Category Archives: Technology Management

The Bots the Thing

Alexis Madrigal’s article yesterday,┬áThat time 2 Bots were Talking, and Bank of America Butted In, got me to thinking about operations in the Network Age. As bots become more “life like” and are integrated into the various and sundry aspects … Continue reading

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A holistic approach to cyber security

One of the interesting things I have observed in the development of personal computing, the development of the Internet, and the rise of our technologically connected world, is the change in our language. Particularly the written, now mostly typed, word. … Continue reading

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On Leadership

Of late, I’ve been in discussions about leadership. Are leaders born or made? Has technology changed the skills needed for good leadership? What I’ve learned about leadership has come from a long, winding, and sometimes torturous road. Leadership is about … Continue reading

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SOPA, PIPA and solving the wrong problem

I still don’t understand all I know about the U.S. House of Representatives’ “Stop Online Piracy Act” and the U.S. Senate’s equivalent “Protect IP Act” as they’ve been called. I know they did what many hackers have not been able … Continue reading

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