Steve Jobs Forecasts the Future of the Web

I recently watched a video called “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview,” which has some never-before-seen footage of an interview with Steve Jobs from 1995. I must say, I have watched dozens, or maybe hundreds of hours of Steve Jobs’ talks, keynote presentations, interviews, and more, and I think this one stands out among many as what may be the most valuable. Continue reading “Steve Jobs Forecasts the Future of the Web”

My Trip in a Hot Air Balloon: A Modern Trip In An Ancient Vehicle

This past Labor Day weekend, a big event took place in Colorado Springs that drew hundreds of people from all over the country, and even a few people from outside the country—the Colorado Balloon Classic. The Balloon Classic is an annual hot air balloon festival that just celebrated its 36th year and is the longest continuously-running hot air balloon festival in Colorado.

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Is Google Evil?

This week, The Guardian put out a scathing report on Google’s business practices, called “Google’s problem is that it now believes itself above others – even governments.” That descriptive title explains what it’s all about—the recent controversy over the data-collecting practices of Google Street View. Long story short, the FCC is investigating how Google illegally collected private data from homes and businesses over unsecured wireless networks when driving around the globe in their little cars with cameras on top (the “street view cars”).

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