I saw an article come through my feeds earlier (http://www.businessinsider.com/useful-tech-accessories-2017-5/), and was confused by its apparent complete obliviousness of anything outside of the Apple ecosystem. Most of the list was really only useful if you use Macs, and the article didn’t even mention that, for the majority of us on PCs (something like 90%), 4 of the 5 items listed won’t work, or won’t work well. So, for the majority of us who don’t use Macs, or don’t use them exclusively, here’s my alternate list: Continue reading “5 Tech Accessories I Recommend Buying Multiple Of”
This is something I’ve been saying for a while. I can’t remember exactly when I coined it, but it was quite a few years ago. So why do I say this, and what are the ramifications?
In the next 30-50 years, 95% of the jobs that exist today will no longer exist.
That’s my estimation, but it’s consistent with a growing number of futurists and even general business leaders . Why? Continue reading “The Automation Age, or Why your job won’t exist within the next 30-50 years.”
Short answer: We’ve seen it before; Apple is Jobs, and without him, it runs aground.
Long(er) answer: Continue reading “Why I keep saying Apple is falling.”
How many times have you heard the phrase “it’s just business”? It’s always intended to mean that emotions aren’t involved, and the person saying it is simply following pure logic and what makes the most sense. When was the last time you heard it? When was the last time it was used in a way that didn’t hurt someone? Continue reading “It’s never just business”
Came across this recently, and am really liking what I’m seeing. It’s a way to consistently and provably build a tight, fast, and efficient customer feedback loop that directly affects your bottom line, both short-term and long. It also ties in directly with Product Market Fit (PMF).
I’ve overhauled the site, mainly switching to WordPress because it does most of the stuff I need anyway. I’ll be posting here with my thoughts and news and such.