It is an idea who’s time has come: a mobile app which helps you get a fast quote for moving, and then helps arrange all the other details. If you think about, we will all be moving this way in the future. Continue reading
When I look over all the books I read last year, one stands out as having reformed my world view more than any other: “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power” by Shoshanna Zuboff. Continue reading
Here is a message from my friend, Robert Gilman, about participating with us on an open source platform for supporting a sociocratic organization. It is the most interesting thing I have been involved in for years. Continue reading
Google assumes that if you make a link to a site, then that is a worthwhile link to remember. Your link is a “vote” in increasing the popularity of that page in the search results. When a page contains false or misleading information, you don’t want to make that page easier to find. That is where DoNotLink comes in. Continue reading
I was approached a few months ago by a group wondering what kinds of collaborative software might exist to support something called Sociocracy. That was the impetus of my latest journey into the world of organizing on democratic principles. Continue reading
Yes, it is a negative statement, but in uttering it, you desensitize the team to a harmful fear of failure.
I am responding today to an article in The Globe and Mail titled “‘Fail fast, fail often’ may be the stupidest business mantra of all time.” Continue reading
Ed Snowdon spoke yesterday at the SXSW conference on the importance of using encryption to keep the data the runs our businesses (and personal life) safe. I refresh the call to eliminate the scary warning that browsers give when using a self-signed encryption key. It does not make anyone safer, and stands in the way of regular usage of HTTPS. Continue reading