“The telescreen received and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound […] would be picked up by it, moreover, so long as he remained within the field of vision ...
Sorry, but you must play in the market - you must offer a price; merely saying it’s too expensive is not acceptable
There is a set of tropes, if you will, in startup social-enterprise projects.
Over at FastCompany, Robert Levine writes that pirating Game of Thrones is a direct attack on this emerging genre of actually good TV shows
The ICT_Works blog has come out swinging: Linux vs. Microsoft is the most useless debate in ICT4D
Bangkok is truly infinite in all directions.
Here’s our cryptocurrenct FastCo big idea from last week
Over at FastCoExist, my colleague and I are rolling out a series of big changes and ideas in economy
My wife and I bought a new TV that comes with, as most new TVs seem to, an app store. And it sucks. By gods, the offerings are horrible.
Two years ago, in the aftermath of the January, 2010 earthquake, hackers and social activists led a charge and saved lives in Haiti
Not a very bloggy year, but I like to think I made up for quantity with quality.
A rant on the tight hold “overhead” has on nonprofit financials and giving decisions I wrote with my colleague is up on Co.Exist.
Look. I’m going on vacation tomorrow. I have promised myself to keep my stress levels down, so this is as much as you’ll hear from me about SOPA
I have a critical flaw - not being able to say no to helping out worthwhile projects get their technological house in order.
This is a rough summary of my talk Tuesday night at DCWeek’s Hot Tech Trends.