Here is a quick idea how we can solve this (Facebook) data crisis: About a year ago Jason Calacanis engaged in a discussion trying to predict the next crisis on his podcast “This Week in Startups” and was very accurate when he claimed it would involve the misuse of data. I believe it has already … Continue reading Could This be the Solution to (Facebook’s) Data Problems?
If you find yourself in an outrage over the reversal of net neutrality regulations, you may be a victim of biased and exaggerated journalism. The world is not ending and the internet is not over. The Context Ajit Pai, Director of the Federal Communications Commission has made clear the stance they will take on regulation … Continue reading A Response to Open Internet Regulation – Net Neutrality
“As a medium of exchange, bitcoin offers several unique innovations to currency: global nature, infinite divisibility, and easy to carry” stated Edmund Moy, former director of the United States Mint. “It will be a disruptor to the traditional notions of currency. In the end, currency will be better for it” he calimed. Bitcoin is the … Continue reading Bitcoin, Blockchain, and Bubbles.
On January 23, 2017 the United States withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP for short. The TPP was a contractual agreement set up between the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries allowing for a more free flow of goods between designated countries. Likewise, it is not uncommon to hear the word ‘NAFTA’ … Continue reading NAFTA, The TPP, and 13 of Their Friends
If Puerto Rico was in bad shape, it would be in a much better place than where it is now. Due to poor budgeting, lack of restraint, and utter negligence, Puerto Rico has collapsed into a mess that seems unimaginable. This is not the optimistic story of Puerto Rico’s recovery though, but a glimpse into … Continue reading How the Debt Crisis in Puerto Rico Impacts the Future of the United States