Recently, I bought a copy of Time magazine’s publication, "TIME 100 Ideas That Changed the World: History’s Greatest Breakthroughs, Inventions and Theories," by Richard Lacayo and Editors of Time 2011, in an airport book store while on a business trip.

It was certainly a compact and interesting read, highlighting amazing innovations that we now accept as the norm of human existence on planet earth, from the discovery of germs to the foundation of a seven day week to the building of the World Wide Web. I was amazed as I read through it and was reminded of how human existence since the beginning of recorded history has been truly shaped through ideas turned into game changing innovation results.

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