I’ve written about this a good amount in the past, but am fascinated by the evolution of cable in the US. Truth be told, I’m always curious about all things sociology and understanding why and how people consume information. As Annie Dillard put it so eloquently: how we spend our days is, of course, how [...]
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Today NBA.com sent me an email saying happy birthday. Out of all the sites I’ve given my information, NBA.com is probably one of the least engaging. Unfortunately, their customer service was terrible when I called in to cancel service due to blackouts. However, the fact that they sent me an email saying happy birthday actually [...]
My iPad recently updated with a new keyboard which contains tens of emoji. More and more, you see emoji used in place of text, much in the way that emoticons were used in place of text in the last few decades. This seems like a logical next step, but it does open up questions about [...]
For the last two years, my primary entertainment source has been gaming. I’m a casual. I’ve got some friends that are more core. I don’t know a lot of hardcore gamers. Television, outside of sports, isn’t all that interesting to me in the traditional sense–however Teresa and I will binge on good series such as [...]
In the past decade of exponential human change, we’ve seen the internet consolidate and disperse the vast majority of human knowledge on a scale previously unbeknownst as a possibility. How we found and shared information has been irrevocably altered, for the better IMO.
The changes are everywhere. Everything you do and use now is getting closer [...]
Yesterday, Fred Wilson had an interesting post on some 2015 predictions. I’ve read his blog for many years and he is always offering interesting thoughts on software, engineering, venture capital and tech as a whole.
He wrote a few things of interest to me yesterday. Here is the article quote:
6/ Capital markets will be a mixed [...]
It’s been happening for over a decade. Sites of all kinds want you to have a password for their content, or your account.
At home, I have many passwords for many sites. Most of them I don’t remember because my browser does the work for me.
At work, I have far more. I happen to work in [...]
Anyone engaged in social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and similar orgs already have a huge portion of their lives online. Anyone using a phone that has a GPS can be tracked physically, probably most anywhere on the planet. Anyone, like myself, that blogs and puts opinions on the internet can be seriously reviewed and [...]
Sometime in the last few months, a change has happened.
I have an iMac downstairs in my house with an office chair. In the past few years this has been the area where I went for home computing. My needs for computing are pretty sparse, browsing the internet and using some social networking, blogging and a [...]
As the year winds down, two reports I read recently were Mary Meeker’s latest look at the web and Henry Blodget’s (et. al) break down of the digital economy.
Both of value if you are looking forward to where new media and content consumption are going. They will take some time to get through, but are [...]