When I began my professional working life in the 1990s, we were still very much in the old economy. There remained an acceptance of the idea of staying with companies for an extended period of time, and that companies adding employees to some extent represented business success; although this period aligned with the start of […]
There has been a lot of discussion of the negative impact of both Twitter and Facebook on the recent election. It’s easy to look at such artificial social spaces and say that they’re anonymous and negative; and hence, simply need to be vetted by good actors to minimize the impact of the bad. Inherently, this […]
I’ve imported some old posts, in preparation for writing more….soon.
I haven’t posted here for a while, as I’ve been focused on other business, but thought I’d make a pass now at a comprehensive look at issues I see with bitcoin in light of Jason Calacanis’ recent, strongly positive, statements. I’m not an economist, but I do have a fair amount of experience in implementation […]
Jeremy Wagstaff recently posted a very positive analysis regarding Skype, with which, as a heavy user of Skype for IM, I quite empathize. However, his take on voice functionality is a tad euro-centric; not to say that he’s wrong, but I think that Skype’s journey back from years of neglect is a harder trek than he posits. […]