We spend too much time attacking imaginary enemies. This is especially true when it comes to the Internet and technology. Change comes so quickly, we find it difficult not to constantly try to predict it’s next move. And it’s the pace of change that’s driving the bulk of our behavior. It’s further complicated by the […]
Facebook Is Not The Internet, Nor Should It Be
I’m going to go ahead and draw a line in the sand. I love Facebook. I’ve been posting there since April 16, 2007. And I believe Facebook should be insanely profitable, but Facebook is not the internet, nor should it be. Chris Smith suggests this in a long status update on Facebook. “The Facebook I see […]
Waiting For The Killer Email App
I love infographics. The infographic below is not the best I’ve ever seen. It did, however, make me stop and think for a moment, so it accomplished its mission. As I was looking at all the numbers associated with the activities happening in 60 seconds on the Internet, one of the numbers stuck out. It […]
My Father’s Day Wish
For a long time, I’ve tried hard to make Sundays an internet-free day. In truth, I have no idea how long it’s been since my wife, Rocky, first asked if I’d turn off the internet and social media access and disconnect from the online world to use Sunday as a day to focus on the […]
Have We Really Lost Control?
I’m going to spend the first week of the new year away from this beast, hike, workout, disconnect, and see if I can’t find a way to moderation.