Tag: internet

Cold War

A Pacific war, sparked by Taiwan, would be a bloody cataclysm, and no one would be well served by it. Australia doesn’t have to choose. On Sep 16th, 2021 Australia effectively chose. Following years of sharply deteriorating relations… Read More

Politics

Biden is unlikely to overreach in the Middle East. But as Kissinger could tell him, it would also be a mistake for him to turn his back on it. That KJU (Kim Jong Un) was not present is… Read More

Finance

No one wants to test the strength of the debt ceiling. The brinkmanship is the kind of dance that no sane person would perform on the edge of a real cliff.  Digital currencies and stablecoins have the potential to… Read More

Art

Je kunt zeggen dat het werk van Vincent van Gogh juist geliefd is omdat hij zijn eigen kwetsbaarheid omzette in kracht. CryptoPunks have gained huge admiration as early players in the NFT space, helping pioneer the kind of… Read More

Internet of Things

Bots that can perform a growing number of often tedious and time-consuming tasks in an increasingly online business world. Speed tests are useful to remote workers who might need to figure out whether a poor connection is due… Read More

Opportunity

Today is a time of incredible risk, and taking the path of least resistance could have existential consequences. But it is also – for the first time in a long time – a moment of real opportunity. A… Read More

Travel

Migration in the future will be subject to the push of climate change and the pull of rich and aging countries. The West and East Asia that will desperately need younger workers from abroad. Nearly 18 months into… Read More

Africa

Morocco leads the African continent in the total number of vaccinated individuals. The tripledemic: the Covid-19 pandemic, misinformation, and vaccine inequity. It is an urgent, vital necessity to increase vaccine supply to Africa as the delta variant begins to take… Read More

Tech

The future of HR leadership, geo-neutral pay and possible relocation pay cuts. Today’s tech executives are often as easily tripped up by grandstanding politicians as were their auto-executive forebears. Lessons for Big Tech from Ralph Nader. NFT’s, digitale… Read More

Hacks

Before Covid-19, we ran our life 50/50 between the physical and cyber worlds. During the pandemic, it became 90/10. Now it is about 80/20. Cyber threats are becoming more important. Meetings between American presidents and Soviet or Russian… Read More

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