A Comparison Of Industrial, Technological And Human Revolutions

Moore’s Law Never (Quite) Predicted This When one looks upon the technology and culture of today, it is easy to classify our moment in history as remarkably advanced. We live in the post-smartphone era. Prior to the iPhone, we had Blackberry and flip-phones capable of taking pictures and sending and receiving¬†emails. But chat rooms and online shopping, and substantive email sends, required an actual computer.¬†Since 2007, with the introduction of the first iPhone, a sea…

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Time Flies, Then You Pivot

The Word And The Lexicon Braden Pollock, of Legal Brand Marketing, is said to be fond of the term, “pivot.” At least, I was provided this morsel of knowledge by one of his business partners, James Wester, of Domain Graffiti, during an interview in 2014. Like so many words of our contemporary lexicon, there is a traditional, dictionary definition, and there is a definition assigned by contextual zealotry. It matters little the source of the…

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Thanks For The Memories; Here Comes Tomorrow

The End Is The Beginning Once More For the first time in decades, the sun arose this morning on a heap of rubble where once stood a welcoming vacation destination. The Howard Johnson’s in Fort Lauderdale is gone, and its towering presence is now a mound of memories for those who had once visited here. What amazing and interesting things happened through the years? What joys and sorrows were known to visitors and staff? What…

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