Monthly Archives: October 2010

Interlude: a mild theory on time

When hearing new ideas, I sometimes find the intellectual process of getting there almost as interesting as the idea itself.  If you’re not amused by such post-modern, self-aware musings, please skip the following interlude. As an alternative, might I suggest

Interlude: a mild theory on time

When hearing new ideas, I sometimes find the intellectual process of getting there almost as interesting as the idea itself.  If you’re not amused by such post-modern, self-aware musings, please skip the following interlude. As an alternative, might I suggest

The “Future of Media” – Part 1, On Predicting

all — the air is changing, the leaves are browning and lighthearted summer follies retreat into sun-drenched memories. In many cultures and realms, this time of year is marked by repeat beginnings, such as a classroom and fresh notebooks, or

The “Future of Media” – Part 1, On Predicting

all — the air is changing, the leaves are browning and lighthearted summer follies retreat into sun-drenched memories. In many cultures and realms, this time of year is marked by repeat beginnings, such as a classroom and fresh notebooks, or

What Keeps Me Up at Night: A (somewhat embarrassing) Experiment in Customer Service and Idea Sharing

Most of us probably have moments, or seemingly eternal stretches of time, where work and the related anxieties prevent a proper sleep cycle. Recently, my new job is not anxiety-ridden at all, largely due to a fantastic team (including one

What Keeps Me Up at Night: A (somewhat embarrassing) Experiment in Customer Service and Idea Sharing

Most of us probably have moments, or seemingly eternal stretches of time, where work and the related anxieties prevent a proper sleep cycle. Recently, my new job is not anxiety-ridden at all, largely due to a fantastic team (including one