A recent run-in at a conference has me thinking about the natural progression of an idea, from inception, through evolution and if it's successful, eventual revolution. This is a good read if you're out there in the
Those who are either full of words or just at a loss for them, regarding today's school shooting in Connecticut, MUST inject value in their emotions and take action.
I stand with Barack Obama. This is why.
As it's apparently become somewhat acceptable to tolerate a bit of moral ambiguity in the quest for a win, I couldnt imagine a worse example of the compromising of our morals than the blind acceptance of people
I've spent a lot of mental time in the past few weeks thinking about my exhausted idealism, and it's time once again to light the fire.
On any given day, when traffic is bad or the wrong side of the bed feels like the only option, I try to focus on one unavoidable, unfathomable and unmistakeable truth: everything that happens to us as
They talk a lot about the unexamined life, but what happens when examination produces very few answers? This is the last post about writing I will ever create, and yet it's the first post about writing I've
Cynicism is intellectual and creative cancer. I propose that we all spend the rest of 2012 attempting a social experiment: with each and every idea that hits you - whether it's born in your own mind
A thousand words on Internet culture and identity as it faces the Stop Privacy Online Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA).
Steve Jobs, who passed away today at 56, was my hero. A flawed man with impeccable vision, he leaves behind an inestimable legacy. A machine, like a man, is the sum of its parts - the hundreds,