Everyone has the "tech guy/gal" in their family or group of friends that they refer to when they hear something on television or read an article about a computer-related topic, and want to understand it better. Apparently, in my social circle, I am the go-to guy for these inquiries and so when the topic of … Continue reading On Net Neutrality, Why You Should Care and What You Can Do.
Hey citizens of the Internet, we need to talk. It occurs to me, as of late, that there are a lot of issues in the U.S. and around the world that folks don't understand properly. As a result of this most recent election and the discourse around it, I'm taking some time to fill you … Continue reading The Future of Work (and why immigrants taking your job is the least of your worries)
One thing that I have strived for in my adulthood is continuing my education, even outside a formal learning environment. If I were to give a piece of advice to those entering the workforce now, it would be to get into the habit of gaining new skills and knowledge via whatever channels work best for … Continue reading Lifelong Learning
Recently I was fortunate enough to be invited to talk about Mycroft, bots, and A.I. on the last episode of Coder Radio. The conversation between Michael, Chris, and I was great - and I found it invigorating to talk about the future of artificial intelligence, and how that will shape our interactions with our devices … Continue reading Bot (R)evolution
For those of you who have been following me for a while may have noticed that as of late I've been quite busy promoting a project of mine. Not to "toot my own horn", but my efforts appear to have been quite successful. The project I'm talking about is, as you may have guessed from … Continue reading The Exciting Tale of Mycroft