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.
I will be discussing the tech trends from 2011 and looking forward to what 2012 holds for us with a fine group of panelists during DCWeek.
Let me be clear - I have a difficult relationship with the Occupy movement.
Alexa and I have another article up at FastCompany on social entrepreneurs and bots
Dakar. It’s hot. Lots of goats. In 2-5 years, it could be a major tech hub – sooner with some policy and infrastructure changes
A colleague and I have the first of two articles posted on FastCompany - discussing the role of automation in job creation – and destruction
Social change takes trust.
It’s not to early to start making sure that your SXSW 2012 experience is fully awesome. How you ask? Why, by voting for awesome panels to attend.
One of the sad truths that emerged at the Technology Salon on ICTs and M&E was that failure in development is rarely about the project performance, but a...
The events in London over the past few days have been deeply interesting in the wake of last month’s conversation on mobile and online activism during and af...
Thanks to amazing work by eBay’s TOP team and Gray Productions, we have not one, but two fab widgets to help you vote for innovative market-based solutions t...
If May 3rd gets to be World Press Freedom Day, then after today’s events, July 14 (in addition to already being Bastille Day) should be Citizen Media Day.
So, I’ve been beating this drum for a while - oppressive governments are increasingly quick and intelligent in responding to protests that use mobile and new...
May 3 is World Press Freedom Day.