The History of the World (of Social Media), Part 1 – The Myth of Social Media

Focus can be a dangerous thing. Have you ever played golf? I do on occasion. It's generally not pretty. Whenever I get a golf club in my hands, even if it's just at a driving range, I face a battle. The battle is between trying to be mindful of how to swing a thin stick … Continue reading The History of the World (of Social Media), Part 1 – The Myth of Social Media

Let’s Not Forget What the Enemy Is

Technodiversity? Should that be a term? If it isn't, I think it should be. I believe in the future it will become as important a topic as biodiversity. Just as with the natural spaces, where biodiversity yields a healthier environment (more biomass, resistance to disease/pests, evolutionary progress), our cyberspace is dependent on technodiversity for dissemination of information, security, and further advances in technology.