Anton Musgrave New investment potential?

Could I be granted a share of the value derived from my brain while I sleep... Now that's what I would call a really good passive investment! Imagine how that could change our personal balance sheet... Maybe a life of sailing, sun and sleeping is not out of reach after all... Or maybe it is... Depends on how my brain thinks I guess!
Posted: 1 July 2011 at 05:38

Neil Jacobsohn New investment potential?

Now that's Musgrave for you! Always looking for ways to spend more time sleeping, sailing, and sunning!
Posted: 4 July 2011 at 10:01

Anton Musgrave FaceBook Brains...how does your brain stack up?

As we continue to experience the impact of social media and other new technologies, incl. on-line gaming, we are constantly amazed by the rapid development of a new human species...homo sapiens mobilis! How do the rest of us stay competitive...its not by ignoring the signs but by embracing these new shifts and maintaining an attitude of 'unlearning' to re-learn! And it's quite fun. Business has to adapt even more rapidly to entice these new skills into organizations and then to understand how to leverage these skills within structures that mitigate against their application!
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Posted: 19 October 2011 at 12:52

Anton Musgrave Why Facebook remains relevant

Mark Zuckerberg's letter filed in the IPO documents reveals fascinating insights into what drives FaceBook (as he claims) and why it should remain relevant for the future. Love it or hate it, we can't deny that is connects people who choose to be connected really well. From building new relationships to sharing more with existing friends, we all feel closer to those we choose to invite into our networks...and the growth of users will not stop.
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Posted: 3 February 2012 at 09:23

Doug Vining Lawyers can ruin any experience!

If the lawyers from Facebook, Apple and Microsoft got together, then the Singularity would be a seriously depressing experience.

Welcome to, err … Life?

The video is hilarious:


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Posted: 17 May 2012 at 09:12

Anton Musgrave Prepare your brain for download!

When last did you think about HOW you think? Our brain is sued every day, mostly using thought rules developed over our entire lives. How many of these rules stay valid for the future? get your brain ready ...you dont want to download an old brain with old thought processing rules!!
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Posted: 16 July 2018 at 09:21
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