It all began on “the front page of the Internet” – Reddit – when a bored technologist decided to place Nic Cage’s face on familiar film moments; taking Harrison Ford’s place in Raiders of the Lost Ark, once in Game of Thrones, and potentially as every character in Lord of the Rings. It was a… Continue reading FakeApp is the national threat you’ve never heard of, but will soon see everywhere
Imagine if everyone you’ve ever known, worked with, or related to gave you complete and honest feedback. Sounds like a futile gesture that would do more harm than good, right? Well, it turns out that it could be a key to running a wildly successful business.Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund,… Continue reading AI will excel at hiring without ever reading your resume
Every day we’re inundated with bleak Future of Work headlines. Robots to replace [insert job title]. The software will demolish [insert another job title]. What we tend to overlook, though, is the widespread safety net that has crept under us in the last five years: The Gig Economy. The Wall Street Journal dropped a staggering… Continue reading Almost 1% of U.S. households are earning income on Uber, Lyft, and other ride-sharing apps
Social media has been the pedestal to propel our ambitions forward, it hasn’t come without its setbacks as well. The alarming rate at which we can share content online has spawned what seems like an endless batch of cookie-cutter creators. Myspace birthed SouljaBoy, Facebook produced Humans of New York, YouTube gave space to Marques Brownlee,… Continue reading Why Facebook’s next competitor will pay you to post
In light of the NFL season opener tomorrow night, I thought it’d be interesting to ponder technology’s role in football. Not today. In 2028. Historically, the NFL is slow to adopt tech. They banned in-helmet microphones for 40 years. And even now, it comes with a slew of rules. The NFL is slow to adopt… Continue reading Will Big Data create an entirely new NFL?