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Media is everywhere. Literally. Everywhere. It’s a tricky thing. Teachers will passionately tell us that this is the Holy Grail, the Million Dollar Question: How can we teach kids to be discriminating about information so that they grow up to be sophisticated, discerning and informed grown-ups? Imagine this for some context: If we’d only just discovered that the Earth is round, there’s still a bazillion websites out there claiming it’s flat.
We technologists are to blame for the death of Cyber Security. We are largely responsible for the havoc of Cyber Crime that’s impacted our privacy and overall ability to use the internet safely. Not directly but indirectly.
My lists don’t always look like lists in the traditional sense but they accomplish some important objectives.
I am engaged in guiding groups of colleagues and clients, C-level execs, designers, creatives and engineers, developers and account managers, through the tough process of understanding how their business uses technology. Specifically, in what ways those uses put the business at risk of cybersecurity events that can impact the business, its people and the relationships […]
Skrillex releases a groovy, un-Skrillex-ish tune
Attitude is indeed – everything
Since becoming a grown-up, there are many things about childhood I remember fondly. One thing I was happy to forget about forever was allergies. For several years during my early life, growing up in mostly in Colorado and Michigan, I had the pleasure of getting allergy shots each week, rotating arms because it took about […]
I wrote about this on my professional blog the other day but sometimes it makes sense to cross-post as some of my more technically-minded pals and colleagues read stuff here. Hopefully, this sort of thing will be helpful to someone at the right time when they need it the most. If your the intrepid type, […]
No, his mind is not for rent
To any God or government
When I chose to forego college there were a lot of the kinds of reactions one might expect.