The fifth episode of the Inside Weekly Trends podcast dropped on Friday. Surprise: The Elon Musk Twitter saga entered a new phase, and it may be in yet another one by next weekend. Listen to the full episode and you’ll hear an interview with Inside Transportation‘s Nicolas Saravia about approaches to greenfication in the airline … Read moreTalking Elon Musk’s Twitter move and greenification in transportation
Here’s a quick recap of first quarter of 2022: The new social news experience I mentioned previously launched last week, and is now up and running on Inside.com. We didn’t stop there, though. Gathering insights from the new social site, Inside.com’s daily newsletters, and the weekly virtual events, we launched a new podcast to highlight … Read moreWe launched a social network and podcast
The end of 2021 may look much like the end of 2020 in many ways for a lot of us. The world kept moving forward, though, this year — adapting to the pandemic, grappling with unprecedented supply chain issues, and keeping the old guard of the financial world guessing about the future of blockchain technology … Read moreEnd of 2021 signal check
In the latest episode of the Bistrocast podcast, I spoke with my colleague James Li about how responsible design can shape the future of virtual immersive technologies such as augmented and virtual reality. It was fun conversation, full of use cases such as education, healthcare, and gaming. Please enjoy!
The second Bistrocast episode of 2021 was all about understanding what trust means when businesses turn to blockchain solutions. It features John Eisenman and George Livingston, and the conversation touches on sustainability questions, as well as nuances and common misunderstandings that are worth considering. You can listen to it here.
The Bistrocast returned in March with its first episode of 2021. In it, I spoke with Will Barkis about about the pre-existing and emerging challenges cities have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic and how perspectives on smart cities technologies may have changed along the way. We covered a lot of ground, and it’s worth your … Read morePodcast episode on cities and smart ecosystems
Heading out of a historically bad year for much of the Earth, it’s hard not to view 2021 through the lens of uncertainty. After all, the COVID-19 vaccines are only just now rolling out, key metrics are still trending up, and here in California there’s no reason to believe deadly forest fires (and perhaps orange … Read more2021 hopes and predictions
The orange sky over the San Francisco Bay Area September 9 was something that no one who saw it will soon forget. It was a day where it never truly felt as if the sun had come up. Everything just kind of glowed in an alien form of twilight. So why the glow from Mountain … Read moreHow San Francisco’s sky turned orange
CEOs at Facebook, Twitter, and Google have all outlined their expectations for the future of remote work at their companies. Their assumptions and policies have implications for where we’ll all be doing our jobs a decade from now, but I wonder if we’re asking the right questions. I summed up what I think we should … Read moreOn Medium: Is remote work what we should be emphasizing?