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  1. China has Innovated throughout its History

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    Even though we love smartphones, we do have a big problem with them: entering text causes more pain than pleasure. Touchscreens are awesome, but navigating their virtual keyboards is an ordeal. In 2008, four graduates of Shanghai's best universities,...

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  2. Start-ups that are global from day one

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    Before heading off to Asia and the US, I wanted to make some initial summaries of what I've learned during my travels. The first was an article on the idea of ecosystems, published in July. This one, the second, is about start-ups that are global...

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  3. Reprisal: The Journey East, Returning to My Roots

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    I'm writing this in Ho Chi Minh City. I just got here, the next step on my trip around the world of innovation. From here, I'll go to Singapore, Manilla, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, San Francisco and New York. The big trip.This is...

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  4. Innovation world tour: it's about the ecosystem

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    Before you head off on vacation, let me take a moment to set out my preliminary – and only partial  – takeaways from my travels through the world of innovation, a journey that will conclude in October. After visiting 33 cities, interviewing more...

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  5. The Experimental Tweet Presentation

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    I was recently asked to talk about how innovation has changed journalism, which turned into an experiment in tweeting my own presentation with no visual support besides my Twitter page. This took place at the end of June as part of the 4M Conference...

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  6. Startups in Israel: A Revealing Paradox.

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    Israel has two key elements needed to succeed in the information-technology sector: Nobel Prizes (symbolic of the quality of high-level education) and the capital to invest  in startups. Both are things that make Silicon Valley so strong.You just...

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