In 1995 School of Thinking was the first school on the internet. Ten years before in 1984 we had already invented and published the universal brain software (cvsx10=bvs) with global distribution.
In 1996 we were the first internet school to have real audio. In 1996 we won the Top 5% of the Web Award.
In 1997 we were the first online school to give global MOOCs pro bono.
In 2000 we published The x10 Memeplex: Multiply Your Business By Ten. Jack Welch of GE and Larry Page of Google are the acknowledged world leaders in the application of x10 Thinking.
By 2005 thousands of academic, government and social businesses worldwide had already started using x10 Thinking.
In 2007 we were the first school on the smartphone and then the first publisher of a collection of smartphonebooks.
In 2018 we will be the first smartphone school to award master degrees in lateral thinking to fully qualified students on every continent. What will you be doing?
How much would be
an additional ten Einsteins
worth to the planet?
What’s it worth to everyone
if just one mind
solves the cancer problem?
Clay Shirky looks at “cognitive surplus” – the shared, online work we do with our spare brain cycles.