Thus far, 2019 has been almost a thrill-a-minute hackey hack hack fest. How should our boundaries shift? (8 mins)
Today’s high technology surfers probably won’t cross paths with the next billion surfers though both will contribute almost equally to the profits of retailers.
The Internet has pieces. One piece is the world wide web. The www is broken because we’re broken. If we’re going to fix it, we’ve got to fix ourselves too. Fixing it means knowing what’s wrong in the first place. It’s just a howling mess…
The news roll was hefty with privacy talk both for and against us. It’s a busy world right now and where privacy doesn’t exist the way it should, defenders are vigilant. And then there’s the privacy some wish they had, presidentially. Not something we’ll dwell on – there’s lots to pick up on and the time is right to know what’s happening all around our heads, behind our backs and what tools are adapting to be at our disposal.
He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind… Free Speech. Today, everyone it seems is judging others to have failed the acid test of free speech online, in person, at rallies and in life. Vitriol – we’ve mentioned that before at the cafe, but it seems increasingly so to be in more and more places around the United States. We have a piety problem; unthinking conventional reverence that we and like-minded brothers and sisters are in the right. And it’s all going wrong very quickly.