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Passion without a harness

иконографияikoniWe hear and read all the time about how we have to be passionate about what we do and, yes, we do. It’s hard to generate enthusiasm in others if we don’t feel passion and it is also hard to … Continue reading

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Nothing is secure; no one is anonymous

No matter how sophisticated technology is, it always has one big hurtle it can’t overcome: us. How we use something — how we behave — will always condition technology, either by how it is designed or how it is used. … Continue reading

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In praise of disinformation

Worries about storing data and what corporations and governments know or can learn about us have been alive a long time in the world of digital devices. Currently, it’s a concern about smartphones, location tracking and, most recently, what Apple … Continue reading

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The problem with content

Content has a problem and it is easily stated: I have no interest in it. I don’t believe many do and, of those who are interested in it, they aren’t interested in content but in what it can do for … Continue reading

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People and stories — Part 1

Yesterday I wrote that, “A story is people involved in events told by people to people.” I then asked why some stories are interesting and others dull. I suspect the answer to that has to do with that word “people.” … Continue reading

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