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The State Of Humanity

The State of Humanity highlights why and how we must change our manmade systems to improve human excellence in lockstep with nature.

The Elasticity Of MLK’s Wisdom

We must stand on the shoulders of MLK's intelligence and courage to chart a path for humanity much brighter and lighter than our unchangeable past.

One Day With HomePod Mini

My day-1 review of Apple's HomePod mini.

One Day With iPhone 12 Pro

My day-1 review of Apple's latest iPhone 12 Pro.

Is Apple’s M1 Bold Change?

Bold change is how Apple CEO, Tim Cook, referred to Appleā€™s M1 CPU chip in its upcoming line of computers. Is it?

Apple Lacks A Leader

Only a real leader can elevate the value of innovation to truly benefit humanity.

To Lead Or Not To

We need to elevate the practice of leadership to show the world who we really are.

Big Tech Versus Big Politics

Structural solutions and shortcuts are available to resolve our nation's impasse with two-faced technology companies. Cures I have been prescribing for twelve years. It is never too late to get real.

Has The dot.com Situation In 2020 Not Vastly Improved From 1990/2000s?

We must measure value creation in the business of innovation based on how technology improves human adaptability to nature's entropy, and to ensure the pageantry of positivity surrounding technology is not used and abused to rob the bank of humanity's evolutionary excellence.

Facebook, L’Enfant Terrible

Facebook is like an infant with parents strung out on drugs, the child sadly left to its own devices.

I Told You So: India Bans 59 Apps

I warned technology companies five years ago. The days are numbered thinking you can sell the equivalent of sugar-water to the world and expect to get away with spawning yet another mind-numbing addiction that accelerates an anthropogenic cascade.

Apple Makes Me Yawn

Nothing in this announcement demonstrates how Apple improves the human condition, the gist of the announcement being "what took you so long?"

Why Innovate?

This seemingly innocuous question leads to some interesting discoveries.
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