I continue to marvel about how small the world has become due to the web. Yesterday I did an interview with a newspaper from Chile (La Tercera) who found me because of an interview I did with Psychology Today...and so on. As boundaries between countries evaporate a kind of information assimilation is taking place...sort of like how all shopping malls across the U.S., Canada, Mexico all look the same...same stores, same clothes.
I wonder if the next frontier in diversity or "multiculturalism" might not be moving beyond the color of your skin or one's ethnicity, but instead "neurodiversity." We are all neurologically unique...some of us have funny brains, some serious, some have autism or Asperger's. In other words, there is real diversity in how we process information. And, a challenge for the future is for people to understand this and to become interested in how we are different, and to appreciate those differences: