A Cross of Silicon


Talking Truth to Technology

He Who Controls Content Controls Truth


Should The US Hire Digital Dogs To Fight Cyber War?


EU’s Google Fine Isn’t Just About Business


EU Copyright Debate Is Orwellian


Alexa & The World’s Oldest Profession


Will AI Kill The Need For Insurance?


Does Big Tech Enable Or Impede Innovation?


So What About The Gig Economy?


Monsanto Will Disappear, But The Issues Won’t


Is GDPR The Big Opt-Out?


Is the Model T Coming Back?


Who’s Fault Is It That Congress Doesn’t Understand Tech?


My Life Without Facebook


We’re All Crash Test Dummies Now


Do We Possess A Right To Be Forgotten?


The Case For Regulating A.I.


CES: The Festival of Frivolity


Does Democracy Depend on Anonymity?


Cell Phone Danger: Breaking Dam or Fake News?


Bitcoin Gives Blockchain A Bad Name


Technology Isn’t Better


Is Bob Lutz Right?


Earth, Our Only Home


Can Tech Companies Remake Puerto Rico?


What If The Future Of Transportation Is Staying Put?


Are Smart Cities For Citizens Or Consumers?


We Never Intended


The First Era After Time


Bitcoin: Capitalism, or Conspiracy?


Why Did We Get HAL 9000, Not C-3P0?


How Big Tech Subverts Capitalism


Cajun Navy Is Model For Future Communities


Tim Cook’s Capitalism Should Be Copied


How Will Haters Find Love?


Does Uber Prove Marx Was Right?


Microsoft Deserves A Bigger Purpose


I Want A Tesla Toaster


Are Big Data Black Swan Killers?


The Oldest Innovation: Monopoly


Paris, Exxon & Energy Innovation


Trading Privacy For Safety


A Tale of Two Cities


Amazon’s Retail Plan Isn’t About Books


A Different Future For The Ford 1,400


Technology Has A POV


The Innovation Communications Challenge


The Robot Apocalypse Starts With Ping Pong?


Why Not Autonomous Everything Else First?


Tesla Isn’t Worth More Than GM Or Ford


Uber Should Run On An App


Snapchat and the Rise of Fake Value


Are Social Media Soma?


Samsung’s Unplanned Obsolescence


Will Smart Tech Be Moral?


Tesla & SpaceX Crash Into Our Expectations For Innovation


On The Dangers of Opacity


Here’s Why Yahoo’s Story Has An Unhappy Ending