Tech: We Need to Start Being Feminists. Stat!
How are some of the brightest minds on the internet not seeing the harm in how we collectively perceive women, women in tech, women in our industry?
How is it funny to send nude photos of women to a prospective boss and get hired as a result?
How is it humorous to make jokes about “gangbang interviews” in a professional presentation?
How is this okay?
Convergence of technology, journalism and sports
Sheer erudition — and erudition of a very specific type — throws up large barriers to entry. Too often, newer, younger, and more casual sports fans “can sort of get to a certain point of enthusiasm before they hit the ‘stat wall’ where discussion of sports becomes pedantic and quantitative […]
Will the Real Tech Community Please Stand Up
Our world today is diluted. The lines have blurred. Everyone has bought into this concept of community – that everyone has something for everyone and we’re one big happy family. Specifically, the concept of the “technology community” which is a term that has come to mean anyone who has a […]
The Hidden Human Cost of Government Going Green
In the necessary push toward a greener nation, we are leaving some of our most valuable citizens behind. While I am all for “œgoing green” and the overall “œgreen technology” movement, I can’t help but notice that the way the government has chosen to go about doing it is disenfranchising […]
Cloud Computing Does Not Spell the End for Common Sense I.T. Management
Sometimes I think I might be the only one who retains commons sense. Really. At least in the area of I.T. Management. Though we had our share of growing pains at b5media, the knowledge gained from working in an enterprise environment at Northrop Grumman was only accentuated by my tenure […]
Getting Geeky on the Elite Tech News Show
For those of you with better things to do on a Sunday night (and let’s admit that is just about all of us), you probably missed the Elite Tech News show tonight. Mark “Rizzn” Hopkins from Mashable invited me on to be a guest panelist with Steve Hodson, Louis Gray […]
Long time readers of this blog probably have been aware of the consolidation of the niche that I’ve been covering here. In the very early days, the topics were all over the place. At some point, that seemed to consolidate down to mostly technology related conversations. There was a definite […]