Monthly Archives: January 2014

Davos – Divisions emerge over effect of digital disruption

The following article appeared in the Financial Times, here Davos – Divisions emerge over effect of digital disruption Sitting alongside his counterparts from Yahoo, AT&T, BT Group and Cisco Systems, Marc Benioff, chief executive of Salesforce.com, launched the World Economic … Continue reading

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35 Pictures That Prove The World Isn’t Such A Bad Place

This collection was posted in BuzzFeed, here 35 Pictures That Prove The World Isn’t Such A Bad Place Everything is NOT terrible. 1. This picture of a person leaving the other customers a little extra gift. Via littlewhitelion.com 2. And this … Continue reading

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Greek Living Postcards

I highly recommend the “Living Postcards” project by Iliada Evaggelia Kothra “Living Postcards” is a site about the things we like in Greece, the things that we want to share with you. We love this country. A lot. And we … Continue reading

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Two vastly similar different tales from the Eurozone crisis

At the beginning of the new year, it is intriguing to compare the tales of two very similar, and at the same time very different stories from the ongoing Eurozone crisis. The first one is the Irish experience, as it … Continue reading

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IBM says it will invest $1 billion in the computer system that won on Jeopardy! but has stumbled so far in the real world.

The following article appeared in MIT Technology Review, here Facing Doubters, IBM Expands Plans for Watson IBM says it will invest $1 billion in the computer system that won on Jeopardy! but has stumbled so far in the real world. … Continue reading

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Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There

The following article has been published in the New York Times here It also corresponds to many sections (for example, page 409) of my book Fateful Eyes Falluja’s Fall Stuns Marines Who Fought There Adam Banotai was a 21-year-old sergeant … Continue reading

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Dystopia in the Present

Originally posted on StreetWraith Press:
by: Lynn Perretta This week on Streetwraith DotNet, we are taking on dystopian fiction. While most dystopias focus on the future or other worlds, I wanted to highlight a work that explores some of the ideas…

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