This morning a friend shared an article about declining numbers for the hit-app Clubhouse. Everybody loves to hate a winner, so I think we’ll see plenty…
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With the popularity of The Queen’s Gambit, chess has had a revival. I’ve even been watching the Garry Kasparov MasterClass on chess, despite the fact…
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The COVID-19 pandemic has felt like the time of my life when morality has been most obviously part of my day to day choices. I took some philosophy…
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Philosophers have debated free speech for thousands of years, and that freedom of expression is one of the foundational principles of modern liberal…
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Today I hosted a workshop on innovation in a distributed work environment. A little more than a year ago, it might have been “innovation in a remote…
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It’s been a long time since I’ve logged in to Facebook. In fact, I haven’t ever done it on the computer I’m using today, which I purchased sometime last…
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People who would have been writing blogs a decade ago seem to be making YouTube channels these days. Justin Kan of Twitch is a relatively new example…
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A while ago someone (unfortunately I forget who it was!) gave an example for how problems look different when you’re operating at different scales. It’s…
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Sometimes I think that companies chase innovation for the sake of innovation, or because everyone else is doing it, and that thoughtlessness shows up in…
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A friend forwarded me an article in TechCrunch announcing that Grip, a startup focused on AI-powered networking for virtual events, just raised $13…
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I am on the board of the Hydrocephalus Association, which is a national medical nonprofit organization. Every year board members fill out a form where…
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