The Ostrich Effect
Posted at 8:00h, 17 Oct 2017 in List Archive by Bonnie Halper No Comments Share
If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s Facebook attempting to obfuscate once again.
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Tech and the Myth of Net Neutrality
Posted at 8:00h, 03 Oct 2017 in Advice by Bonnie Halper No Comments Share
With the Facebooks and Googles of the world skewing search results and censoring content, may be time to broaden the term 'Net Neutrality'
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Tech and the Rise of the Beta Male
Posted at 8:00h, 26 Sep 2017 in List Archive by Bonnie Halper No Comments Share
The tech illuminati are Betas, not the traditional Alpha males. These backroom betas are geeks with an axe to grind, and they’re literally taking it out on the world.
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Universal Basic Income and the Question No One Asks
Posted at 8:00h, 19 Sep 2017 in Amazon by Bonnie Halper No Comments Share
Why do the wealthy and elite support seemingly radical social programs?,” The Guardian asks. “Have they grown enlightened and concerned with the plight of everyone else? Or is it a stealthy way for them to backdoor their own politics and values, while also protecting their positions in society?”
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The Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader Edition
Posted at 8:00h, 12 Sep 2017 in List Archive by Bonnie Halper No Comments Share
It’s September, summer vacations are over, school is back in session. It’s the month that traditionally marks ‘back to the grind’ time. The New York Times had an interesting opinion piece by Dan Lyons, entitled In Silicon Valley, Working 9 to 5 Is for Losers. To refresh your memories, Lyons, formerly of Hubspot, authored Disrupted: […]
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