3 Lessons from Breaking Bad for News Execs
Breaking Bad: 3 Lessons for News Exec “You’re right, I did lose a million dollars last year. I expect to lose a million dollars this year. I expect to lose … Continue reading
We campaign in poetry and govern in prose. The colorful poetry of campaigning garners timeless admiration; the ho-hum prose of governing guarantees frequent perspiration. Therefore, our hearts and minds are … Continue reading
Gender blindspots on Wikipedia?
As a student of Harvard Business School, I have chosen to evaluate its Wikipedia’s entry. Below is an honest assessment. Neutrality and Completeness I find this entry surprising brief – … Continue reading
The Internet: A Mixed Blessing for Democracy?
Is the Internet a godsend for democratic societies? My previous blog posts talk about the kind of social change, to varying extents, that Internet activism has unleashed in recent … Continue reading
Sometimes Necessary, Never Sufficient
In my previous blog post, I examined Clay Shirky’s premise about digital activism: when technology changes the way we communicate, we also change society. I hinted that an important question … Continue reading
As Far As Groundswell Goes
The groundswell is swelling, but is the promise of change as promising? For millennia, we have relied on traditional institutions to make decisions about resource allocation. Institutions such as … Continue reading
A universal law
Technology is enabling us with longer and longer levers. If we can find the right pivoting point, then all of us can move the world toward a better place.