Not So Personal
Tech, Pop-Culture and Marketing
Fifty-two weeks ago, we whacked an effigy filled with candy, then set it on fire. What do things look like one year later?
Our ability to make fire and control the darkness is what sets us apart from the rest of the animal kingdom. But pushing back the darkness is an expensive prospect. There are some cool things out there to banish the darkness.
On my company page, I posted a series of processes, policies and practices. When I was writing them, they felt somewhat harsh. Here's a decoding the hows and the whys.
My Personal Stuff
Americans would have gone to war on news that the Russkies messed with their election process. Nowadays, 65-millions of them cheer on their installed president. But the wall is coming down! We'll have to see how far this goes. The crest of fake news and damaging ads in our Facebook feeds may have had a heavy influence on swinging voters.