|Ted Turner first billionaire to declare that most of his fortune would be given to youth's millennium collaboration goals; spent his 75th birthday celebrating launch of Atlanta as twin million jobs creating youth capital ; innovated 24 hours news channel; CNN now celebrates a youth heroes competition 1 2; the inspirations of Ted Turner and fellow billionnaire gifter Mo Ibrahim have stimulated interesting paris-connected networks :|
Africa24tv -100 satellite tv journalist searching out Africa's most trusted leaders;
notimeleft.org - a collective of film-makers and youth action networs opposed to bad news coverage of developing our planet
Timelines system transformation valuing first 40 years of worldwide web generation - launched & updated 1972 @ The Economist curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution
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became a staunch supporter of the Institute of Economic Affairs. He explained how they were: "polite, even courteous, plainly intelligent fellows who enjoyed an argument... The intellectual concussion caused by the revolution conducted by Ralph Harris and Arthur Seldon from 1957 onwards, upon the body politic and economic was cumulative and, eventually, decisive. Policies that were deemed to be politically impossible and unpopular by politicians, civil servants, captains of industry and the trade unions were discovered to be practical, popular and successful. Even television and the newspapers began to get the idea... Success has many fathers, but none have better deserved the recognition and acclaim than the founding fathers of the IEA, who did the work. They did the fighting. They took the risks. They had the solutions."