Web browsing history

The history of what I have looked at in my web browser should be a feature I like. I know I read something this weekend about work ever expanding to fill the time. Even as efficiencies make things easier, there are places where waste balloons to make people work more than they really need. I… Continue reading Web browsing history

March of the Machines (Automation)

Saw a tweet about and interesting piece in ABC News Australia Digital disruption: How science and the human touch can help employees resist the march of the machines. Basically, many jobs are going away due to automation. W.I.R.E.D. has a similar story: Robots Will Steal Our Jobs, But They’ll Give Us New Ones. One of the long… Continue reading March of the Machines (Automation)

TED Talk: The dangers of “willful blindness”

… a term used in law to describe a situation in which a person seeks to avoid civil or criminal liability for a wrongful act by intentionally putting him or herself in a position where he or she will be unaware of facts that would render him or her liable. (Wikipedia) Another Margaret Heffernan TED… Continue reading TED Talk: The dangers of “willful blindness”

Emergency Alerts

Earlier there was some kind of emergency alert pushed out to mobile phones by the state. The current and prior phones are capable of getting presidential and imminent threat emergencies plus Amber alerts. I never know what they are about because in the freak out about Why In The HELL IS MY PHONE DOING THIS?!?!?! the… Continue reading Emergency Alerts