On Leaving ClassB

With a heavy heart and after much reflection, today marks my last day with ClassB. The last few years have seen an incredible amount of growth and new, exciting challenges for the company. I’ve been deeply involved in all aspects of the organization, always working towards growing ClassB to be a market leader in the […]

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Driving Towards a Driverless Economy

I’ve recently been having many conversations with friends about Google’s driverless car and the broad implications it has for the economy and our culture. We’ve been imagining and inventing autonomous vehicles since the 1980s. So, before this post gets too serious, let’s take a quick trip through our culture’s imaginings regarding this technology. Imagining the […]

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This is long overdue.

I’ve made some additions to my /etc/hosts file: 66.135.33.106 gizmodo.com 66.135.33.106 experts-exchange.com 66.135.33.106 techcrunch.com I already avoid reading these sites since I dislike their business practices. But search engines I use and people I know keep linking to these sites despite my opinions. ;) When I click those links without realizing the destination, I twinge […]

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