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Surfing The Third Wave

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This article from MicroTimes #118, January 3, 1994, underlines the fact that the Tofflers’ books “. . . are widely studied by governments, businesses, and ordinary citizens trying to make sense of an increasingly chaotic world.”

It also talks about how knowledge can substitute for the other resources of production, such as labor, energy, space, and capital.

It also talks about the problem of what to teach in training schools, since many things taught today are obsolete in a few years. So this means that all schools need to focus on one specific skill: THINKING! Teach kids how to think and they do not need a head full of beliefs, rules, or data—let their brains imitate processor chips in computers, not data chips.