Stan Horaczek Technology Welcome back, Ektachrome! Paul Simon never wrote a song about Kodak Ektachrome, so you’ve probably never heard of it. But you have seen pictures shot on the film: The astronauts
The most successful people often are serious about self-improvement, which can come in the form of a good book. Here are two dozen excellent reads, recommended by founders, executives, and other high 1.
Human beings evolved to move. Our bodies, including our brains, were fine-tuned for endurance activities over millennia of stalking and chasing down prey. “We’ve engineered that out of our lives now,”
After what felt like endless years of school, I can imagine it's tough to force yourself to sit down and learn more things. Without the assistance of a scary-looking teacher peeking over your shoulder,
But you can only get the kit with the latest issue of MagPi magazine. If you've ever wanted to have a conversation with your own tiny home-made computer, then your prayers have just been answered. Raspberry
Mindmaps and mindmapping software are awesome! Yesterday, I finished creating two new keynote talks, each over 60 slides. Going from idea to complete deck used to mean complicated struggling between paper,
As emotive, verbal AI colonizes our world, “user-friendly” doesn’t mean what it once did. There’s a new sub-genre of ghost stories out there today–one where the antagonist isn’t quite human. You can find
Uber is launching a free tool that will allow anyone to view auto traffic patterns and analyze travel times based on customizable routes and time periods. The tool, called Uber Movement, extrapolates trends
The open-source Digital Music Lab aims to fill a hole in the Big Data frontier. While still a vast field, a huge part of machine learning exists for what may seem to be a relatively narrow subset of problems.
In a major speech on Wednesday at the State Department, Secretary of State John Kerry issued a strong rebuke to Israel for its ongoing support of settlement expansion in the occupied West Bank. To understand
You might wonder, at some point today, what’s going on in another person’s mind. You may compliment someone’s great mind, or say they are out of their mind. You may even try to expand or free your own
Confucius said, "Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated." Last week a kick-ass young entrepreneur of my acquaintance called me to ask my advice about his integrated AI platform improve