Tesla recently announced they would soon have cars with 400+ mile range. And the reactions quickly came in from the internet that "while that's great people don't actually need it". But that got me thinking about all the ways that analysis is wrong. You not only need 400-mile range, but you probably would use 1000miles …
GI Joe may have told you that knowing was half the battle. In consulting it is more like 10% of the battle. With consulting knowing the right answer to a problem is not enough
I have tried throughout my career to be a problem solver. But I have learned that there are many barriers to being a good problem solver. Over the course of those years, I have developed a quick list of stages to tell where you are with one of your problems you are trying to solve. …
If we want to break the cycle of increasingly frequent US government shutdowns, we need to change some of the rules. Here is my take on some changes that have to be part of any plan to re-open the Government.
Blockchain theorists are adamant and insistent on many features of the requirements for something to be true blockchain. Several of them are totally wrong. At least they are wrong if you want humans to use them.
Blockchain has a ton of hype, but even the crazy hype might be underselling it. Here is why.
Facebook does not pay its authors. Neither does Twitter. Neither does Google. But that also means they cannot fire them when they produce shitty content. And that is a huge problem. In a previous post, I outlined some of the issues with the original model of the free and open internet. Today I want to …
Is there a worse way to allocate seats in congress than the census?
It strikes me recently how many of the Artists and Storytellers I grew up on are no longer telling new stories.
It struck me as I read a string of recent news that there is a weird reversal of roles going on in the US today. Businesses more and more are stepping in to do the job of government.