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Why Innovate?

This seemingly innocuous question leads to some interesting discoveries.

The Twitter Embargo

When you pledge allegiance to the Constitution, you should know about the inherent speech and behavioral traits incompatible with the regenerative excellence of the human species.

As I Predicted: Respect Our Values Or Expect Regulations

Mark Zuckerberg could have saved a lot of money and gained respect if he had sought my advisory.

A Bose NC700 Redemption Song

Credit where credit is due from a new firmware update breathing new life into Bose's over-the-ear active noise-canceling headphones released last year.

Why Technology Cannot Arbitrate Or Build Systems Of Arbitrage

A simple, yet prime, example of why technology is bad for humanity.

I Was 10 Years Ahead…Or More Alarmingly, The Greater-Fools Were 10 Years Behind

Eventually, the world will have to wake up from the self-induced sleep of reason.

Can Technology Companies Be Trusted?

Trust is a consequence, not a cause. We first need new principles to govern a modern world for trust to carry meaningful value.

What Do You Mean By Pseudo-Science?

Pseudoscience, in its best incarnation, is a study that confounds consequence with cause, leading to grave depravity of reason.

Breaking News: Apple’s Tim Cook Leaving To Head Up Boar’s Head

Since the possibility of news is big business, I hereby launch my own.

Apple’s Time Remaining

I am getting tired of Apple's lousy software quality, bad hardware quality, and dumb design putting a cramp on my style.

The Pot Of Congress Calling Facebook’s Kettle Black

The interrogation of Facebook's CEO by Congress makes clear we must seek a higher normalization of human excellence.

To Innovate Is One Thing, To Accept Innovation Is Another

Innovation requires not an inside-looking-out perspective, but an outside-looking-in perspective.
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