Memory Machines: Learning, Knowing, and Technological Change

It requires us to counter the story that “technology is changing faster than ever before and it’s so overwhelming so let’s just let Google be responsible for the world’s information.”
Not sure I buy the pace of change argument and, in some ways, the whole "it doesn't matter how deep the water is if you know how to swim" argument applies...but I wholeheartedly agree with questioning the assertion that it follows we should leave it to the media overlords.

Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity

I would suggest that members at a cerebration session be given sinecure tasks to do—short reports to write, or summaries of their conclusions, or brief answers to suggested problems—and be paid for that, the payment being the fee that would ordinarily be paid for the cerebration session. The cerebration session would then be officially unpaid-for and that, too, would allow considerable relaxation.
A good gig if you can get it.