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Charlie Mingus’ words of wisdom on creativity.
Chade-Meng Tan speaks of everyday compassion at Google which he calls “Search Inside Yourself.” According to Meng compassion works in 3 steps: attention training, self-knowledge and spreading happiness.
I am quoted in a San Francisco Business Times article about UCSF’s pioneering effort to use social media to connect with patients, caregivers and donors.
I am quoted in an Economist article about the launch of the original iPad.