The Inescapable Now

It’s looking more and more like a William Gibson or Neal Stephenson novel out there. Governments suing companies to open up security features, a new documentary looking into how our world is wrapped in hackable code, sprinkled in some drones strikes decided by big data and it’s straight armageddon out here right now. Alex Gibney…

Not Good For The City

I check out various podcasts while on long runs. From The Audible on FoxSports to NPR’s Fresh Air. One I pop on regularly is The Brookings Institute Cafeteria podcast. They had Smith College Economics Professor Andrew Zimbalist on recently. He has written well over a dozen books on sports and money. His most recent (which…

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

I Miss Some Things

I spent a few days with old co-workers in Dallas. It was a good time, with some great people and good laughs. But I am not back. I had to answer that question a few times. It was flattering to be asked but it also makes you wonder a little. While I do not miss…