Outside The Comfort Zone

Nate Boyer is a baller. Volunteering in Africa, Green Beret, walk on at Texas and now trying to make it in the NFL as a long snapper for the Seattle Seahawks. The definition of a baller. He recently wrote an article for Monday Morning QB which was something outside of his comfort zone. Something he thinks…

The Do’s & Don’ts

By Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard Over the last few months I have become a connoisseur of sorts of customer service. For a while I was on the receiving end which I admit is not all that fun (mainly because it was about not failing as opposed to being proactive) and more recently I have been on…

Madness of Descent

Sometimes you come across a kick ass piece of content. From the story itself to the way it’s laid out. This is one of those pieces of content. It’s done by a the Wall Street Journal’s Joshua Robinson (@joshrobinson23). Cool story, cool layout and all around great execution. Enjoy! The Madness of Descent

When The Water Runs Dry

Water is becoming a big issue. In fact it has been an issue for a lot of years. In fact the US Defense Department (DoD) is concerned about. In fact the in the 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review it states: ‘Competition for resources, including energy and water, will worsen tensions in the coming years and could…

Paging Isaac Asimov

The 3 laws of robotics are: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. A robot must protect its own existence as long as…

Cyberwarfare

Since the attack on Sony, cyber attacks have gotten a lot more attention. Wealthy, powerful people do not like it when their emails and other information make it out onto the web without their permission and therefore there is more coverage on the subject. The Pacific Standard did a great article earlier this year about…

Look Up.

Neil deGrasse Tyson is kind of a big deal. He is even getting his own talk show on the National Geographic Channel next month. He provides us wonder, humor, and an insight into the world that most of us just pass over on a daily basis. If you missed him or want to know more…