In an impromptu press conference yesterday, Donald Trump made a number of amazing statements about the events in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend. Most amazing was his statement that there were “good people on both sides.” I disagree. No, there is [...]
The Messy Bullet Journal – Part 3 In our previous post, we reviewed the parts of the Bullet Journal – The Perfect System for Imperfect People. The key to success, though, is in the execution. To be a Bullet Journal [...]
How to Build Your BuJo Need to Get Organized? Is your life a series of missed appointments, late arrivals, forgotten deadlines, misplaced tasks, and multi-colored Post-It reminders growing around your computer screen like mold on cheese? You’ve tried calendars, whiteboards, [...]
The Blessings (and the Curse) of AI and Jobs Part 8 in the Robots and Jobs Series A recently broadcast episode of 60 Minutes about AI (artificial intelligence) showcased how IBM’s Watson computer is working with several Cancer Research hospitals [...]
Draining the Swamp is Hard When You Keep Batting the Hornets' Nests Up to now, I’ve avoided writing about politics on my blog. But what happened today is so amazing, I had to start. Rule Number 1 Today is June [...]
Robots and automation are taking over many jobs in the warehouse, malls, online, and your favorite stores. See where the jobs may be.
The History and Possible Future of Robots Part 2 in a Series on Jobs and Robots There are two vastly different views of a future working with robots. In the first view, robots will gain intelligence and replace workers (and, [...]