It’s About the Outrage Game

So this is now how we do things in America… A lunatic goes into a school and kills fourteen students and three adults. The country is horrified. And rightfully so. A group of young articulate students from this tragedy emerge to protest the gun situation in this country and get backing from mostly undisclosed sources … Continue reading It’s About the Outrage Game

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My take on AR/VR for 2018. I need to know this because my startup depends on it.

On Facebook, Shel Israel, one of the leading thinkers on how digital affects the way we live, work, and play put forward the following question regarding what 2018 holds for augmented reality: What is your assessment of how AR changed in 2017? What is your prediction for AR and business in 2018? I thought about this … Continue reading My take on AR/VR for 2018. I need to know this because my startup depends on it.

Check Your Hatred at the Door

The statement itself wasn’t necessarily a big deal, but a couple of days ago I logged out of Facebook on my laptop and shut off the app on my phone. The reason: politics in this country has become a hate fest and not only on my newsfeed, but also on the comments on the posts … Continue reading Check Your Hatred at the Door

CNN poll means trouble for HRC

Disclosure: I can't stand either candidate. This ain't an endorsement. Prediction: Unless Trump has a major screw up of historic proportions, he will be the next president of the United States. He's got a lousy campaign apparatus - which is another thing that could do him in - but it also seems he has unshakable … Continue reading CNN poll means trouble for HRC

Innocence betrayed and the price children pay for our failure

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0tluet_HUs Has humanity lost its collective soul?  Did we ever have one to begin with? I posted the story of this little boy on Facebook last night.  His name is Omran Daqneesh.  He's five years old.  His home in Aleppo, Syria was bombed - presumably by the Assad regime.  Seeing his reaction completely got to me. … Continue reading Innocence betrayed and the price children pay for our failure

Book Review – Poking Lions

So I went and picked up this book.  Poking Lions.  Written by Keith Quincy.  It ended up being a suspense thriller that challenged my own sense of empathy while partially enraging me as to how we let certain lives go the way they do. The book continuously sucks you in, with you not knowing what … Continue reading Book Review – Poking Lions