A growing gap threatens to separate the techno-haves from the have-nots. To some change agents, closing this digital divide is not about providing computer access or teaching computer skills: It's about fundamental social change.
It is the wedge question of the new economy: How much money for your work? How much time for family? How much public glory? How much time for reflection? Fast Company looks at the choices we all have to make.
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"If you can change your mind, you can change the world," says creativity guru Joey Reiman. But how do you change your mind? By slowing down long enough to think: "Experience the power of a slow company."