The Top 10 Whines of 2016
Posted at 8:00h, 27 Dec 2016 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
2016 was not an easy year. It was one in which emotions ran high – to put it mildly. This considered, we decided to pay homage to some of those emotions and one thing is certain: it was definitely a vintage year for whines. While there might be a preponderance of Silicon Valley people, places […]
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The Emperor’s New, New Clothes
Posted at 8:00h, 13 Dec 2016 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
The establishment of any new Industrial Age always brings with it the loss of jobs, or a shifting of them, at the very least, and technology is no exception. But the tech sector did come up with an ingenious solution for certain people who found themselves somewhat disenfranchised or in need of some quick cash: […]
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Tech, Disrupted
Posted at 8:00h, 06 Dec 2016 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Silicon Valley Has an Empathy Vacuum, according to Om Malik, whom we know personally (although it’s been a while) and for whom we’ve always had great respect, and who, in our opinion, was being kind, or at least diplomatic. “There is a new economic system emerging that is based on consumer capitalism, that innovates ways […]
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The Things to Do in December Edition
Posted at 8:00h, 29 Nov 2016 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Due to the holidays, no editorial this week. Do hope you enjoyed yours, and a heads up: It’s the holiday party season, a time when things supposedly slow down, but do they really?  Reminder: it’s a very good time to get out there and meet new people – some of whom may be able to […]
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The Lessons Tech Can Learn from the 2016 Elections
Posted at 8:00h, 22 Nov 2016 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
We thought it would be interesting to view the election as a lesson in brand-building and how to not simply launch a company, but some pointers on how to take it to the finished line.
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