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Jet Packs To The Rescue!

Imagine this scenario: you're out hiking in the British mountains, maybe in Wales (by the famous Brekin Beacons) or the famous Lake District, when you trip, fall, and injure your leg. You're unable to walk another step. You pull out your phone and place a call to the authorities, but you're a good hours hike … Continue reading Jet Packs To The Rescue!

Friday Dose of Good News

Finishing the week strong with a round-up of some of the best news from primarily the tech area. It's Friday, and time to take a look at a bit of good news from the past week. Let's go. The future is coming, and it may just save us all. California puts deadline on ICE carsThe … Continue reading Friday Dose of Good News

A Battery (Day) of New Announcements

If I was the CEO of a traditional car manufacturer, and didn't already have a solid investment in an EV strategy, I'd be calling for an emergency management meeting about now. Tesla's annual battery day was upon us this week, delayed from the spring due to the COVID-19 restrictions. And interestingly, I'm seeing as many … Continue reading A Battery (Day) of New Announcements

What Comes After The Lab?

Innovation labs are changing, and some are shuttering their doors. What comes next? There was a time, about 2 years ago, when everyone wanted an innovation lab. It was the shibboleth of legacy companies who wanted to join the cool, creative world of Silicon Valley-inspired startup culture. Now, I'm seeing a lot of these labs … Continue reading What Comes After The Lab?

Work is a verb, not a noun

For more and more roles in workplace, work is something you do, not somewhere you are. I've been a big fan of work location (and time) flexibility. I've always found that different places inspire different kinds of work. And while a good work environment at the office is important to me, as are good colleagues, … Continue reading Work is a verb, not a noun

Boots On The Stairs

Why We Must Expect It To Happen Here In every part of the world, cybersecurity, data privacy, and digital ethics are very much on the agenda. I’ve noticed that it is a discussion with three main counterpoints, and a plethora of standpoints in between. First, there’s what I call the privacy first approach. Proponents of … Continue reading Boots On The Stairs