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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took out full-page ads in several high-profile newspapers Sunday, March 25th   …including the UK’s The Observer, The Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express and Sunday Telegraph, along with American newspapers The New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.  Zuckerberg apologized for the “breach of trust”…

Ah, paper.  It’s been used for centuries.  But a lot of the documents created on paper?  Most of them didn’t last.  Paper is fragile.  Paper deteriorates. The Paper Conservation Department at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is responsible for the preservation of works of art for the Museum.  Works of art on paper such…

Singapore is a relatively small place—an island city-state just 30 miles across. Politically speaking, it has been governed by the same party for decades. Its geography and political stability have allowed Singapore to position itself for the future rather uniquely as the world’s first “Smart Nation.” This is a truly ambitious set of programs designed…

Think about the Olympics.  Athletes, fans, and media from around the globe gathered for the biggest sporting event in the world.  And it’s more than sports.  Rio 2016 is a showcase for the very best— including some of the most innovative and advanced technology ever seen on the planet.       Underwater Robots For…

There’s a new product out there that has risen remarkably from $4.6 billion in sales in 2014 to $5.4 billion in 2015. Those 2015 numbers mean legal medicinal and recreational sales of this product were higher than those of Girl Scout Cookies, Pringles, and Oreos combined. The size of the market is projected to grow…

Big technology changes in America’s perhaps most traditional business model September 15th, 1965:  Green Acres kicked off what would become a 6 year run on the CBS network.  Even though Green Acres was created by Jay Sommers as a companion series to his already existing Petticoat Junction, the new show wasn’t really like anything else on-air at the time.  Basically a fish-out-of-water…

Social observers know that even the threat of a hurricane can send dizzying throngs to the grocery and hardware stores. The shelves are emptied of water, cans of tuna, batteries, plywood and nails.  There is a run on gasoline as residents anywhere in the predicted ‘cone of potential impact’ fuel up each and every vehicle,…

Last month marked the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and the first steps by humans on the lunar surface:  July 20th, 1969. A lot of monumental change has occurred since this groundbreaking (lunar surface-breaking?) event, but sometimes the differences in times are best brought home by an examination of more mundane matters. …

Ride-sharing service Uber announced it was leaving Broward County at the end of July, 2015.  They cited the ‘onerous’ regulations put in place by the Broward County Board of Commissioners as the reason.  Response from consumers has been largely ‘thumbs down’ with tens of thousands of signatures already collected to support Uber in Broward. Why…

Paperless has been called a popular fad – but the reality is, many a government is taking it seriously. India, the UK, even the US has begun initiatives to move federal operations paperless. In 2012, Obama announced that federal agencies must be paperless by 2019.   A 7-year deadline sounds achievable for a single company – but…

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