to distinguish between what has changed and what hasn’t.
Book lovers, you can exhale. The printed, bound book has been given a stay of execution by an unlikely source: the design community. In this Kindle-and-iPad age, architects, builders and designers are still making spaces with shelves — lots and lots of shelves — and turning to companies like Mr. Wines’s Juniper Books for help filling them.