What could drug prices learn from the Big Mac Index? The value of transparency…Read More Drug prices and Big Macs
Companies don’t treat us the same in the digital world as they do in the physical world. Hear how Domino’s pizza app strayed into the intrusive when all I wanted was a pizza.Read More When pizza gets digital wrong
Watching the AliveCor – Apple Watch discussion over ECG monitoring caused me to question, how do you know if you are developing a product or a feature? Should something be a standalone item (product) as AliveCor envisioned ECG being? Or is it just a feature of a larger platform as the AppleWatch is trying to […]Read More Is it a Product or a Feature?
My thoughts on the risks when technology middlemen step between producers and consumers.Read More When your product becomes someone else’s service
Amazon’s Alexa Fire TV Cube is far more than meets the eye — it will become a key component Amazon’s advertising platform.Read More Alexa Fire TV Cube – the start of internet’s next ad platform
I really enjoyed Bryon Reese’s book about robotics and artificial intelligence as it provided a framework for me to draw my own conclusions on how man would interact with machines in the future. Here is a summary of the book and my takeaways.Read More Review of The Fourth Age by Byron Reese
Quantum computing will help us answer questions classic computing cannot. Furthermore Quantum computers will address an unmet market in the cloud computing space. Only a few companies, ones with deep skills in complex physics and material science, are currently positioned to build Quantum computers. Here are my thoughts on these topics…Read More Quantum Computing