29 Jul, 2014 – leave a comment
It boggles my mind that, in my neighborhood, we monitor our heart rate, order food (and it even shows up), spend money frivolously to unlock new levels on games, watch any kind of pornography we can imagine (and some we never would), and get news from anywhere on the planet – all (simultaneously if you’re good) on our phones, devices themselves that are nearly unexplainable.
Meanwhile, in another neighborhood around the globe, for reasons too complex to truly understand, some people struggle for food, resort to eating monkeys and bats, lack a modern understanding of disease altogether, and face one of the deadliest pathogens our species has yet encountered.
Economic inequality is something we talk a lot about these days in my country. Perhaps we should also be focused on the widening, nearly-incomprehensible, and potentially destructive educational inequality in the world, too.
If not for the sake of the other neighborhood, for the sake of our apps then.
23 Jul, 2014 – leave a comment
This blog is at a fork in the road, and you dear reader are as well.
If you want posts at the intersection of technology, marketing, organization design, culture, etc – you might want to read and subscribe to Responsive.org from now on. Also follow it on Twitter, Facebook, and GoodReads.
If you want posts that meander from topic to topic, mostly centered on me struggling to be a rounded (yet not rotund) human being, keep reading WhatConsumesMe.com and come back soon for fresh content.
That is all. You’ve officially been warned.
20 Apr, 2014 – leave a comment
With inaccurate reporting, salacious headlines, and rampant speculation, I decided to dig into what Nike’s departure from wearable hardware really means. Check it out.
08 Apr, 2014 – leave a comment
We just relaunched Undercurrent.com. Tell everyone.
31 Mar, 2014 – leave a comment
Readers, I’ve moved!
If you want to follow my thoughts, get thee to Responsive.org.
Our editorial mission is simple: find people across the globe that are struggling to change their organizations for the better and do everything we can to help them.
I might still post here from time to time, but it’s likely to become more personal.